Millbrook Appointed to Manage the Administration of BCIS
Millbrook Medical Conferences is delighted to announce its appointment as Administrator of the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS) as of 23 January 2020.
The decision was made collectively by council members of BCIS and announced by Nick Curzen, President of BCIS, during the BCIS AGM (annual general meeting). The BCIS AGM took place at the Advanced Cardiovascular Intervention (ACI) conference.
Millbrook is ambitious in its objectives for the evolution of the society to ensure sustainability and progression for years to come. Over the next six months, Millbrook will address the more immediate priorities.
The first and most important task is to revive the BCIS website to improve its functionality and enhance the user experience for BCIS members.
Secondly, Millbrook will redevelop and align the membership process to aid both financial planning for the society and provide consistency for members.
Finally, changes will be made to ensure an increase in the availability and accessibility of first-class education for BCIS members of all levels.
Five members of the Millbrook team will provide support to BCIS. Fiona McDonald will be the first-line key contact at Millbrook and will oversee and direct all work as general manager. Supporting Fiona and the BCIS Officers will be Dominic Legate (finance), Emily Husak (BCIS website and memberships and subscriptions), Sarah Moore (BCIS website and communications) and Tilly Broadbent (administration).
Millbrook’s executive conference managers will concentrate on the organisation of medical education across the UK.
Both BCIS and Millbrook would like to thank Azeem Ahmad for his sterling work as BCIS administrator for many years and wish him the very best in his future endeavours. Millbrook will continue Azeem’s hard work and will rely on his expertise during the handover period.
The British Cardiovascular Intervention Society will remain a separate entity to Millbrook Medical Conferences. In line with GDPR regulations, BCIS and BCS data will remain secure to BCIS activities and will not be used by Millbrook Medical Conferences for any reason.
There will be a transitional period whilst information and knowledge are shared to Millbrook Medical Conferences.