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The Young EP Committee has been formed to facilitate, enhance and accelerate the development of early career electrophysiologists.
EHRA may organise educational activities and courses in collaboration with other scientific organisations and linked to congresses and events of the latter. The main topic of these events should fall within the mission of EHRA.
Watch live webinars and interact with experts. Answer live MCQs and gain CME credits. Video on demand for all past webinars.
EHRA certification exams aim to provide professional excellence in the field of Invasive Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP), Cardiac Pacing (CP) and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs).
The objective of these fellowship programmes is to promote the development of academic medicine within the field of clinical cardiac electrophysiology.
EHRA courses held in the European Heart House, throughout Europe and around the world.
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the current knowledge in the field of cardiac electrophysiology.
Join Profs. Laurent Fauchier, Giuseppe Boriani and Dr. George Ntaios
Free for everyone
A one day course with interactive case sessions.
This course is now postponed to 10 December
The EP-Europace journal aims to provide an avenue of communication of top quality European and international original scientific work and reviews in the fields of Arrhythmias, Pacing and Cellular Electrophysiology.
A quality label enabling training centres to highlight efficiency and add value to their education. It also certifies the uniformity of educational tools.
Suggested reading and key references in specific areas of Arrhythmias and Heart Rhythm Management
View typical clinical scenarios, discuss findings and test your knowledge through these cases.
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