Dr Nikhil JoshiMB, BS MRCP PhD PgC Med EdConsultant Cardiologist and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer Bristol Heart Institute, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Nikhil Joshi is a Consultant Cardiologist with extensive experience in general cardiology and a special interest in coronary artery disease (such as angina and heart attacks) as well as valvular heart disease. His particular focus is the prevention, management, and treatment of coronary artery disease. He specializes in the invasive treatment of heart artery blockages (coronary angioplasty) and has particular expertise in the treatment of heart valve diseases with keyhole procedures such as TAVI (transcatheter aortic valve replacement/implantation).
His primary cardiology training was in Edinburgh, where Dr Joshi also undertook a highly successful PhD, followed by training in interventional and general cardiology. He has been a recipient of several prestigious awards including the Queens Anniversary Award for Higher education where his research group was invited to Buckingham Palace. He has awarded the Josephine Lansdell Award for research in heart disease and has been finalist at the American College of Cardiology conference in San Francisco, and at the Thomas J. Linnemeier Spirit of Interventional Cardiology Young Investigator at the Transcatheter Therapies in Washington.
After undertaking the British Cardiology Interventional fellowship in Vancouver Island, Canada, he has been appointed as Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at University Hospitals Bristol. This post has allowed Dr. Joshi to undertake high-volume complex coronary intervention (performing more than 300 percutaneous coronary interventions per year) and transcatheter aortic valve implantation (performing more than 100 per year). Dr. Joshi is very active academically as an honorary senior lecturer at the University of Bristol and was recently awarded the highly competitive Clinical Academic Research Partnership Award by the Medical Research Council.
Dr. Joshi believes in empowering patients with current clinical evidence about their condition so as to enable them to make a well-informed decision about the treatment options available to them.
Learn about the management of new-onset and established cases in primary care from Consultant Cardiologist Dr. Nikhil Joshi. An accomplished speaker Dr. Joshi has taken extensive research in atherosclerosis in patients with CAD and has won multiple awards, grants, and publications.
Useful for day to day practice
- Working on MAU loads of chest pain in admission
- Update Knowledge Yes
- Yes, nicely organised.
- I knew it was going to be helpful for me for my medical career
- Indeed, very practical.
- Very much to the point , Yes
- To increase my confidence in managing a common presentation. It was a very well structured talk and I found it interesting to learn briefly about new ways of classifying different types of angina.
- excellent talk. it did meet my expectations . The different scenarios also helped my understanding better/
- I always enjoy the webinars and find them very useful for consolidation of knowledge and in up dating my knowledge. The Saturday morning sessions are ideal for me and the 1hr length is optimum for my learning style. It exceeded my expectations by informing me regarding microvascular angina.
Angina management -New onset and established in primary care
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