A-A HRC 2020 | Launching 27 September
Almost 2000 international faculty and delegates have registered to date for HRC2020 however we are writing to ask that you share the below information with your colleagues around the world to encourage them to register FREE OF CHARGE to access 70+ hours of presentations, recorded and live sessions earning a maximum of 24 CPD points awarded by the Royal College of Physicians.
Please encourage all those involved in healthcare – this really is a meeting not to be missed. There are sessions delivered by EHRA / BHRS / Arrhythmia Alliance / AF Association / STARS (Syncope Trust) / Trainees & Fellows / Pharmacists / Primary Care / Arrhythmia Nurses / Physiologists / industry – something for everyone involved in the care and delivery of arrhythmia services.
Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC) provides unrivalled opportunity for health care professionals interested in the management of arrhythmias to share effective practice, showcase innovation, learn about latest developments and network with UK & international delegates.
A-A HRC2020 will deliver virtual presentations, debates and discussions from the Arrhythmia Alliance Virtual Conference Centre. Mindful of COVID-19 and restrictions of physical meetings, HRC2020 will be delivered from a virtual platform with access to symposia, virtual exhibition booths, private meetings and much more all from the comfort of your office, clinic, home or mobile device.
Over 150 national and international faculty will deliver first-class research, presentations, cases & traces, abstracts and live discussions available to YOU from Sunday 27 September 2020 for 12 months FREE OF CHARGE!
• View presentations on demand at a time to suit you
• Stop/start/revisit recorded presentations for 12 months
• Visit virtual exhibition booths
• Meet others in virtual tech suits
• Watch and listen to the world’s leading experts
• Have the opportunity to ask questions directly to the speakers
• Up to 24 CPD Points have been applied from the Royal College of Physicians
• Eliminate the need to take study/annual leave or travel to and from venues