The Logitbox cardiology training logbook covers both the clinical and non-clinical aspects of training to be a cardiologist. To progress in clinical cardiology training you will need to demonstrate regular procedural work such as echo and angiography, as well as participation in outpatient clinics, inpatient specialist reviews, ward rounds and multidisciplinary activities such as the joint cardiology-cardiothoracic meetings and case conferences. The UK cardiology training curriculum is designed to produce specialists competent across the range of cardiological practise, covering some fairly diverse activities. The key to passing the regular training checkpoints such as supervisor reviews and ARCPs is excellent record keeping. Remember, compared to the range and complexity of skills you need to master, time on cardiology training schemes is short. You can’t afford to repeat activities due to poor record keeping.

Having a clear written record of your routine activity is essential to make efficient use of training time.

Our modular logbook structure is tailored to make record keeping straightforward and quick, to maximise your data capture and minimise the need for repetition.

Our extensive cardiology procedure database includes custom datasets for many cardiac procedures covering coronary and structural intervention, cardiac imaging, pacing and cardiac devices and cardiac electrophysiology.

The cardiology training logbook also includes space to record non-clinical learning. Cardiology trainees tend to be active in research, audit and teaching, and the Logitbox apps and website allow you to log these activities alongside clinical progression.

producing concise reports and attractive graphs to illustrate your progress at the click of a button.

Logitbox’s cardiology logbooks are designed to satisfy requirements of cardiology fellows and doctors on cardiology training programmes, and also revalidation for accredited specialists.

    Cardiology Procedures

    • AF ablation
    • AV node ablation
    • DC cardioversion
    • EP study
    • Flutter ablation
    • Internal cardioversion
    • Left atrial ablation (non-AF)
    • NIPS
    • VT stimulation
    • Ventricular ablation
    • Cardiac CT
    • Cardiac MRI
    • Exercise stress echocardiogram
    • Pharmacological stress echo
    • Transoesophageal echo
    • Transthoracic echo
    • Aortogram
    • Coronary angiogram
    • Coronary grafts study
    • Coronary intervention (PCI)
    • Coronary pressure wire study
    • IABP insertion
    • IABP reposition
    • Pericardiocentesis
    • Primary PCI
    • Right heart catheter
    • TAVI
    • TAVI angiogram
    • CRT-D implant
    • DF testing
    • Device explant
    • Device extraction
    • Device reburial
    • ICD generator renewal
    • ICD implant
    • ILR explant
    • ILR implant
    • Lead revision
    • Pacemaker generator renewal
    • Pacemaker implant
    • Subcutaneous ICD implant
    • Temporary pacing wire (TPW)
    • Upgrade to CRT-D
    • Upgrade to CRT-P