AER: LIVE 2019

Published: 03 December 2019

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Overview

Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.

Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education. The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com

AER: Live 2019 is supported by Medtronic & Pfizer.
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Educational objectives

  • Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management
  • Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes
  • Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways

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Faculty Biographies

Sanjay Prasad

Sanjay Prasad

Consultant in cardiology and cardiovascular magnetic resonance Professor of cardiomyopathy

Dr. Sanjay Prasad ran the Virgin London Marathon in 2016 to raise money for the Alexander Jansons Foundation, an organisation which was set up to fund research conducted by the Royal Brompton Hospital into causes, prevention and cures for Myocarditis.¹ He is also a musician and used to play in a jazz band.

Academic History

Dr. Prasad studied for his medical degree at the University of Wales in Cardiff,  graduating in 1990 with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery. Following this, he studied at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts from 1991 to 1993 and then at Hospital Cantonal in Geneva, Switzerland the following year.
 

Career Overview

Dr. Prasad’s primary field of interest is myocarditis and cardiomyopathy, and the use of MRI in early detection and diagnosis.² He is on the editorial board for the Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance…

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