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Women in Electrophysiology

In the continuity of the ESC "Women at Heart" Initiative (launched in 2005), EHRA seeks to emphasise on the unique aspects of female gender in patients with cardiac arrhythmias and in health care professionals working in electrophysiology.


Join the network

The EHRA aims also at identifying and connecting female professionals working in the field of electrophysiology. In order to do so, the EHRA is building up a strong network of Female EP experts. This network also helps the EHRA in identifying professionals who would be interested in scientific exposure and who can therefore be invited to participate in Congresses and other scientific events.

Today, 200 women experts currently form the EHRA Women in EP Scientific Network.

To join, please fill in this short questionnaire

Join us


Women in EP Survey

In order to better understand the needs of the female EP community, the Women in EP Committee conducted in October 2014 a survey among female members of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

Check out the results here

A resources folder on radiation exposure is also available

Radiation Exposure Bibliography
Soon available a document for sex differences in clinical arrhythmias