Breathlessness: How to investigate possible heart failure

Wednesday 7 June 2017

What will this session cover?

In this interactive session, our expert speaker, Dr Angus Nightingale, will give practical advice on how to manage patients presenting with breathlessness and how to investigate possible heart failure. The webinar will include interactive case studies, Q&A and links to useful resources.

Extra features

  • The webinar will also include a dedicated Q&A session and links to helpful resources
  • The webinar fee includes 30 day on-demand access to the video recording and presentation slides
  • Booking this webinar will give you a 10% discount for BMJ Learning

Individual fee £35 or purchase all 3 webinars in the series for £100

Other series topics include:

Part 2) Chest pain: How to tell if chest pain is serious? Wednesday 14 June 2017

Part 3) Palpitations: Who to reassure, investigate or refer? Wednesday 21 June 2017


Course Details

Date: Wednesday 7 June 2017

Start Time: 8pm

End Time: 9pm

Audience: GPs (all grades)

Location: Webinar

Course Benefits:

CPD Certificate of participation

30 day access to webinar recording

Includes speaker presentation slides

Flexible distance learning

Watch in your own time

Dr Angus Nightingale

Dr Angus Nightingale :

Consultant Cardiologist, Bristol Heart Institute, Bristol

Angus Nightingale trained in Cambridge and London, going on to do heart failure research in Cardiff, Oxford and Adelaide, Australia. He is now a Consultant Cardiologist at Bristol Heart Institute and was Associate Foundation Programme dDrector at Bristol Royal Infirmary. His areas of clinical cardiology interest are non-invasive imaging, valvular heart disease and heart failure and his research areas are in resistant hypertension and heart failure. Dr Nightingale is committed to postgraduate medical education and believes improving links between primary and secondary care is crucial. He is most proud of innovative illustrations (such as washing up gloves) for understanding the pathophysiology of heart failure!