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A-A HRC2021 is now available on-demand

Arrhythmia Alliance Heart Rhythm Congress 2021 (A-A HRC2021) is now available on-demand for all those interested in expanding their knowledge of cardiac arrhythmias. Worth up to 24 CPD points, the virtual congress will be available for 12 months — meaning you can access the content at any time or date that suits you, no matter where you are in the world. Furthermore, A-A HRC2021 features an international faculty of expert speakers — such as Profs Christine Albert, Sabine Ernst, Hugh Calkins, and A John Camm — discussing the latest research, the most innovative technologies, and the newest guidelines.

The programme was developed to meet the educational needs of all members of the multidisciplinary team, from consultant electrophysiologists to physiologists. Whatever your role in the team, there are sessions at A-A HRC2021 that will meet your needs.

Highlights

Digital Technology
Chairs: Prof Lis Neubeck (Edinburgh, UK) and Prof Martin Cowie (London, UK) 

Wearables for AF detection
Prof Pier Lambiase (London, UK)
 
Remote monitoring in HF: Implantables and wearables
Dr Arvind Singhal (London, UK)
 
Managing the tsunami of data
Mrs Sophia Jones (London, UK)
 
 

Arrhythmia Alliance & Heart Rhythm Society joint Session: From A to V — Optimizing Arrhythmia Care in the Next Decade
Chair: Dr Fred Kusumoto (Jacksonville, US)

Atrial fibrillation ablation in 2021: Who, when, and how?
Dr Hugh Calkins (Baltimore, US)
 
Patient generated data: Friend or foe?
Dr Thomas Deering (Atlanta, US)
 
Syncope and falls in the elderly: Individual patient care to systems of care
Dr Win-Kuang Shen (Arizona, US)
 
Preventing sudden death: What's next?
Prof Christine Albert (Los Angeles, US)
 
 

Transvenous or Subcutaneous Defibrillator? That is the question
Chair: Prof Derek Connelly (Glasgow, UK) and Dr Greg Mellor (Cambridge, UK)

To what extent do shocks cause myocardial injury?
Prof Andrew Grace (Cambridge, UK)
 
How relevant is anti-tachycardia pacing to current ICD practice?
Dr Valentina Kutyifa (Rochester, US)
 
Should all patients without a pacing indication receive an SICD?
Prof Lucas Boersma (Nieuwegein, The Netherlands)
 
Critical considerations in inherited conditions and GUCH
Prof Elijah Behr (London, UK)
 
SICDs in 2021 what else is there left to be done?
Dr Reinoud Knops (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
 

Registration for A-A HRC2021 is only £50 and, as a special offer for 2021, entitles you to a year’s subscription to A-A. With A-A subscription, you can access all A-A virtual events for free and attend A-A physical events at discounted registration rates.

CLICK HERE for full programme details. 

CLICK HERE to register. 

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