Cardiovascular, metabolic and kidney disease: crosscutting science and best practice

When and where

1 July 2019
Royal College of Physicians of London
11 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4LE

Cardiovascular, metabolic and kidney disease: crosscutting science and best practice

Multi-morbidity and clustering of common diseases are major problems for health service providers. This 1-day conference aims to stimulate discussion and ideas and help set the foundation for establishing strategic partnerships to ultimately improve the health of patients with multi-morbidity. 

What you will learn

  • The epidemiology of multi-morbidity in vascular disease specialties and the related health needs of the UK population.
  • Current data and biosample resources that can underpin our understanding and future integrated research in these specialties.
  • How scientific developments in digital health, biomarkers and omics, imaging and tele-medicine can drive our future approach to research and delivering personalised medicine to this population.
  • The latest insights from industry regarding development of treatments for multi-system cardiovascular pathological processes such as inflammation and fibrosis.

Who should attend?

  • Physicians, Allied Healthcare Professionals and scientists in nephrology, cardiology, diabetes, elderly care, mental health, metabolic, endocrine and stroke medicine
  • Health economists
  • Specialists in 'omics' research
  • Pharmaceutical, diagnostic and imaging companies
  • Patients - acting in an advisory capacity

If you are in LTFT we offer discounts on a case by case basis, please contact conferences@rcplondon.ac.uk for further information.

Sponsorship & Exhibition

For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please email darryl.deprez@rcplondon.co.uk.

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