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EHRA EUROPACE Cardiostim 2015

21 Jun 2015 - 24 Jun 2015 , Milan - Italy


EHJ Cardiopulse: Highlight on NOAC

Read the EHJ Cardiopulse focusing on Atrial Fibrillation and NOAC 

  • NOAC for non valvular atrial fibrillation: harder to handle than expected - Prof. Camm 
  • Once-daily edoxaban: a safer option than well-managed warfarin for patients with atrial fibrillation? - Dr. Giugliano 
  • The Quick Test: 80 years on - Prof. Poller MD 
  • Apixaban: a new direct oral anticoagulant for stroke prevention in AF - Dr Hohnloser
  • NOAC in the emergency room - Prof. Diener
EHRA exam certification for Allied Professionals in Dutch
The next certification exam for Allied Professional is organised on 18 September 2014in Dutch.
The EHRA Certification committee strongly encourages Dutch candidates to register.

The 2014 EHRA White Book

Discover the current state of arrhythmia management in European countries in the 2014 EHRA White Book.  The book has been released at CARDIOSTIM EHRA EUROPACE 2014.


Patient website on atrial fibrillation now in French and German

English speaking patients with atrial fibrillation and their families had a website to answer their questions.
Now, French and German families also have a version of this website to better understand this disease.

Join us in Milan

Our goal is to provide a top quality Scientific Programme to keep attendees updated of the latest in science and education in the field of cardiac rhythm disorders and therapies.

During four days of scientific sessions, participants will have the opportunity to discover new research, learn from world renowned experts, discuss with colleagues and peers in order to continue EHRA’s mission: “To improve the quality of life of the European population by reducing the impact of cardiac arrhythmias and reduce sudden cardiac death”.

We introduce scientific sessions dedicated to allied professionals, young electrophysiologists and women in electrophysiology and we are delighted that two very prominent ESC Working groups on Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology and e-Cardiology will join us again.

We look forward to welcoming you to Milan, a city famous for its wealth of historical and modern sights - the Duomo, the Pirelli tower, La Scala and UNESCO’s World Heritage Site Santa Maria delle Grazie - that is also renowned as the industrial and financial centre of Italy.

A fitting destination, at the centre of Europe to host our congress that will set the pulse racing!
Prof. Cecilia Linde
EHRA programme Chairperson
Dr. Philippe Ritter
Cardiostim programme Chairperson
Prof. Michael Glikson
EHRA programme Vice-Chairperson 
Prof. Pierre Jais
Cardiostim programme Vice-Chairperson 

Mid October 2014
Online abstract submission available

20 January 2015
Abstract submission deadline

17 April 2015
Early Fee registration deadline

18 May 2015
Late Fee registration deadline 
  • 4 days of scientific sessions
  • 1500+ submitted abstracts
  • 5000+ healthcare professionals from 100+ countries
  • 1800m² of exhibition
  • 22 satellite symposia

 ‭(Hidden)‬ Some images from last year's congress

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Important dates
Abstract submission period
Mid October 2014 -
20 January 2015
Early Registration ends
17 April 2015
Late Fee Registration ends
18 May 2015 
21 - 24 June 2015