Derek Rowlands BSc, MB, ChB, MD, FRCP, FACC, FESC is Honorary Consultant Cardiologist at the Manchester Heart Centre and Consultant Cardiologist at The Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle. He was formerly Consultant Cardiologist at the Manchester Heart Centre and Lecturer in Cardiology at the University of Manchester. He worked for two and a half years at Hammersmith Hospital (respiratory medicine, then neurology) and for a year at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota (doing research in cardiovascular physiology). He is the author or editor of fifteen books and is the sole author of the chapter on electrocardiography in each of the first four editions of the Oxford Textbook Of Medicine. He has edited the last seven volumes of Recent Advances in Cardiology. He has published a three-volume book, and numerous articles, on the ECG.
Philip Moore is Consultant Cardiologist, with special interest in Pacing and Complex devices at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust and St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington. Prior to that he was Specialist Registrar in Cardiology on the Northwest Thames rotation and was formerly a GP Principal in St Albans for a period of four years. He trained at the University of Manchester and completed a Ph.D. in the Department of Medicine at the University of Manchester. He has a particular interest in teaching and teaches complex device implantation (ICDs and biventricular pacemakers) to senior cardiology trainees at St Mary’s Hospital Paddington and pacemaker implantation to more junior trainees at Watford Hospital. In addition to extensive teaching commitments he has spoken by invitation at the British Cardiac Society 2012 and has co-authored numerous papers and book chapters on the ECG.
How to Get There
MANCHESTER CONFERENCE CENTRE
Weston Hall of Residence
Manchester Conference Centre is in the heart of Manchester, just off the Mancunian way. Served by strong rail, road and air links, Manchester is an accessible city for national and international visitors alike.
If you are using sat nav our postcode is M1 3BB
From the M60 ring road exit at junction 12 and join the M602 towards the city centre. Follow the M602 onto the A57 (Regent Road) and continue on to the A57(M) (Mancunian Way). Exit the A57(M) at the Universities slip road onto Sackville Street. The Manchester Conference Centre Entrance will be on your left.
Located next to the Manchester Conference Centre, on Charles Street, is an affordable multi-storey car park.
If approaching MCC from the Mancunian way – drive passed the entrance to MCC and take the first left down Charles Street, the car park entrance will be on your right.
If approaching from Sackville Street – drive to the end of the road and follow Sackville Street on to Charles Street, the car park entrance will be on your right.
(Please note that the entrance to MCC is on a one-way street and by car can only be reached via the mancunian way)
From Manchester Victoria Train Station – Purchase a City Zone ticket and take the metrolink connection from Manchester Victoria to Manchester Piccadilly Train Station.
From Manchester Piccadilly Train Station – leave the station via the taxi rank exit, cross London Road and proceed west along Fairfield Street. Continue on to Whitworth Street until you reach Sackville Street. Turn left and proceed South on Sackville Street, we are at the end of the road on the right.
From Oxford Road Train Station – leave the station via the station approach, cross Oxford Street and proceed east along Whitworth Street until you reach Sackville Street. Turn right and proceed South on Sackville Street, we are at the end of the road on the right.
Manchester is served by one of the UK’s major international airports. It is located 9 miles outside the city centre and has a regular direct rail connection to Manchester Piccadilly. For the best prices be sure to purchase tickets for Manchester Central Stations.
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Tel: 0161 207 2702
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Sample Errors in ECG Interpretation
Male age 61. History of mild sub-sternal burning
sensation - not exertion related.
45 year old male. ECG recorded during pre-employment medical
30 year old male. Applying for pilots licence. Strong FH of coronary disease.