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AICC Annual Conference 2024

St Catharine's College Cambridge 11th-12th November


The AICC Annual Conference 2024
St Catharine's College Cambridge 11th-12th November 2024
Tickets and registration will be open in July

The world of Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions is changing rapidly. Over two days a faculty of experts will lead delegates through a series of lectures, case-based discussions and interactive Q&A sessions. 

We are delighted to announce this year's conference will be taking place at St Catharine's College, Cambridge over two dates, Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th November 2024, with a dinner networking event on the Monday evening. 

As many UK medical trainees and allied health professionals find it difficult to access training in ICC and may feel ill-equipped at times to deal with these patients, the 2024 AICC National Conference will focus on key practical areas in ICCs and genomics with practical tips on delivering optimal care and provide an update on latest guidelines and emerging evidence relevant to practicing clinicians and allied professionals to meet cardiology, clinical genetics and general medicine curriculum. Both days will also address the competency framework for nurses and genetic counsellors. This is an in-person event and is designed to be interactive and to enable networking. 

For those who are unable to attend in person there is also the opportunity to purchase live streaming / virtual tickets. ​​​

Tickets and registration will open in July.

McGrath Centre Auditorium theatre 106 (2).JPG

Preliminary Schedule 2024

*Subject to change

Day 1  

  • Polygenic risk scores: applications for clinical practice

  • Personalised family screening in inherited cardiac conditions

  • Clinical screening and genetic testing in children

  • Updates from the NHSE ICC service specification

  • The ICC nurse network

  • Neuromuscular disorders: what the cardiologist needs to know

  • Arrhythmic risk in inherited neuromuscular disorders

  • Cardiac sarcoid: the ESC position statement 2024

  • Novel therapies for amyloidosis

  • Spontaneous coronary artery dissection

  • Aortopathy: the surgeon’s perspective

  • iPSC modelling of genetic vascular disease

  • Assessment of connective tissue disorders

Day 2 

  • Unexplained cardiac arrest: an imaging focus

  • Updates on Idiopathic VF

  • Management of VT storm in ICC patients

  • ICD choices in young ICC patients

  • The generation study

  • Fetal bradycardia: clinical implications and relevance to inherited arrhythmia syndromes

  • Brugada syndrome in children

  • Paediatric transition services

  • Setting up a Mavacamten service

  • Targeting early cardiomyopathy

  • Gender differences in cardiomyopathy

  • Inflammatory presentations in cardiomyopathy

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