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Our mission is to improve the quality of life and reduce sudden cardiac death by limiting the impact of heart rhythm disturbances.
More about EHRA
EHRA maintains a high standard of professional excellence among cardiologists specialised in Pacing and Arrhythmias, offering many courses, grants, webinars and e-learning.
EHRA strives to constantly initiate or take part in the latest researches and studies that respond to unmet needs in Cardiac Rhythm and Pacing, Arrhythmias as well as Atrial Fibrillation.
Join EHRA, the vibrant community of experts in Arrhythmias and Electrophysiology.
EHRA organises a broad range of meetings and an annual congress meant to bring you the latest in the field of Arrhythmias.
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17-19 March, Lisbon - Portugal
EHRA strives to increase awareness and inform patients, families, and caregivers about CVD
The New EHRA Board will be announced on 28 Aug during EHRA GA during ESC Congress.
E-voting: until 16 August
This year's topic: "How can education survive in a changing landscape? Threats and solutions at an international, national, and institutional level".
Watch live webinars and interact with experts. Answer live MCQs and gain CME credits. Video on demand for all past webinars.
The world's largest cardiovascular congress
A 1.5 days course of intensive teaching including case discussions with top international experts, possibility to meet the experts during the sessions and beyond and three top key note lectures. Main topics: How to manage athletes with heart problems & cardiac disease and implications for sports eligibility.
This course is endorsed by EHRA and EACVI.
Presentation of advanced mapping, ablation techniques & technologies.
Presentation of advanced mapping and ablation techniques and technologies.
European Society of Cardiology
European Heart HouseLes Templiers2035 Route des CollesCS 80179 Biot
06903, Sophia Antipolis, France
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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