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Access recorded talks from the AICC Conferences and webinars via the AICC uTube Channel:


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Postgraduate Course in Heart Failure London (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 to register for future courses! Register here.

Core Learning in Inherited Cardiac Conditions (CLICC):

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

  • Modules covered in 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

  • Further modules covered in 2023


Talks available here

AICC Conference 2021:

'Updates and Innovations in ICCs' annual hybrid meeting streamed live from London 10th December 2021  #AICC2021. See the AICC Twitter channel for the talks and programme here.

Talks available here

Education Events

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Association of inherited cardiac conditions (AICC) Conference 2022

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

Day 1, the annual meeting focused on how the rapid growth in genomics and understanding of disease pathophysiology has led to more precise clinical care. The meeting provided an update on latest guidelines and emerging evidence relevant to practicing clinicians.

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. To meet this training need, the AICC and Network for Inherited Cardiac Conditions Scotland (NICCS) joined forces to build a training day (Day 2) that met cardiology, clinical genetics and GIM curriculum needs and addressed the competency framework for nurses and genetic counsellors. This was an in-person event and was designed to be interactive and to enable networking

Annual Conference Schedule

Day 1  (12th December) AICC Annual meeting & AGM Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow 

  • Precision medicine in the real world

  • New genes in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

  • Emerging evidence on screening

  • Sex differences in arrhythmia risk

  • Keynotes and panel discussion

Day 2 - (13th December) National Training Day - Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel

  • Who needs genetic testing for ICCs?

  • Spotting the rare diagnosis

  • Planning pregnancy

  • Supporting families through bereavement

  • Interactive and workshop learning

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