News and Events from Arrhythmia Alliance

Registration is open for our annual meeting -
Arrhythmia Alliance
Heart Rhythm Congress

HRC2019 will be held from 6 - 9 October at The ICC, Birmingham, UK.
Register your place today and take advantage of our Early Bird pricing.

Submit Your Abstract!

Poster sessions and oral communications are an important part of HRC2019 - submit your abstract today!

The deadline for submissions is 31 May.

SAVE THE DATE: 3 - 9 June
Take on the   Pulse Check Challenge  and host an awareness event in collaboration with your health centre, workplace or community group. We can supply a resource pack for your event which includes posters, flyers, information booklets and factsheets. 

Support our mission to raise awareness of arrhythmias
by sharing our messages
on social media.

Don't forget to tag us and use the hashtags
#WorldHeartRhythmWeek #WHRW2019 
To find out more about
Arrhythmia Alliance World Heart Rhythm Week 2019

Our annual World Heart Rhythm Week Parliamentary Reception will be held on Wednesday 5 June at the House of Commons, London.
If you are interested in attending, please register your interest here

Arrhythmia Alliance
Cardiac Update Meetings

These meetings are aimed at all healthcare professionals from primary, secondary and tertiary centres involved in the management and treatment of patients with cardiac arrhythmias.

AF Association
Healthcare Pioneers Report

This annual report demonstrates best innovative practice in all aspects of the field of atrial fibrillation. The closing date for submissions for the 2020 report is Friday 31 May. Submit your case study today.

London Syncope Meeting
4 June 2019

For all healthcare professionals interested in: 
* Updates on syncope management
* Novel approaches in syncope diagnosis &
* The importance of multi-disciplinary working in
collapses of uncertain cause                          

North West Syncope Symposium
4 July 2019

Our aim is to share the latest in the diagnosis and management of syncope to healthcare professionals involved in the care and management of syncope.
Pacemakers, ICDs and
Radiotherapy Survey

Your input is needed! This survey is to get an insight into healthcare professionals understanding of patients with pacemakers and ICDs who need radiotherapy as part of their cancer treatment.

Public Health England and Faculty of Public Health Award for contributions to public health

Winner: Monica Fisk, Nick Tuck and Sara Vautier, Joint lead community podiatrists, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

In the News
Arrhythmia Alliance is working with MedShr to connect electrophysiologists and cardiologists in the Arrhythmia Alliance Case Discussion Group .

MedShr enables doctors to share and discuss clinical cases in a HIPAA, GMC and GDPR compliant network with over 800,000 members in 190 countries.

Please post interesting arrhythmia cases, including ECGs, pacing, EP and complex devices with the group. Posting a case is easy using the MedShr app – you can capture an ECG or clinical image and add a brief description and history in a couple of minutes.

MedShr is free to use and available from the App Store or Google Play. You can also register on the website . For help getting started, please contact Alice from the MedShr Team: .
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