Saturday 19 November
Broadgate Business Centre, London
Together again, a brighter future
We're delighted that the Cardiomyopathy UK National Conference will be returning in person this autumn.
Our conference is an opportunity for people with cardiomyopathy and their loved ones to learn more about the condition, hear from experts and meet others affected by the condition. Healthcare professionals are also welcome at our conference and can hear the latest in cardiomyopathy care and insights from patient's own experiences.
The Cardiomyopathy UK conference is about empowering you to feel confident managing your condition and supporting you with the challenges of a cardiomyopathy diagnosis. At our conference, you'll receive expert information amongst a community who understand what you're going through.
Topics will include:
- mental wellbeing
- women's health
- new drug treatments
- the role of diet and physical activity
- ...and many more!
While we are excited to be together again, we also recognise that some members of our community may still be unable to make it in person. We will be recording the conference sessions and making them available in the weeks following the event. Please note that copyright restrictions on images or data shown may limit our capacity to publish complete presentations.
Visit our Eventbrite page and click on ‘Tickets’. You will be offered four ticket options, each has a description of what is included. Select the number of tickets you would like from the drop-down menu. You’ll be asked to enter your payment details and complete a registration form. You will receive your tickets by email and we will be notified of your order. Make sure to double-check your email to confirm receipt of your tickets.
This year our event will take place in a dedicated conference venue in central London - 155 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3YD. This event represents our return to in-person conferences. We know from feedback from our attendees at our conference events that informal opportunities to mingle and engage in conversation with clinicians and others affected by cardiomyopathy is invaluable. While we are really excited to be together again, we also recognise that some members of our community may still be unable to make it in person. We will be recording the conference sessions and making them available on-line so that nobody misses out. Copyright restrictions on images or data shown during presentation may limit our capacity to publish complete presentations.
We are planning on recording presentations from all speakers at the conference for those that are unable to attend in person. These will be made available on our YouTube channel in the weeks following the event. Copyright restrictions on images or data shown during presentation may limit our capacity to publish complete presentations.
Children are welcome at the conference, tickets can be booked alongside guardians. Our speakers will be delivering presentations that are intended for an adult audience. We have dedicated resources for children and young people on our website.
Your ticket includes breakfast, lunch and refreshments throughout the day. You will have access to your choice of presentations throughout the day.
Cardiomyopathy UK has a long-established relationship with leading clinicians knowledgeable in all aspects of cardiomyopathy. We work with clinicians that are highly experienced and have demonstrated their ability to share their knowledge with a non-clinical audience. Our goals at the conference are to increase your knowledge and confidence about cardiomyopathy and how you can live well with the condition. This year our emphasis is on bringing people affected by cardiomyopathy together to share their experiences and feel part of a community again. Our programme this year looks at gender and inequalities, diet and exercise and new drugs in development. You can find out more about participating in research trials and your welfare rights. We feel really excited about the conference this year and can’t wait to meet you in person.
While we are excited to be together again, we recognize that an in-person event may pose health risks for those who are vulnerable in our community. We will be monitoring the situation concerning COVID-19 closely in the lead up to the conference and will implement appropriate safety measures in accordance with the risk level at that time. We will communicate any requirements or changes to ticket-holders in advance of the event. We will also be recording the conference sessions and making them available in the weeks after the conference for those who are unable to attend. Copyright restrictions on images or data shown during presentation may limit our capacity to publish complete presentations.