This one-day meeting on Friday 15 March at The King's Fund, London will offer delegates the opportunity to meet cardiologists and cardiac experts from all over the world, hear concise lectures and take part in lively debates. Get succinct updates in this field from guidelines, key clinical trials, catheter ablation and pacing from an exceptional and highly selected faculty.
This annual report demonstrates best innovative practice in all aspects of the field of atrial fibrillation. Submissions for the 2020 report are open and we invite healthcare professionals involved in the identification, diagnosis, management, treatment and care of patients with atrial fibrillation to submit case studies. The closing date for submissions is Friday 17 May.
Arrhythmia Alliance World Heart Rhythm Week will be held from 3 - 9 June and we are busy preparing for the awareness events. Please save the date and get involved in helping us to raise vital awareness of arrhythmias all over the world.
HRC2019, organised by Arrhythmia Alliance, will be held from 6 - 9 October at The ICC, Birmingham, UK. The largest annual arrhythmia event in the UK, HRC offers healthcare professionals including EP's, cardiologists, GP’s, physiologists, nurses, commissioners and service providers with an interest in the management and delivery of treatment for arrhythmias the opportunity to network and share knowledge, experience and innovation. Find out more
Call for Abstracts
Be a part of HRC2019 - submit your abstract today. Poster sessions and oral communications are an important part of the programme. If your abstract is selected, the presenting author will be eligible to register for the congress at the abstract presenter rate. Your abstract will also be published in EP Europace. Submit here
In the news
Trudie Lobban MBE has been featured in a blog written by Portuguese pharmacist Luisa Pinto Leal . Read this and other interesting articles about her and her team sharing tips and troubles, their highs and stumbles through life at home or in the pharmacy. From their small neighbourhood establishment, the aim is to bridge the gap between people and health professionals by inviting everyone to tell their story.
Should we screen for
Read The BMJ Head to Head article which discusses the pro's and con's of a national screening programme. Click here
Research at the University of Birmingham is transforming how we understand atrial fibrillation (AF) and care for patients with the condition. This research has identified novel ideas to improve screening for patients with AF and has informed current international guidelines for the management of patients with atrial fibrillation. Find out more
Smartphone ECG device 'should be rolled out in A&E's
A smartphone device which can be used to detect serious heart conditions should be rolled out to A&E departments across the country, researchers say. Read more
More than 40% of patients with a history of atrial fibrillation attend the emergency department inappropriately. Read more
A smartphone device which can be used to detect serious heart conditions should be rolled out to A&E departments across the country, researchers say.Read more