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BRITISH SOCIETY FOR HEART FAILURE

British Society for Heart Failure

19 th Annual Autumn Meeting

Heart failure: the multisystem problem

Fleming Room, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London

24–25 November 2016

Website: www.bsh.org.uk

Twitter: @BSHeartFailure

BCS

Approved

Young Investigators' Award abstract

submission deadline: 19 September

Early Bird rate registration deadline: 21 October

Register by 21 October if applying for travel grant


19 th British Society for Heart Failure Annual Autumn Meeting

24–25 November 2016, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London

Heart failure: the multisystem problem

Programme directors: Lisa Anderson (London) / John Baxter (Sunderland) /

Parminder Chaggar (Manchester) / Paul Kalra (Portsmouth)

08:45–09:20 Registration

09:20–09:25 Introduction Iain Squire (Leicester)

09:25–10:15 Session 1: Trials update

Chairs: Andrew Clark (Hull) / Ceri Davies (London)

09:25–09:55 Trials update 2016 John McMurray (Glasgow)

09:55–10:15 What’s new in the National Heart Theresa McDonagh (London)

Failure Audit?

10:15–10:45 Session 2: Politics

Chairs: Annie MacCallum (Gloucestershire) / Simon Williams (Manchester)

10:15–10:45 Pushing heart failure up the political agenda Stuart Andrew MP (Pudsey) /

Andrew Clark (Hull) / Angela Graves (Preston)

10:45–11:15 Coffee

11:15–12:15 Session 3: Systems of heart failure delivery

Chairs: Chris Arden (Southampton) / Suzanna Hardman (London)

11:15–11:35 Achieving the best practice tariff and NICE Iain Squire (Leicester)

quality standards

11:35–11:55 How can we help patients to self-manage? Jayne Masters (Southampton)

11.55–12.15 Remote monitoring; a new role for the Jenny Welstand (Wrexham)

Welsh post-office

12:15–13:45 Lunch and Meet the Expert sessions

13:45–15:10 Session 4: Difficult devices

Chairs: Parminder Chaggar (Manchester) / Peter Cowburn (Southampton)

13:45–14:05 Clinical dilemmas in selection for complex devices Roy Gardner (Glasgow)

14:05–14:25 Device considerations in young patients with Archie Rao (Liverpool)

heart failure

14:25–14:45 Bridging the gap between heart failure and Paula Black (Blackpool)

device clinics

14:45–15:10 Human interactions and systems safety – Martin Bromiley (Buckingham)

can the cath lab learn from

outside healthcare?

15:10–15:40 Tea

Day one: Thursday 24 November


15:40–16:26 Session 5: Research

Chairs: Lisa Anderson (London) / John Baxter (Sunderland)

15:40–15:50 BSH Research Fellow update Simon Beggs (Glasgow)

15:50–16:05 Funding for nurses in heart failure research Sophie Welch (London)

16:05–16:26 Rapid fire abstracts: Young Investigators’ Award

Judging Lisa Anderson (London) / John Baxter (Sunderland) /

panel: Suzanna Hardman (London) / Sophie Welch (London) /

Simon Williams (Manchester)

16:05–16:12 Prevalence of palliative care needs in patients Ross Campbell (Glasgow)

admitted to hospital with heart failure

16:12–16:19 Prediction of sudden death risk in patients with Brian Halliday (London)

dilated cardiomyopathy and mild or moderate

reductions in left ventricular ejection fraction

16:19–16:26 Prognostic value of simple frailty and malnutrition Shirley Sze (Hull)

screening tools in patients with acute heart failure

16:26–17:10 Session 6: Heart failure question time

Chair: Andrew Clark (Hull)

Panel: John Cleland (Glasgow) / Martin Cowie (London) /

Jayne Masters (Southampton) / Jim Moore (Cheltenham)

17:10–18:45 Cheese and wine reception

17:30–18:30 Satellite Symposium

Sponsored and organised by Novartis Pharmaceuticals

Heart failure election night special: mapping the uptake of a NICE/SMC

approved medicine across the UK

Day two: Friday 25 November

08:30–08:55 BSH Annual General Meeting (BSH members only)

Chairs: Roy Gardner (Glasgow) / Iain Squire (Leicester)

09:00–09:20 Session 7: Service development

Chair: Roy Gardner (Glasgow)

Practical tips for introducing

sacubitril-valsartan into your care pathways

Simon Williams (Manchester)

09:20–10:20 Session 8: Kidneys and the heart

Chairs: Paul Kalra (Portsmouth) / Jayan Parameshwar (Papworth)

09:20–09:40 AKI in the UK – an update Charles Tomson (Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

from ‘think kidneys’

09:40–10:00 Managing heart failure in AKI and CKD Martin Cowie (London)

10:00–10:20 Iron deficiency and cardio-renal disease – Sunil Bhandari (Hull)

beyond haemoglobin

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10:20–10:25 Presentation of the Young Investigators’ Award Iain Squire (Leicester)

10:25–10:55 Coffee

10:55–11:55 Session 9: Muscles and the myocardium

Chairs: Jeremy Murphy (Darlington) / Jackie Taylor (Glasgow)

10:55–11:15 Falls in heart failure Andrew Davies (Sunderland)

11:15–11:35 Frailty and heart failure Callum Chapman (Twickenham)

11:35–11:55 New developments in rehabilitation for heart failure Aynsley Cowie (Ayr)

11:55–12:25 Session 10: Keynote lecture

Counting the cost of co-morbidities in

heart failure

Michael Böhm (Germany)

12:25–13:55 Lunch and Meet the Expert sessions

13:55–14:35 Session 11: Hormones and the heart

Chairs: Lisa Anderson (London) / Iain Squire (Leicester)

13:55–14:15 Overlaps in heart failure and endocrine syndromes William Drake (London)

14:15–14:35 Takotsubo syndrome Alexander Lyon (London)

14:35–15:15 Session 12: Microbes and the myocardium

Chairs: Roy Gardner (Glasgow) / Angus Nightingale (Bristol)

14:35–14:55 Managing severe infections in heart failure Susanna Price (London)

14:55–15:15 Myocarditis Stephen Pettit (Cambridge)

15:15–15:45 Tea

15:45–16:45 Session 13: Clinical cases

Chairs: John Baxter (Sunderland) / Dawn Lambert (Portsmouth)

15:45–16:05 Integrated palliative care in heart failure Miriam Johnson (Hull)

16:05–16:25 Valve disease in heart failure Andrew Flett (Southampton)

16:25–16:45 LVAD/TX Parminder Chaggar (Manchester)

16:45 Meeting close Paul Kalra (Portsmouth)

For scientific and/or technical reasons the BSH programme directors reserve the

right to make any change to the programme.


19 th BSH Annual Autumn Meeting 2016 – Registration Form

An electronic version of this form, to be returned by e-mail, is available at www.bsh.org.uk (under Latest news).

Alternatively, please complete the form below (in BLOCK CAPITALS), detach and return this card to the BSH

Secretariat (address on back). For more information, consult the information page of this leaflet.

Registration

BSH member registering for the Early Bird rate (for registrations prior to 21 October 2016)

❏ Trainees/Nurses £175 ❏ Consultants £225

BSH member registering after 21 October 2016

❏ Trainees/Nurses £200 ❏ Consultants £250

Non-BSH member

❏ Trainees/Nurses £275 ❏ Consultants £325

❏ Employee of pharmaceutical/medical device industry or agency £400

Abstract submission

❏ I will submit an abstract (please e-mail separately to stephanie@bsh.org.uk)

BSH membership

I would like to become a member of the BSH (please consult the BSH website,

www.bsh.org.uk, for details and a membership form):

❏ I would like to pay by cheque or BACS – my annual membership fee of £35 ❏ or £45 ❏ is

included in the total cost below

❏ I would like to pay by standing order (in order to receive the discount of £5). I enclose a

membership form and standing order for my annual membership fee of £30 ❏ or £40 ❏

Travel grant

❏ I would like to apply for a travel grant and I fulfil the criteria listed on the information page

Total payment

❏ I enclose a cheque (made payable to the British Society for Heart Failure)

for a total of:

£……………....

❏ I will pay by BACS (please include your surname and initial(s) as the

reference) for a total of:

£……………....

(Please see BSH bank details on the information page)

❏ Please issue an invoice to my Trust/organisation for a total of:

£……………....

(Please provide copy of Purchase Order [without this we regret that we are unable to issue an invoice and confirm registration])

Name (incl. title): .......................................................... Position: ..............................................

Department: ................................................................................................................................

Hospital/University/workplace:...................................................................................................

(to be included on name badge)

Address (home/work*):................................................................................................................

....................................................................................................................................................

*Please delete as applicable

Telephone:................................................. E-mail: ..................................................................

Please indicate your occupation:

❏ Acute/emergency physician ❏ Cardiac rehabilitation ❏ Cardiologist ❏ Cardiology trainee

❏ Clinical Researcher ❏ General Practitioner ❏ Geriatrician ❏ Nurse (please specify) ❏ Community

❏ Primary Care ❏ Secondary Care ❏ Pharmacist ❏ Physiotherapist ❏ Scientist ❏ Surgeon

❏ Student ❏ Other (please specify) .........................................................................................................................

Certificate type required (tick one box only): ❏ CPD (Doctors) ❏ RCN (Nurses)

❏ Certificate of attendance

We will produce a delegate list to be distributed exclusively to all those attending this meeting. It will include name and postal town only. Tick this box if you

do not wish to be included in this list ❏

Personal data (as defined by the Data Protection Act 1998) supplied by you is required for the preparation of meeting materials, to inform you of other

meetings/initiatives that may be of interest to you (BSH-/BCS-related only) and for record-keeping purposes. By completing and returning this form, you

agree that your data may be used and held on a ‘need to know’ basis for these purposes by the British Society for Heart Failure. We will never share your

data with a third party. If you do not wish to receive information on future BSH meetings/initiatives, please tick this box ❏


British Society for Heart Failure

‘Nought’ The Farthings

Marcham

Oxfordshire

OX13 6QD

United Kingdom

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19 th BSH Annual Autumn Meeting 2016 – Information

Dates/venue

The meeting will take place on 24–25 November 2016

in the Fleming Room, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Broad

Sanctuary, Westminster, London, SW1P 3EE ( http://

www.qeiicentre.london/).

Registrations

BSH members are entitled to a subsidised registration fee.

Members registering before 21 October 2016 are entitled

to a further reduction in fee (the Early Bird rate). The

registration fee for all options includes scientific meeting

attendance and catering as indicated on the programme

on both days including the cheese and wine reception on

24 November. Travel and accommodation are not included.

Payment

Fees may be paid either by cheque (made payable to

the British Society for Heart Failure), BACS (internet

or telephone banking) or via a request for an invoice

to a Trust or company (invoice requests must be

accompanied by a copy of the associated Purchase

Order from your organisation). Please make BACS

payment to the following account: Sort code: 20-07-

82; Account No: 00452912, ensuring you include your

name and initial(s) as the reference for the payment.

Please also e-mail sam@bsh.org.uk to confirm that

payment has been made.

Confirmation

We will send confirmation of your registration by e-mail

when we receive your completed form. If you have not

received this within two weeks, please let us know so

that we can check whether your registration form has

been received.

Travel grants

A limited number of travel grants of up to £100 standard

fare are available on a first-come, first-served basis to

non-consultant healthcare professionals registering

before 21 October 2016 who fulfil all the following criteria:

– Where financial considerations would otherwise

prevent them attending the meeting

– Live in the UK outside the M25

– Do not have access to a travel budget and are unable

to reclaim travel funds from other sources

– Will be able to provide a receipt for the travel costs for

reimbursement by BSH after the meeting

– BSH member registering for the meeting before

21 October 2016.

Funding

If you are a healthcare professional supporting patients

affected by or at risk of cardiovascular disease why not

join the British Heart Foundation Alliance. Members

of the Alliance can access learning and development

opportunities including funding to attend training courses

and conferences relevant to cardiovascular care.

If you are a member of the British Association for

Nursing in Cardiovascular (BANCC) you may be able to

secure funding (maximum £250) from their professional

development fund.

BSH Annual General Meeting (AGM)

This meeting will take place on Friday 25 November

at 08:30–08:55 at the meeting venue. Please note, the

AGM is open to BSH members only.

Accreditation

This programme has been accredited by the Royal

College of Nursing (RCN) Centre for Professional

Accreditation. Accreditation applies only to the

educational content of the programme and does not

apply to any product. The meeting has been awarded

14 study hours and the reference is 6216.

This meeting has been approved by the Federation of

the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom

for 10 category 1 (external) CPD credits and the code is

106046.

Cancellation

Cancellation of your registration is without charge before

31 October 2016. Cancellations thereafter will not be

refunded; however, a change of name is permitted

without charge until 18 November 2016.

BSH membership

If you wish to join the BSH, you can apply for

membership at the same time as registering, thus

benefiting from the reduced membership registration

fee. The membership fee is £35 for nurses and research

fellows, and £45 for all other healthcare professionals.

If you pay by standing order there is a £5 discount.

Please consult the BSH website (www.bsh.org.uk)

for details, complete the membership application

form and send it with this registration form to the

BSH Secretariat.

Young Investigators’ Award – abstract submission

This opportunity is open to BSH members (physicians in

registrar/training posts, nurses and other professionals

allied to medicine) and three abstracts will be chosen

for oral presentation in Session 5. Please indicate on

your meeting registration form if you wish to submit an

abstract/s and see the BSH website (www.bsh.org.uk) or

e-mail stephanie@bsh.org.uk for submission guidelines.

The deadline for submission is 19 September 2016.

NEW! Heart failure question time

We offer an opportunity for all delegates to pose a

question to a Heart Failure Question Time panel

comprising multi-disciplinary experts in the field.

A question card will be provided in all delegate wallets

and should be placed in the box on the BSH Exhibition

Stand before 13:00 on Thursday 24 November.

A limited number of questions will be selected by

Professor Andrew Clark for discussion during

Session 6 of the programme.

Exhibitors and Friends of BSH

If you would like to exhibit at this meeting or become a

Friend of the BSH, please contact the BSH Secretariat

(e-mail: stephanie@bsh.org.uk) for more information.

Hotel accommodation

The Corporate Team, in conjunction with the BSH,

has arranged special hotel rates for delegates. Please

visit http://www.corporateteam.com/Events/2147bsh

for an online hotel booking form. If you contact them

by telephone or e-mail, please quote ID number

2147bsh (telephone: 0207 592 3050, e-mail: hotels@

corporateteam.com).

Liability

Neither the BSH nor the venue can accept responsibility

for personal injury or loss/damage to private property of

participants and exhibitors at this meeting. Participants

and exhibitors are advised to make their own

arrangements if they consider it necessary.


Bayer

Biotronik

Boston Scientific

Gold Exhibitors:

Medtronic

Novartis Pharmaceuticals

Alliance for Heart Failure

Cardiomyopathy UK

Kent Surrey Sussex Academic

Health Science Network

(KSS AHSN)

Silver Exhibitor:

Servier Laboratories

Bronze Exhibitors:

The BSH also gratefully acknowledges the support

provided by the Friends of BSH:

Bayer

Biotronik

Boston Scientific

CORE Heart Failure

Education

(PCM Scientific)

Merck Sharp & Dohme

Other Contributors:

Medtronic

Novartis

Pharmaceuticals

Roche Diagnostics

Pharma Nord

St. Jude Medical

Vifor Pharma

National Institute for

Cardiovascular Outcomes

Research (NICOR)

Pumping Marvellous Foundation

Servier Laboratories

St. Jude Medical

Vifor Pharma

For further information about this meeting or the BSH, please contact:

British Society for Heart Failure

‘Nought’ The Farthings

Marcham

Oxfordshire

OX13 6QD

United Kingdom

Telephone: 01865 391836 E-mail: info@bsh.org.uk

Website: www.bsh.org.uk Twitter: @BSHeartFailure

Registered office: as above Company number: 3767312 Registered charity number: 1075720

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