'Hot Topics in Atherosclerosis and Cardiovascular Disease'
SAVE THE DATE
Wednesday 4 - Friday 6 July 2018
Warwick Arts Centre
University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL
Making changes to the food you eat and being more active can help lower your cholesterol to normal levels.
In some cases, particularly if you are older or at greater risk, you may also need to take a cholesterol-lowering medicine like a statin. Statins are very effective, safe and well tolerated and have been shown to reduce heart attacks.
Scottish Heart & Arterial disease Risk Prevention (SHARP) Annual Scientific Meeting
Scottish Heart and Arterial disease Risk Prevention (SHARP) is a charity set up by clinicians in the 1980s to tackle the problem of premature death through arterial disease in Scotland.
Diabetes, Lipids and Reducing Vascular Risk
When: 23-24 November 2017
Where: Crieff Hydro Hotel, Strathean House, Fern Tower Road, Crieff, PH7 3LQ
PCSK9 inhibitors - which patients should get them and what doctors should prescribe them
Glycaemic control to reduce CV risk in diabetes
New SIGN Guidelines
Workshops including blood pressure targets, injectable devices and initiatives in the community
SHARP Prize Call for Abstracts: Closing date 29th September 2017:
More details including registration, full conference programme and "call for abstracts" details can be found on SHARP website: www.sharpscotland.org.uk