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Upcoming Events 2023


Association of inherited cardiac conditions (AICC)
Annual Conference
Cavendish Conference Centre, London
24th November 2023

Watch this space for our forthcoming Annual Conference Schedule

Postgraduate Course in Heart Failure London 2023 (PCHF)

This a course for cardiologists and residents with at least two years’ experience in cardiology coming from the UK, European countries and overseas. PCHF London started in January 2019 very successfully with its first module with a distinguished faculty from the United Kingdom and worldwide. The course consists of six modules over a two year’s period ending with a certification in heart failure management. Fiind further information at

Do not miss this great opportunity, the 3rd edition starts in June 2023! Register here.


Core Learning in Inherited Cardiac Conditions (CLICC) 2023

The aim of this programme is to provide core training in inherited cardiac conditions (ICC). Increasingly many ICC patients will be managed in secondary care settings. Through the CLICC programme, the aim is to develop our current ICC workforce and to inspire the next generation of ICC specialists.

Curriculum: Six sessions per year

  • Prior Modules covered during 2022:

    • Session 1: Introduction to ICC and genetics 

    • Session 2: Inherited cardiomyopathies 

    • Session 3: Inherited arrhythmia syndromes 

    • Session 4: Aortopathies and pregnancy

    • Session 5: Sports cardiology and genetics 

    • Session 6: Paediatrics, neuromuscular and mitochondrial disease

Talks available here

  • Modules in design for 2023 - check back here soon for further details!

Royal Society of Medicine
ICC Core Training Day 20th April 2023

Meeting organisers: Prof Sam Mohiddin/Dr Paz Tayal in conjunction with the AICC

Draft programme:

    • Introduction and Overview

    • ​Approach to a patient with ICC

    • Case 1: Sudden death in 1st degree family member

    • Genetic screening and testing: what a cardiologist needs to know 

    • Discussion: Genetics in the clinic

    • Case 2: Chest pain, elevated troponin – but it’s not ACS

    • ICC: Cardiomyopathies

    • HCM: Special scenarios

    • ‘Help, my HCM patient is …going to theatre/…is pregnant/…pilots a 747!

    • HCM and DCM risk stratification

    • Discussion: Cardiomyopathy management by non specialists 

    • Case 3: What to do about the funny looking ECG in a young fit person?

    • ICC: Channelopathies and sudden cardiac death

    • Case 4: Pregnant and breathless – is there more to it?   

    • ICCs and cardio-obstetrics

    • ICC: Vascular - Aortopathies

    • Drugs you may not have heard of… yet!

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