Heart Rhythm Congress 2016

Heart Rhythm Congress 2016

We look forward to welcoming delegates to the next HRC at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Birmingham UK on 9-12 October 2016.

The largest heart rhythm event in the UK, Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC) provides unrivalled opportunity for health care professionals interested in the management of arrhythmias to share effective practice, show case innovation, learn about latest developments and network with UK & international delegates.

The first heart rhythm event to include extensive arrhythmia patient day meetings, nurse education, primary care shared learning and specialist further accreditation. With a trade exhibition running throughout, Heart Rhythm Congress focuses on improving patients outcomes by uniting all healthcare professionals.


Partners Exhibit

Partners Symposia



Important Information for the Submission of Abstracts

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Submission Deadline: 23:59 on Friday 27 May 2016

Before submitting an abstract, authors are urged to carefully read the information below:

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  • Authors do not need to be members of Arrhythmia Alliance or British Heart Rhythm Society.

  • Abstracts must not have been accepted for publication elsewhere at the time of submission.

  • Multiple abstracts around the same subject or using the same dataset (salami publication) is discouraged and may be penalised by the markers where it is felt that the data could have been better presented as a single abstract.

  • Authors should be aware that the press have open access to the sessions.




Event Endorsed By


Registration includes:

  • Admission to conference sessions and exhibition

  • Lunch bag containing a variety of cold snacks and a drink

  • Tea/coffee throughout the event

  • Delegate pack


Consultants, General Practitioners & Industry



3 Day Delegate Pass

Early Bird
(before midnight 31 July)

Regular
(before midday 7 October)

On the day

BHRS/A-A Members £400£460£500
Non-members £480£540£580

1 Day Delegate Pass

Regular
(before midday 7 October)

On the day

BHRS/A-A Members £165£200
Non-members £245£280



Nurses, Physiologists & Trainees




3 Day Delegate Pass

Early Bird
(before midnight 31 July)

Regular
(before midday 7 October)

On the day

BHRS/A-A Members £220£285£325
Non-members £260£325£365

1 Day Delegate Pass

Regular
(before midday 7 October)

On the day

BHRS/A-A Members £120£160
Non-members £160£200

To Register Click Here

Sunday 9 October


11:15-18:30 EP Traces Course

Chair:
11:15Welcome, course objectives and ‘How to approach the unknown tracing’
11:30EP traces session 1
13:00Lunch
13:30EP traces session 2
15:00Tea/Coffee
15:15EP traces session 3
16:45Tea/Coffee
17:00EP traces session 4
18:30Close


12:15-18:00 British Heart Rhythm Society Certification: Core


Chair:
12:15Exam overviewS Allen
Manchester UK
12:30Common ECG's in CRM

13:15Drugs in cardiology

13:45Landmark trials in CRM (drugs and devices)S Allen
Manchester UK
14:15Interpreting EP signals. Part 1 - the basics
14:45Tea/Coffee
15:15Interpreting EP signals. Part 2 - arrhythmia mechanisms
15:45NICE & ESC guidance for devices & AFM Squirrell
London UK
16:30Quiz questions
S Allen; M Squirrell
Manchester UK; London UK
18:00Close

Monday 10 October
To include

A NEW CARDIAC MAPPING SYSTEM - ONE SOLUTION FOR EVERYDAY TO THE EXTROADINARY
CASES & TRACES (1)
GUCH HEART RHYTHM MANAGEMENT 1
GUCH HEART RHYTHM MANAGEMENT 2
IMPROVING AF OUTCOMES IN THE LAB
IMPROVING ARRHYTHMIA MANAGEMENT
MASTER CLASS DEVICES, PART 1 - PRACTICAL MANAGEMENT ISSUES
MASTER CLASS DEVICES, PART 2
MASTER CLASS DEVICES, PART 3 - GETTING THE MOST OUT OF CRT
MASTER CLASS EP, PART 1
NURSES
ORAL ABSTRACTS 1
PAEDIATRIC
PHARMACISTS MEETING
PHYSICAL RATE ADAPTION
YOUNG INVESTIGATORS COMPETITION

Tuesday 11 October
To include

AF OUTCOMES OUTSIDE THE LAB
AICC: DEBATE & CASE DISCUSSIONS
AICC: IMPORTANT ISSUES IN PAEDIATRICS & THE TRANSITION TO AUDIT
CARDIAC PHYSIOLOGIST MEETING
CRM SOLUTIONS FOR PATIENTS AT RISK OF SUDDDEN CARDIAC DEATH
DAILY DEVICE CHALLENGES
DEVICE MANAGEMENT: PALLIATIVE & END OF LIFE CARE
EP: REDEFINING ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY: SIGNAL QUALITY THAT MATTERS
HEART RHYTHM TRAINEES - HOW TO…
IMPROVING ARRHYTHMIA MANAGEMENT (2)
MASTER CLASS DEVICES, PART 4 - DEVICE & LEAD ISSUES
MASTER CLASS DEVICES, PART 5
MASTER CLASS ON MAKING MORE PATIENTS RESPOND BETTER TO CRT
ORAL ABSTRACTS 2
PLENARY SESSION
SYNCOPE AND POTS: MIND AND BODY 1
THE CASE FOR SCREENING FOR UNKNOWN AF TO PREVENT STROKE
THE ZERO BASIC SCIENCE PRIMER: EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT WHAT'S ACTUALLY GOING ON INSIDE YOUR PATIENT BUT WERE TOO AFRAID TO ASK


Wednesday 12 October
To include

ABLATION OF LONG STANDING PERSISTANT AF
AHSN MEETING
CASES & TRACES (2)
COMPLEX ISSUES IN DEVICE THERAPY
IMPROVING OUTCOMES OF SCAR-VT ABLATION: IMAGING, ACCESS, CATHETER AND ENDPOINTS
MASTER CLASS DEVICES, PART 6 - ARRHYTHMIA MANAGEMENT
MASTER CLASS EP, PART 2
ORAL ABSTRACTS (3)
SYNCOPE: MIND AND BODY 2



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