Heart Rhythm Congress
Providing education and training to promote diversity and improved technology for all involved in the treatment of arrhythmia patients.
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.
For more information visit www.heartrhythmcongress.org
HRC 2017 Summary
Heart rhythm experts from across the world met at the 12th Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC) – the UK’s biggest arrhythmia specialist event from the 1-4 October at the International Convention Centre (ICC). The congress attracted healthcare professionals from across the world with an interest in heart rhythm disturbances and was a huge success with 92% stating that the event fulfilled expectations and 81% already planning to book for 2018. The feedback as always has been excellent;
“All sessions where very well catered to the audience. The speakers were of high quality and the organisation of the congress was excellent”
“Presentations were very interactive, educational and relevant to the daily working practices”
“An impressive exhibition with informative, approachable and knowledgeable teams”
Thank you to everyone who attended HRC2017, we hope you enjoyed the Congress and we look forward to welcoming delegates to the next HRC at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Birmingham UK on 7-10 October 2018.
To learn more, contact us at:
Heart Rhythm Congress
Unit 6B, Essex House, Cromwell Business Park, Chipping Norton, OX7 5SR
Tel: +44 1789 867524
Fax: +44 1789 450682
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