2018 – Barts Health NHS Trust – Aortic Dissection Awareness Day UK
Theme: Caring for the Whole Aorta
On 19th September 2018, the third AD Awareness Day UK was held in the Great Hall at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, near St. Paul’s in the City of London, where 160 people attended to network and learn from the expert faculty. Many of the speakers were members of the Barts Aortic Multi-disciplinary Team which two years previously had saved the life of our Chair, Mr. Gareth Owens, after he dissected while on business in the City.
Hosts: Mr Harpaul Flora, Mr Sandip Sarkar & Professor Aung Oo
Sponsors: Terumo Aortic & LeMaitre Vascular
Aortic Dissection Awareness Day UK 2018 – Showreel
4 minute summary film on the day’s proceedings
Genetic Factors in Aortic Dissection: Treating the whole family
Dr. Bejal Pandya
Managing Risk Factors for Aortic Dissection: Difficult Blood Pressure
Dr. Mel Lobo
The Surveillance of Aortic Dissection patients
Dr. Kate von Klemperer
My Aortic Dissection Journey
Diagnosing Aortic Dissection in the Emergency Setting
Dr. Emma Redfern and Prof. Mark Callaway
SCTS Glasgow 2018
On the day that AD Awareness UK & Ireland was formally constituted as the national patient association, 18th March 2018, Mr. Gareth Owens, our Chair opened the Plenary Session of the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in GB & Ireland Annual Meeting with a talk on the subject of teamwork in Aortic surgery. He emphasised the need for Multi-Disciplinary teamwork in order to deliver the best outcomes for patients and set out a vision that the UK should have a network of specialist Aortic surgery centres, with no patient living more than 2 hours travel from one.
Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Plenary Session, Glasgow 2018
Addresses by Gareth Owens – A Patient Perspective on Aortic MDTs;
Dave Thornton – Enabling Teams to Work Effectively;
Graham Cooper, address as outgoing President of the SCTS
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