The content combines theoretical lectures, troubleshooting case presentations and mock exams.
EHRA Members benefit from reduced registration fee for this course.
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Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen Vienna
Rennweg 161030 WienAustria
Tel: +43 (1) 206 33-0
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The programme will provide comprehensive coverage of scientific knowledge related to the up-to-date clinical use of devices.
The course includes interactive sessions focused on the application of guidelines in daily practice, review of relevant clinical trials, in-depth discussion of clinical cases as well as device troubleshooting exercises.
Participants should have some experience with device follow-up to attend this course. The information provided will serve as a structured basis for the preparation of the EHRA certification exam on 17 March 2018 during the EHRA 2018 Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
For physicians and fellows who deal with cardiac Pacing, ICD and cardiac arrhythmias and who wish to acquire more knowledge in Cardiac Pacing, ICD and Cardiac Resynchronisation.
Up to 6 weeks prior to the course and upon receipt of a written cancellation, a refund of fees, minus a 25% of administrative charge, will be processed. No refund will be granted if the cancellation is done less than 6 weeks before the course start date. In the event of the cancellation of a course by the ESC, the full registration fee will be refunded. The ESC is not liable for any cost incurred by the cancellation of accommodation and travel arrangements.
The ESC reserves the right to cancel any of its Educational Programmes up to 2 months prior to the programme starting date. The ESC will not reimburse any travel or accommodation costs incurred by registered participants in the event of a programme cancellation under any circumstances.
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