The British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS) held its first meeting at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London in 1988 with the aim of establishing a regular meeting forum for those interested in interventional vascular procedures. At that time, coronary angioplasty was still in its relative infancy in the United Kingdom, with a national total of just over 5,000 procedures undertaken that year. Now circa 90,000 percutaneous coronary interventions are performed each year in the UK and many other procedures for valvular and other structural heart disease are firmly established.
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The President carries ultimate responsibility to the Council and members of the Society for all policy and financial decisions of the Society and for representation of the Society in the UK and abroad.61.59 Kb
He/she will take particular responsibility for ensuring that the Society’s income, expenditure and investments are closely monitored and that Trustees are advised on all financial matters relating to the Society and its activities.81.07 Kb
Communications Group Lead
BCIS are looking to recruit a new Communications Group Lead76.24 Kb
Training and Education Group Lead
BCIS seeks to elect a Lead for its Training & Education Group (TEG), which was established in 2009 with the aim of optimising and developing the society’s activities in this area.71.26 Kb
Clinical Standards Group Lead
Can you help BCIS Officers and Council to achieve the objectives of the society.92.12 Kb
Research & Development Group Lead
BCIS are looking to hire a new Research & Development Group Lead87.67 Kb
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