BSEcho 2020 blog

  

#BSEcho2020 in review | No heartbreak at high altitude

Posted on 11/23/2020
Is sympathetic nerve activity the key to understanding how the heart adapts to high altitude?

  

#BSEcho2020 in review | How to shape a research question

Posted on 11/18/2020
Prof Stout shares the clinical, academic and practical considerations of shaping a research question

  

Speed patient care with access to point-of-care ultrasound data

Posted on 10/7/2020
Maureen Gardner shares how Change Healthcare can support your practice

  

#MyBSEcho2020 | Perfect learning environment

Posted on 9/28/2020
Virtual conference gives everyone the chance to learn, said Dr Andy Potter, BSEcho GP representative

  

#MyBSEcho2020 | Echo community’s highlight of the year

Posted on 9/25/2020
Samantha Hill, Cardiac Physiologist, asks what’s not to love about the virtual #BSEcho2020

  

#IOTY2020 shortlist revealed

Posted on 9/21/2020
Register for BSEcho 2020 to view their presentations and find out the winner

  

#MyBSEcho2020 | Silver linings to COVID clouds

Posted on 9/21/2020
Cardiology is opening to physiologists and clinical scientists, said cardiac physiologist Lucy Ford

  

Let's get moving: #BSEMiles campaign launched

Posted on 9/20/2020
Raise money for the British Heart Foundation and join your echo community

  

#MyBSEcho2020 | No programme clashes this year

Posted on 9/18/2020
Julie Sandoval, echo service manager in Leeds, won’t miss a thing at #BSEcho2020

  

Get a patient's-eye view at Alnylam's virtual stand

Posted on 9/16/2020
Follow David's Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis diagnosis journey and learn about red flags with Alnylam