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EuroHeartCare 2017

Browse the Scientific Programme & Planner (SP&P) and search for sessions at EuroHeartCare 2017.

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Workshops

In addition to the main Scientifiic Programme the workshops are a great added benefit.



CPR Workshops

Resuscitate your skills and take part in the EuroHeartCare 2017 - CPR Competition!

Get the latest CPR information from the Swedish Resuscitation Council (SRC) and methodology from Ryhov Hospital in a self-practice area and then test your skills against other delegates!

The competition will consist of performing single rescuer basic CPR (adult) for a 2-minute-period.

Date & Time: “drop-in” workshops from 08.30-16.30 on Friday the 19 May and from 08.30-14.30 on Saturday 20 May.

Attendees must be registered to attend the EuroHeartCare Congress.

More details will be announced soon.

Pre-Conference Practice Workshop

ECG Interpretation workshop

Date: Thursday 18 May

Time: 16:00-19:00

Location: Spira Cultural Centre, Jonkoping

Registration for this workshop is available through the online congress registration system at an additional cost of €50. Maximum 40 places available on a first come first served basis. Attendees must also be registered to attend the EuroHeartCare Congress.

Overview – This ECG workshop is aimed at anyone who wishes to develop or consolidate their ECG interpretation skills. Whilst some of the content in the workshop will focus on ECG abnormalities that can be quite challenging, the workshop will be able
to meet a range of needs and experience in ECG interpretation; from those relatively new to the topic, to those with more experience.

Goals of this pre-conference workshop

  • To provide an opportunity to develop a systematic approach to the interpretation of the ECG
  • To explore common but difficult challenges in ECG interpretation
  • To recognise important ECG warning signs

Content

  • A facilitator led presentation will demonstrate a systematic approach to the interpretation of the 12 Lead ECG and discuss tips and pitfalls in diagnosing abnormalities
  • Common but difficult challenges in ECG interpretation will be explored including mimics of Coronary Heart Disease, ECG markers of arrhythmogenic conditions, arrhythmias, and conduction problems
  • Guided practice of ECG interpretation and diagnosis with example ECG’s
  • ECG quiz

Pre-Conference Research Workshop

Publishing your articles with impact and influence

Date: Thursday 18 May

Time: 16:00-19:00

Location: Spira Cultural Centre, Jonkoping

Registration for this workshop is available through the online congress registration system at an additional cost of €50. Maximum 40 places available on a first come first served basis. Attendees must also be registered to attend the EuroHeartCare Congress.

Goals of this pre-conference workshop

To increase knowledge about impact and influence of scientific publications

To exchange international experiences of publishing and promoting research cardiac care

To increase the impact of the research in the field of cardiac care

Content

Part 1: Impact and influence:
  • What is impact factor, what are new metrics to measure impact (e.g altmetric)
  • Introductions and presentation from ”the editors”
  • Tips and tricks from the editors
  • Tips and trips from the publisher on how to make your work visible
Part 2: Submitting and reviewing
  • Tips and tricks submitting and reviewing manuscripts
  • How to handle reviewers comments (do’s and don’t’s)
Part 3: Open discussion and interactions with the audience
  • Who had their paper rejected?
  • What did you do next?
  • What did others do?
  • What worked? What didn’t? etc.
  • Panel discussion with the audience etc
Part 4: Networking

Plus the possibility to book consultation with the editorial team from EJCN (based in Linköping, Sweden) and SAGE