• HRC2024
  • 6 - 8 Oct 2024

Dr Bode Ensam

Bode Ensam

Speaking at: HRC2024

Position: Consultant Electrophysiologist
Location: Birmingham, UK

Dr Bode Ensam is a consultant cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist who has an expertise in the assessment and management of patients with arrhythmia. In addition, he has extensive additional experience in inherited cardiac conditions, sports cardiology and the management of arrhythmias in pregnancy.

After securing a competitive national training number in Cardiology he underwent training in the West Midlands before undertaking a clinical and research fellowship in ICC and sports cardiology at St George’s Hospital, London under the guidance of Professor Elijah Behr. At St George’s he developed an expertise in rare electrical cardiac conditions, such as, Brugada Syndrome, Long-QT syndrome (LQTS), Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia (CPVT), unexplained cardiac arrest and recurrent syncope.

Additionally, as a Cardiac Risk in the Young UK (CRY-UK) fellow he gained further experience in the cardiovascular assessment of elite level athletes. He was fortune to receive research funding in excess of £300,000 from the British Heart Foundation in order to study Brugada Syndrome and the assessment of victims of sudden unexplained cardiac death and their families.

Outside of his NHS commitments, Dr Ensam has a strong interest in sports cardiology and is involved in pre-participation cardiac screening of both elite and high-performance amateur athletes. He has undertaken cardiac screening in association with the Football Association, The Rugby Football Union, British Athletics, The English Cricketing Board, British Triathlon, The Football Association, British Swimming, the UK Institute of Sport. 

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