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BHF Innovation Funding

2022-11-01T11:29:24+00:00

BHF Innovation Fund Open for Funding BHF has established a Healthcare Innovation Fund to support the testing and evaluation of innovative approaches to the delivery of improved services for patients with cardiovascular disease. The way the Fund will operate will be through Expressions of Interest (EoI) in the first instance. The proposals outlined in [...]

BHF Innovation Funding2022-11-01T11:29:24+00:00

BHRS Survey: Conferences & Meetings

2022-10-29T07:54:15+00:00

BHRS SURVEY: Conferences & Meetings BHRS is planning to hold its own annual conference and educational events. We would love to hear your views about Cardiac Rhythm Management conferences to help us with this.  The survey should take no more than a couple of minutes.  This survey is open to BHRS members and any [...]

BHRS Survey: Conferences & Meetings2022-10-29T07:54:15+00:00

Webinars: How to practically provide MRI for cardiac device patients

2022-10-26T15:19:46+00:00

WEBINAR: How to practically provide MRI for cardiac device patients November & December 2022 The vision of these seminars developed in conjunction with Barts Heart Centre is to ensure that patients with cardiac devices have safe and equal access to MRI scanning technology.  Abbott are supporting free registration. A series of four 60-minute webinars [...]

Webinars: How to practically provide MRI for cardiac device patients2022-10-26T15:19:46+00:00

BHRS Symposium

2022-10-28T11:34:53+00:00

SAVE THE DATE Royal College of Physicians, London on 28th March 2023 Next year we will be holding a symposium at the Royal College of Physicians, London on 28th March 2023. This will be pitched at experienced professionals working in arrhythmia and device cardiology with state-of-the-art updates across the field. More details to follow [...]

BHRS Symposium2022-10-28T11:34:53+00:00

BHRS Exam Training Webinar

2022-10-08T19:50:18+00:00

BHRS Examination Training Friday 14th October 2022 - 1pm to 4pm The Accreditation Team would like to extend the complimentary exam training session to all BHRS members. This free session is for candidates and anyone wishing to (or thinking about) taking the BHRS examination in the future. The session includes an EGM session and [...]

BHRS Exam Training Webinar2022-10-08T19:50:18+00:00

Explainer Document (BHRS, AA, HRC)

2022-10-08T13:20:51+00:00

British Heart Rhythm Society, the Arrhythmia Alliance and Heart Rhythm Congress – an Explainer British Heart Rhythm Society The British Heart Rhythm Society (BHRS) is an organisation of health care professionals engaged in the diagnosis, management and research of heart rhythm disorders. The Society is the current iteration of the main group representing those health [...]

Explainer Document (BHRS, AA, HRC)2022-10-08T13:20:51+00:00

Election Results: BHRS Council

2022-10-06T15:17:17+00:00

BHRS Council Election Results 2022 We are incredibly pleased to welcome the following new members onto BHRS Council; Physiologist Representatives: Amy Dutton Phil Durkin Chloe Howard Nurse Representatives: Bridgette Smith Anya Murray Welcome back to Doctor Representatives, Ross Hunter and Ashley Nisbet who were re-elected for a second term.  Paul Foley was also re-elected [...]

Election Results: BHRS Council2022-10-06T15:17:17+00:00

BHF CRC Research Development Fund – Open for funding

2022-10-03T10:22:42+00:00

BHF CRC Research Development Fund Open for Funding The aim of this fund is to support the development of ideas or gather pilot data in preparation for a larger clinical study program. Examples might include: Assessment of clinical research priorities (including service user reviews) Systematic reviews Grant targeting and preparation Collecting meaningful pilot data [...]

BHF CRC Research Development Fund – Open for funding2022-10-03T10:22:42+00:00

UK Expert Consensus Statement for the Optimal Use and Clinical Utility of Leadless Pacing Systems

2022-10-03T19:08:06+00:00

This consensus statement highlights UK implantation experts' opinions on the optimal use and clinical utility of leadless pacing systems. VIEW STATEMENT

UK Expert Consensus Statement for the Optimal Use and Clinical Utility of Leadless Pacing Systems2022-10-03T19:08:06+00:00

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