EP National Cardiac Societies / EP Working Groups in the EHRA Network
Over the years, EHRA has developed a strong network, collaborating with 60 EP working groups/associations in 56 of the 57 ESC member countries.
The EHRA National Cardiac Societies Committee, along with the EHRA e-Communications Committee, have the pleasure to showcase a new EP National Cardiac Society (NCS) or EP working group (WG) in the EHRA network!
This initiative highlights the efforts and activities of these partner organisations and promotes the interaction between the various EP NCS/WG and EHRA.
Read about the Heart Rhythm Group of the Dutch Society of Cardiology, its many activities and its accomplishments.
If you wish to have your EP NCS/WG featured too, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The EHRA Summit
Every year EHRA invites all the representatives of the National Cardiac Societies and working groups of arrhythmias, electrophysiology and pacing to discuss a specific topic.
The 2023 summit took place in Madrid, Spain on 8 and 9 June.
The 2022 summit took place in-person, in Zagreb, Croatia.
The 2021 summit took place online on 17 June.
Other Collaborative Initiatives
This collaborative course will tackle cardiac arrhythmia management and cardiac electrophysiology for cardiologists involving international key opinion leaders and EHRA faculty.
It will take place in Astana, Kazakhstan on 13 and 14 October 2023.
Sessions organised jointly between EHRA and EP National Cardiac Societies (NCS)/associations/working groups (WG) are regularly organised throughout the year.
These joint sessions take place during the annual national congress or meeting of the EP working group, association, or the NCS in the case where the working group does not have its own annual meeting.
Please carefully read the new rules (updated Sept 2023) to find out about the eligibility criteria and application process.
Application deadline: 16 October.
The White Book
The EHRA Summit pointed out the need to standardise health resources by promoting knowledge of the status and bringing it to the attention of all public authorities. EHRA decided to publish, the European White Book of Electrophysiology.