Complete Revascularisation 2022: On-Demand
Published: 03 May 2022
Welcome and Course Objectives: Adrian Banning
- Welcome and Course Objectives: Adrian Banning
- Using Physiology to Optimise Your Procedure: Sukh Nijjer
- Why I Adopted Intracoronary Imaging: Richard Bogle
- Learnings From Syntax 2 and FAME3: Adrian Banning
- Live Cases: Mater Private Hospital - Colm Hanratty, Mark Kennedy. Aarhus University Hospital - Evald Christiansen, Lars Jakobsen, Niels Holm
Millbrook Medical Conferences, in association with Abbott and Radcliffe Cardiology, proudly introduce the 6th annual CORE meeting, brought to you live and in person from the Royal College of Physicians, London.
CORE 2022 assembles world renowned experts to discuss and demonstrate how we can optimise PCI outcomes, together as a community. Innovative lectures and live cases address the appropriate treatment pathway for patients in 2022. We explore how to further improve patient outcomes by looking at the latest clinical evidence, cutting-edge techniques and beyond the intervention.
More from this programme
CORE 2022 - Day 1: Morning - Imaging and Physiology
CORE 2022 - Day 1: Afternoon - Pre-procedural Planning
CORE 2022 - Day 2: Morning - Challenges in Complex PCI
CORE 2022 - Day 2: Afternoon - Beyond Intervention
Adrian P Banning
Dr Adrian Banning is a consultant cardiologist specialising in percutaneous coronary intervention.
He is the president of the British Cardiac Intervention Society and was previously the Divisional Director for Cardiology, Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery at the John Radcliffe University Hospital, Oxford. Through his position at the John Radcliffe, and his own practice at Oxford’s The Manor Hospital, Prof Banning provides specialist regional services for coronary and valvular heart disease patients to an area of 1.2 million people.
Prof Banning is pioneering research in his field and lectures nationally and internationally. He has authored several books on coronary intervention and has more than 300 PubMed listed scientific papers to his name.
Dr Jonathan Hill qualified from Edinburgh University Medical School in 1992 following pre-clinical training at Cambridge University. He trained in cardiology at The London Chest and St Bartholomew's Hospitals.
In 1999 he was awarded the first National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Bench to Bedside award and trained in basic science and interventional research within the Cardiovascular Branch of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. He completed his interventional cardiology training at the London Chest Hospital.
In 2005 he was appointed as Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant Cardiologist at King's College London.
Kalpa De Silva
Bristol Heart Institute, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust and University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
Dr Kalpa De Silva has been a consultant interventional cardiologist at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust since 2020. Previously he was a consultant interventional cardiologist at the Bristol Heart Institute, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust. He specialises in the management of coronary artery disease, looking after patients with chest pain, angina and those who have suffered heart attacks.
Interventional Cardiology Fellow
Dr Angela McInerney is an Interventional Cardiology Fellow in Hospital Clínico San Carlos.1
Dr McInerney began her medical training at the National University of Ireland, Galway and graduated in 2011. She then completed her internal medicine training between Galway University Hospital, Merlin Park Hospital followed by six months in internal medicine in the Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota. Her general cardiology training was in Ireland working in Beaumont Hospital, St Vincents University Hospital and Cork University Hospital.1
In 2018, Dr McInerney was awarded the Brian McGovern Travelling Fellowship grant from the Irish Board for Cardiology Training which allowed her to start her interventional fellowship in Hospital Clínico San Carlos. There, she…
President Elect of the Association for Cardiovascular Interventions, Polish Cardiac Society
Jagiellonianan University, University Hospital Krakow, Krakow (Poland)