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EHRA Cardiac pacing and implantable cardioverter defibrillators Certification Exam

Add to calendar07/06/20169:00 07/06/201616:00 Europe/Paris EHRA Cardiac pacing and implantable cardioverter defibrillators Certification Exam

Registration is now closed.

The certification process gives credibility and professional legitimacy to an individual by demonstrating their competency in becoming fully certified.

The examination is designed to be completed in 2 consecutive parts 3 hours each, with a 60 minute lunch break.

The questionnaire is compiled by the EHRA Certification Committee, and consists of a 130 multiple-choice questions.

Questions are based on the analysis of practical clinical cases and decision making (60-80%), with the remaining dedicated to theoretical questions.
10 questions out of the 130 are back up questions and are used only for internal processes.

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Summary

Registration is now closed.

The certification process gives credibility and professional legitimacy to an individual by demonstrating their competency in becoming fully certified.

The examination is designed to be completed in 2 consecutive parts 3 hours each, with a 60 minute lunch break.

The questionnaire is compiled by the EHRA Certification Committee, and consists of a 130 multiple-choice questions.

Questions are based on the analysis of practical clinical cases and decision making (60-80%), with the remaining dedicated to theoretical questions.
10 questions out of the 130 are back up questions and are used only for internal processes.