Since our founding, we’ve pioneered new tools and techniques in medical education - using innovation and imagination to bring cardiovascular knowledge to life.
Reliable, accessible and ready to share
We combine rigorous standards and subject-matter knowledge with the immediacy and appeal of different formats. Radcliffe is the complete platform for broadcasting, events and publication that’s trusted by medics: sharing insights across the profession equitably, effectively, flexibly and fast.
Knowledge in focus
We have the knowhow to make each learning experience memorable, relevant and clear. Whether it’s structuring a discussion, editing an interview, or planning an event, we bridge the gap between ideas, industry and practical outcomes on the frontline.
Education with imagination
We bring fresh thinking and flair to the world of medical education. From e-publishing to podcasts, we’re always first to embrace the formats that help insights travel and ideas cut through.
Our services
Hybrid events
Using our expertise in managing virtual events to enable broadcast quality online events and increasing the attendance of physcians from all around the world.

Hybrid events enable event organisers to maximise the attendance to their events by reaching physicans from around the world.

With broadcast quality technology and experience in hosting, facilitating and marketing online events Radcliffe can increase the reach of your event around the world. With a database of over 200k physicians, our marketing will enable the most appropriate people will attend.

On-demand, post event content facilitates a longer term engagement with physicians. Our digital team can chapertize content for viewing by physicians at a time that works for them, in either long or short formats.

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Virtual Conferences
Virtual conferences
We host live, 3-day global conferences featuring live cases, presentations and debate from world class faculty across multiple countries.

Transcatheter Interventions Online (TIO) was a global first in virtual cardiovascular education in 2021. The conference was streamed live across 3 days and provided 12 hours of CME accredited learning.

  • 10 live cases from 4 leading centres
  • Erasmus, Leipzig, Emory & Brighton-Panel discussions and live debate from world class faculty in 7 different countries
  • 9,536 registered across 26 countries
  • 98% would recommend TIO to a colleague
  • 92% said the content would influence daily clinical practice

We organise multiple online conferences each year such as TIO, Rhythm Interventions Online (RIO), Vascular Interventions Online (VIO) and Heart Failure Online (HFO).

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Medical communications
Medical communications
Our medical communications service facilitates the development of literature, and other content, on how the adoption of new technology can improve patient care.

Creating engaging and dynamic content is our speciality; after all we bring medical knowledge to life.

Our success is underpinned by working with the best faculty to generate the most engaging and relevant content. 

Depending on the content being produced, it may be featured in one of our 7 peer reviewed journals, included as supplement within the journals or featured in an independent journal that sits outside of the Radcliffe portfolio.

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Podcasts
Podcasts
Home to dedicated podcasts hosted by leading figures from science, medicine and the cardiovascular field.

Radcliffe Cardiology have teamed up with Dr Ankur Kalra, (Interventional Cardiologist, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH) to produce a regular Podcast, Parallax. It features conversations with legendary cardiologists, critical reviews of key congresses and late-breaking trials, and concise summaries of the best US Cardiology Review articles (we call them #AudioArticles).

Recorded and edited remotely, it can include conversations between physicians from all over the Globe. We can also add in commentary and soundbites from our virtual editing studio as well as produce live video recordings for special episodes.

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Case discussions
Case discussions
First-hand, real-world insights from top physicians and experts, as they explore specific case histories and patient stories. Often combined with faculty-group discussion, live Q&As, and interactive polling.

Our events bring together two leading physicians to discuss key topic areas, such as management strategies for an interesting case of complex PCI of a STEMI patient with multi-vessel disease. Informative case presentations set the scene for discussion between faculty, before a Q&A session with a live global audience. Adding to the interaction of the programme, lives polls can be held throughout, with results revealed to an engaged audience towards the end of the programme.

An example of one such discussion be be viewed below.

https://www.radcliffecardiology.com/multi-vessel-disease

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Virtual symposia
Virtual symposia
Bringing vital issues and the latest news to you, through expert roundtables and symposia. Our experience of online and broadcasting formats enables clinicians to take part live, from anywhere on the planet.

Working on behalf of clients, and unrestricted educational grants, we develop compelling agendas to meet educational needs that are not being catered for. As we formulate the agenda, we liaise with key faculty members and onboard them in preparation for the symposia.

Our marketing expertise and ever increasing online community across cardiovascular education allows us to maximise attendance from faculty members across the world.

We evaluate our success based on the levels attendance, the quality of education provided and the levels of faculty engagement.

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Peer-to-peer discussions
Peer-to-peer discussions
Up-to-date, lively and informative discussion. Leading clinicians discuss the most pertinent topics – from practical challenges to contextualising the implications of latest science and data.

This piece of independent educational content brought two leading Cardiologists together to virtually present Tilt Table Testing for syncope. The key learning objectives were to:

  • Explain how to perform a tilt-test and what is involve
  • Describe how to interpret the results
  • Discuss the indications and appropriate cases to refer
  • Explain when it can make a difference in making a diagnosis
  • Explain when it can make a difference in guiding therapy

https://www.radcliffecardiology.com/content/tilt-testing-for-syncope

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Broadcasts
Broadcasts
Whether bitesize or in-depth, our broadcasts make the latest cardiovascular knowledge accessible, memorable, and easy to share.
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