Paediatricians with Expertise in Cardiology Specialist Interest Group
PECSIG is a UK society, part of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health which represents Paediatricians with specialist training in Children's Heart Disease.
Parent and Patient Information leaflets & Illustrations, print or send them in a flash.
Simple tutorials and guidelines for students, general paediatricians and allied professionals.
PECSIG is society of UK medical professionals with expertise in caring for Children with heart disease. The majority of our members are Consultant or Specialist Paediatricians, regulated by the General Medical Council and members of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. They have all developed additional specialist experience in Children with heart disease including echocardiography (heart scans). You can read more about their role and how you might get referred here.
We've teamed up with two great partners to bring you clear and accurate information leaflets. We've also got a whole host of pictures (worth a thousand words) so you can understand your child's diagnosis. Please remember that every child and every heart is just a little bit different. Our members understand this and so may explain a situation differently to what you might find here.
Any health professional who may look after Children with Heart Disease. We've produced some helpful guidelines, teaching materials and even a quick ECG guide for so you can check your V6 voltage from your PR interval.
Latest news, events and courses in Paediatric Cardiology.
On behalf of the BCCA we are delighted to invite you to join us at the BCCA Annual Scientific Meeting 2019 which is being held in the diverse and vibrant Newcastle Upon Tyne. Taking place over two days on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th November 2019 held at the SAGE GATESHEAD.
RCPCH Conference and exhibition 2019 will bring together the paediatric community - in what is a turbulent time for the profession to explore current challenges and how we can work together to secure a bright future for paediatrics and child health.
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