On behalf of the EHRA Board, we are delighted to announce that – EHRA 2022 - will welcome you back from 3 to 5 April 2022:
Onsite in Copenhagen, Denmark and online – around the world!
EHRA 2022, the annual meeting of the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) brings together scientists, healthcare professionals and other players involved in arrhythmia management from all around the world.
The onsite event will provide an exciting return
to networking, meeting face to face and enjoying the thrill of discovering,
learning, and sharing together in-person, whilst respecting the highest
sanitary measures for your comfort and safety.
More than 80 scientific sessions will be available onsite in Copenhagen along with practical tutorials and unique networking opportunities.
To cater to the needs of our entire community, some sessions will be streamed live from Copenhagen, for those unable to travel, with exclusive opportunities to ask your questions to the experts, interact with colleagues and attend the abstract discussion rooms where presenters will share innovative research.
The theme of this year’s edition is: BACK TO THE RHYTHM
The programme will include an update of ablation of atrial fibrillation and ventricular arrhythmias, with a focus on new techniques. In addition key opinion leaders will provide you with all the news about physiologic pacing, ICDs for sudden cardiac death prevention and how to avoid complications during our procedures. Digital health is becoming more and more important, but what data are available ? We will inform you about the role of wearables, remote monitoring and artificial intelligence and their role for personalized medicine in patients with arrhythmias.
The call for abstract will be open from 6 October 2021 until 5 January 2022, we look forward to receiving your latest findings to be shared and discussed with the community.
On behalf of the EHRA Board, we look forward to meeting you again in person in Copenhagen for an exciting EHRA 2022!
Prof. Isabelle C Van Gelder
Prof. Tom de Potter
EHRA Scientific Programme Vice-Chairperson