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Heart Failure in End of Life Care

Heart Failure in End of Life Care

Heart Failure in End of Life Care

Amy Gadoud, Karen Hogg, Shona Jenkins and Yvonne Millerick
Amy Gadoud, Karen Hogg, Shona Jenkins and Yvonne Millerick
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 20 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 04 Mar 2019

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Description

This session has been written by a multidisciplinary group of cardiology and palliative care specialists to help palliative care clinicians become more confident with managing patients with heart failure and knowing when to liaise with heart failure services.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Apply knowledge of the disordered pathophysiology in the management of heart failure
• Explain decompensation of heart failure, classes of heart failure drugs and when and which drugs to consider stopping in advanced heart failure
• Describe the different types of device therapy in heart failure and what needs to be considered before the patient is approaching end of life
• Discuss the management of refractory symptoms such as breathlessness
• Identify why it is important to work collaboratively with other services
Amy Gadoud, Karen Hogg, Shona Jenkins and Yvonne Millerick

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Amy Gadoud, Karen Hogg, Shona Jenkins and Yvonne Millerick
on behalf of Health Education England

Amy Gadoud -
Amy Gadoud trained in Edinburgh and qualified as a doctor in 2001. Her PhD defended in 2013 at Hull York Medical School was a mixed method study exploring a palliative care approach for people with advanced heart failure: recognition of need, transitions in care and impact on patients, family carers and clinicians.

Amy currently works as a Consultant in Palliative Medicine in Furness, Cumbria and is a Honorary Senior Lecturer at Lancaster University.


Karen Hogg -
Karen Hogg gained degrees in Science and Medicine from the University of Glasgow in 1994 and 1999 respectively. In 2002, she undertook a British Heart Foundation Junior Fellowship and went on to achieve a postgraduate Doctor of Medicine degree in 2007, also conferred by the University of Glasgow, for research into heart failure with preserved systolic function.

Karen’s subsequent specialist clinical training was based in Glasgow and in 2010 she took up the post of consultant cardiologist, with a specialist interest in heart failure and palliative care, based at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. In this unique post, she is the clinical lead for heart failure in North East Glasgow, chair of the heart failure MCN in Greater Glasgow and Clyde and the cardiology clinical lead for the Caring Together programme (joint funded by British Heart Foundation, Marie Curie Cancer Care and Greater Glasgow and Clyde).

Karen is an invited member of the Heart Failure Association of the ESC joint Task Force ’Palliative Care in Cardiology’ and is also the medical lead for the National Heart Failure & Palliative care education programme funded by the Scottish Government and the British Heart Foundation.


Shona Jenkins -
Shona Jenkins gained degrees in science and medicine from the University of Glasgow in 2000 and 2002 respectively, with a postgraduate Doctor of Medicine degree conferred in 2011 for research in the field of cardiac imaging.

Shona’s clinical medical and cardiology training was in Glasgow with subspecialty training in both heart failure and cardiac imaging, and she was appointed as a Consultant Cardiologist at Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Stobhill Hospital in 2013.

Her current clinical and academic interests include echocardiography and heart failure.


Yvonne Millerick -
Yvonne Millerick qualified as a registered general nurse in 1988 and is currently working as a Heart Failure Palliative Care Nurse Consultant Lecturer.

Yvonne’s professional portfolio includes clinical, academic and nursing leadership within Cardiology, Heart Failure and Supportive Palliative Care. This role involves Yvonne working in partnership with a wide range of professionals working in different specialities and care settings.

Yvonne also works in partnership with NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Glasgow Caledonian University, British Heart Foundation, Marie Curie and the Scottish Government.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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