The 21st London Congenital Heart Disease Course

NOW OPEN FOR BOOKINGS – Hybrid (F2F/Virtual) event over 6 days

The London Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) hybrid event is a joint collaboration between the Clinical Educators and Nurse Specialists at Royal Brompton Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Barts Health NHS Trust (One Heart CHD Network) , Evelina London Children’s Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (Lifelong CHD Network)
All nurses with a good foundational knowledge plus clinical experience, and allied healthcare professionals and health scientists involved in the care of children
and adults with congenital heart disease are welcome to attend.

17th June 20th June (Paediatric days) and 25th June + 26th June (ACHD).

For all health professionals involved in the care of children with Congenital Heart Disease


Course Content 

Monday 17th June

Fundamentals, Investigations, Foetal, PDA, Heart Failure

Tuesday 18th June

Acyanotic heart conditions

Wednesday 19th June

Cyanotic heart conditions

Thursday 20th June

Post-op management, long-term, inherited cardiac disease, cardiac support, transplantation

Tuesday 25th June (ACHD)

Transition and Adult Congenital Heart Disease 

Wednesday 26th June (ACHD)

Adult Congenital Heart Disease 

Course Details


The 21st London Congenital Heart Disease Course will be hosted by Royal Brompton Hospital. The week is run collaboratively by three hospitals:

  • Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

  • Evelina London Children’s Hospital

  • Great Ormond Street Hospital

  • Adult CHD teams

    Who should attend?

    This annual course is aimed at healthcare professionals involved in the care of children and adults with congenital heart disease.

    Two dedicated ACHD days on 25th June and 26th June 2024 which will focus on adults living with congenital heart disease.


    This masterclass combines interactive lectures, examples of good practice, case studies and simulation.

    Included with your ticket

    As part of the course, you will have access to bespoke e-learning resources prior to the event, refreshments and lunch, drinks reception for those attending the whole course and Wednesday 19th June in-person.


    Delegate Feedback

    Now in its 21st year, we are extremely proud of the skills and the experience in congenital heart disease that we have gained over the last decade. We’re absolutely passionate about what we do and about sharing our knowledge in this complex subject with our colleagues, and we hope that you will come away with better understanding and with greater confidence in treating patients within your care. Here are just some of the comments that we received from the delegates who attended last year’s course:

    Very thought provoking

    Easy environment to ask questions

    It was evidence based lecture

    Very dynamic presentation, easy to follow and very engaging

    Learning about the journey of the patient

    Simplification of complex subject

    To Register

    To book please visit our eventbrite booking page

    If you have any queries about the course, please contact:


    The Venue

    Chelsea Football Club

    Stamford Bridge

    Fulham Rd


    SW6 1HS

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    Getting To Stamford Bridge

    Stamford Bridge is easily accessible by tube (Fulham Broadway) or bus from the city.

    By Bus

    There are two bus stops outside Stamford Bridge on Fulham Road. Attendees can get to the stadium using the number 14, 211 and 414 buses.

    By bicycle

    We have a bicycle storage area available for attendees wishing to cycle to the stadium. A bike shed is situated at Stamford Gate.

    By river boat

    River boats run on the Thames with the closest pier to Stamford Bridge at Chelsea Harbour. 

    Public transport

    The best way to travel to Stamford Bridge is by public transport.

    Travel can be planned using Transport for London’s journey planner

    By tube or train

    The nearest tube station is Fulham Broadway on the District Line. If changing at Earl’s Court station, take a Wimbledon-bound tube. There are two Overground stations near to Stamford Bridge, West Brompton and Imperial Wharf, which are approximately a 15-minute walk from the stadium. These are both on a direct line between Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction. Fulham Broadway tube station is wheelchair accessible. The station also has lift access.

    By Car

    As Stamford Bridge is located in a busy residential area, parking is limited and often reserved. We therefore recommend the use of public transport.

    Driving from the north, east or west

    Use the M25 to Junction 15 and turn off onto the M4 towards London. Follow the M4, which becomes the A4 up to Hammersmith. Go over the Hammersmith Flyover and a further one-and-a-half miles before turning off for Earl’s Court. Go past Earl’s Court station and across Old Brompton Road, eventually reaching Fulham Road. Turn right at the traffic lights. After 600 yards, the ground is on the right. Parking close to the ground is very limited.

    Driving from the south

    Cross the River Thames at Wandsworth Bridge and head up Wandsworth Bridge Road. At the junction with New King’s Road, turn right and then immediately left. This will take you up to Fulham Broadway. Turn right onto Fulham Road and the ground is 400 yards on the left. Parking is very limited close to the ground.

     Accommodation Map Near The Venue

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