Cardiovascular disease (CVD) causes a quarter of all deaths in the UK and is the largest cause of premature mortality in deprived areas. The NHS long term plan identifies this as the biggest area where the NHS can save lives over the next 10 years.

 The HSJ Cardio Forum brings key stakeholders in the cardiac arena to network, share best practice and discuss their challenges under the Chatham House rule. By attending the forum, you will:

  • Analyse national policy – you will hear the latest updates from national leaders, and, crucially, understand what it means for you in your role
  • Learn from key stakeholders – discover how to collaborate together to manage demand, tackle backlogs, and cut wait times to improve patient experience
  • Deliver real outcomes – you will leave with the learning and contacts to develop your service for the future, in line with national aims
  • Understand how to activate others – you will discuss who else can support in prevention, care and treatment of CVD and how to involve them most effectively
  • Network with and learn from national leaders, senior managers and clinicians – you will be able to share challenges and ideas in small group settings that encourage full engagement and participation

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