Information available from Autumn 2017
2016 Attendee remarks from Faculty and Delegates:
“You can rely on the HEART UK meeting to provide you with the most recent and up-to-date information in the field of clinical Lipidology in the UK and an insight into what is on the horizon.”
“The conference allowed me to present a poster to an audience of experts in the field of lipidology… it was a fantastic learning opportunity.”
“All of it. It is the best source of reliable information on lipid medicine and provides excellent opportunities to network and understand what's happening all over the country.”
“A good opportunity to update knowledge in the field of Lipidology and learn about things that could be applicable at the Clinic and are not just at a research level.”
“Very informative, excellent networking opportunities, suitable for clinicians, nurses and AHP's.”
“Probably best UK event for CPD in lipidology and related fields.”
"Having only been in post as British Heart Foundation Clinical Nurse Specialist in Familial Hypercholesterolaemia (FH) a couple of months, the prospect of attending a conference whereby experts in the field of lipidology, cardiology and FH are abundant was both daunting and exciting. I hoped to put names to faces, to gain a better understanding of the ‘bigger picture’ and to meet people who could stimulate my mind and trigger ideas. I am glad to say all those targets were exceeded but, not only that, the main heartfelt theme that all delegates, speakers and patients together had the same passion for the prevention of Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) was very evident. From professors to patients’, the message was clear, learning from each other and challenging practice for a better life for all, a message which was quite refreshing."
"...the HEART UK Conference taught me that everyone in the field is approachable, we all have the same aim and I look forward to the next conference where I hope to gain a better understanding of the genetics and science behind FH."
For any questions relating to the Annual Conference, please contact the conference office below:
Wheldon Events & Conferences
93 Watling Street, Bridgtown,
Cannock, Staffordshire WS11 0BG
T: +44 (0) 1543 503 322
F: +44 (0) 1543 466 890
University - single en suite bedrooms for single occupancy with private bathroom - £75 per night bed and breakfast
Bluebell Halls of Residence is centrally located and within a few minutes’ walk of the facilities on central campus.
The rate includes Full English or Continental Breakfast.
Single ensuite bedrooms include a single 4ft bed.
Twin bedrooms consist of a single 4ft bed and one standard single bed. Please contact the organisers for more information if you are interested in a twin bedded room.
Each bedroom has a full length window to take full advantage of the picturesque surroundings.
All ensuite bedrooms consist of:
- Bed linen and towels
- Mini Toiletries
- Tea & Coffee making facilities
- Bedside lamp
- Clock radios are available on requested from Conference Reception
- Iron and ironing board is available in one of the open kitchens for shared use.
Note – there is no access to kitchen areas.
All bedrooms are key card access. Please read the instructions provided upon check-in carefully.
Checking in and checking out:
Check in from 15:00 hrs
Check out by 09:30 hrs.
Key cards can be taken to Conference Reception , Rootes restaurant or deposited in one of the boxes situated in the entrance of the halls of each residency.
Keys should be collected from the Conference Reception (not the Student Union reception) located within the Student Union building.
See the campus map.
Conference Reception Residential Services opening hours: 07:00 – 23:00 hrs
Late arrivals: If you plan to arrive after 22.45, please contact Conference Reception to arrange late key collection firstname.lastname@example.org or 02476 528910
Complimentary car parking is available on the campus but please remember to clearly display the car park permit attached on your windscreen.
Download your car park permit
Bluebell House bedrooms are for single occupancy ONLY. If you require a twin bedded room please contact the conference organisers.
BOOK by completing the ON LINE REGISTRATION FORM which will open in December
Hotels within close proximity of the Warwick Arts Centre, University of Warwick: (please book direct with your preferred hotel)
Village Hotel Coventry (formerly De Vere Village Coventry)
Dolomite Avenue , Coventry Business Park Coventry, CV4 9GZ
(8 minutes without traffic via Fletchamstead Hwy/A45)
Premier Inn Coventry South A45
Kenpas Highway, Coventry, CV3 6PB
(8 minutes without traffic via Kenilworth Rd/A429 and Gibbet Hill Rd)
Nailcote Hall Hotel and Golf Club
Nailcote Lane, Berkswell, Warwickshire, CV7 7DE
(9 minutes without traffic via Westwood Heath Road)
Holiday Inn Kenilworth - Warwick
Abbey End 212, Kenilworth, CV8 1ED
(10 minutes without traffic via A429)
For other hotel options near to the Warwick Arts Centre, University of Warwick in Coventry visit: