Webinar recording: Cardiovascular SIG Webinar - COVID19
Content from the BGS Cardiovascular SIG Webinar - COVID19 which took place on 25 June 2020.
Cardiovascular care in the older adult: Valvular heart disease
This resource series, curated by the BGS Cardiovascular SIG, brings together key principles and guidelines on the management of cardiovascular disease in older adults. This chapter looks specifically at valvular heart disease.
COVID-19: Rehabilitation of older people
This page brings together resources and information relating to the rehabilitation of older people as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Keeping older people safe and well at home
These resources have been developed to help keep older people safe at home by reducing deconditioning and falls hazards, supporting people with conditions such as dementia or Parkinson's, and improving overall wellbeing to help to keep their minds and bodies active.
Frailty Hub: Education and training
Here you can find links to our new frailty e-learning module and other useful training materials.
Frailty Hub: Frailty and the NHS
This area of the Frailty Hub focuses on the national picture. Here you can access publications by NHS England, NICE, GIRFT, NHS RightCare and NHS Benchmarking.
Frailty Hub: Setting up and developing frailty services
Useful information to help you set up a frailty service, with examples of best practice, service development, and business cases.
Frailty Hub: Frailty in specific settings
Collated resources on frailty in settings including care home medicine, emergency medicine, frailty units and community. Resources relevant to specialised services such as diabetes, heart failure and oncology can also be found here.
Frailty Hub: Introduction to frailty
Find out what frailty is and how it can be diagnosed and managed.
Cardiovascular care in the older adult: Heart failure
This resource series, curated by the BGS Cardiovascular SIG, brings together key principles and guidelines on the management of cardiovascular disease in older adults. This section focuses specifically on heart failure.