Roundtable Discussion: Cath Lab Team Speaks Out - BCIS (ACI 2017)

Published: 18 January 2017

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During the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS) Advanced Cardiovascular Intervention (ACI 2017) meeting in London (18-20th January 2017), Radcliffe Cardiology filmed a roundtable discussion with a group of allied health professionals discussing some challenges of a modern cath lab.

 

This discussion was moderated by Dr Robert Gerber (Hastings, UK) who was joined by a group of allied healthcare professionals including radiologists, physiologists and nurses. The discussant panel includes Rachel Hubble (Hastings, UK), Nishat Jahagirdar (London, UK), Rebecca Joyce (Worthing, UK), Karen Ross (Hastings, UK) and Bryan Walker (Manchester, UK).

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Panellists

  • Robert Gerber (Moderator), Conquest Hospital, Hastings, UK.
  • Rachel Hubble, Conquest Hospital, Hastings, UK
  • Nishat Jahagirdar, King’s College Hospital, London, UK
  • Rebecca Joyce, Worthing Hospital, Worthing, UK
  • Karen Ross, Conquest Hospital, Hastings, UK
  • Bryan Walker, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester, UK

Target Audience

  • This educational activity is intended for an international audience, specifically cath lab staff such as nurses, physiologists and radiologists but will be of interest to other healthcare professionals involved in interventional cardiology

Series overview

Part 1

Session 1: The Cath Lab Team Speaks Out

This discussion of cath lab nurses and physiologists seeks to highlight issues around the working environment of the cath lab and looks to identify the key challenges interventionalists face, as a result, they discuss a variety of issues around this working environment including the importance of working as a team, education and accreditation, time-pressures and being fit and ready fitness for work.

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