Start: Tue, 18 May 2021 @ 9am
End: Tue, 18 May 2021 @ 10am
Join C3 for a breakfast-time talk with guests Carys Barton and Dr. Susan Piper where we will be discussing heart failure and the return to work.
What is heart failure? What are its symptoms and how can it be managed? What are the psychological impacts? What special considerations do we need to take into account if we’re taking care of somebody with heart failure or recovering from it?
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Carys Barton is a heart failure nurse consultant at Imperial College Healthcare Trust in London. She serves as Chair of the British Society for Heart Failure Nurses Forum and as such is a co-opted British Society for Heart Failure board member. She’s also Vice-Chair of the Pan London Heart Failure steering committee.
She is committed to supporting the education and further development of heart failure specialist nurses and their services, through the Nurse Forum but also as an honorary lecturer of heart failure masters modules at Glasgow Caledonian University and Keele University. Her goal is to ensure equitable, consistent and excellent standards of care for people living with heart failure.
Dr Sue Piper is a Consultant Cardiologist at King’s College Hospital, with a specialist interest in heart failure. She undertook her Cardiology training in South London, completing an MD(Res) at King’s College London, studying the use of novel biomarkers for the monitoring of chronic heart failure. She is clinical lead for the integration of heart failure services across the institutes of King’s Health Partners and the local communities of Southwark and Lambeth.
Dr Piper is a Councillor of the British Society for Heart Failure and Chair of the Society’s Education Committee. She also Chairs the Pan-London Heart Failure Steering Group and is a member of the Patient Care Committee of the Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology.