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About EHRA

Our mission is to improve the quality of life and reduce sudden cardiac death by limiting the impact of heart rhythm disturbances.


ehra-top-banner.jpgWho We Are

As a branch of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) is the leading network of European Cardiac Rhythm Management. The EHRA is a strong association with more than 3,500 members around the globe, including physicians, arrhythmologists, young electrophysiologists, nurses and allied professionals.

Message from your EHRA President 2018-2020>

What We Do

  • Provide education, recognise quality, stimulate research and advocate before policymakers
  • Ensure the dissemination of knowledge and set standards
  • Provide training and certification to physicians and allied professionals involved in the field of cardiac arrhythmia with a special focus on atrial fibrillation (AF) and electrophysiology (EP)
  • Release international consensus documents and position papers
  • Disseminate high-quality, unbiased, evidence-based, scientific information that promotes quality care for patients with AF via a website in eight languages: 

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EHRA 2020

Upcoming Deadlines:

Late-Breaking Trials: 8 January

Early Registration: 3 February

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EP Europace

Ranked as the most influential EP journal, with a record-breaking Impact Factor of 6.1 in 2018, EP Europace is the leading journal in the fields of arrhythmias, pacing and cellular electrophysiology. 

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Call for Elections: EHRA Executive Board 2020-2022

Elections will take place in 2020.

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