EHRA Training Fellowships are offered to give physicians the opportunity to gain specialised training in clinical electrophysiology (EP) in an ESC Member Country preferably outside their home country. From September 2021, for individuals and centre, the application process will be open in 1) Clinical Electrophysiology with emphasis on Catheter Ablation 2) Arrhythmias and Cardiac [...]
About BHRSThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far BHRS has created 137 blog entries.
Please find a list of upcoming EHRA webinars. These are free for EHRA members. Wednesday 22 September 2021 from 18:00 to 19:00 CEST Location of ablation sites and important considerations for CIED therapy Join Prof. Siew Yen Ho and Assoc. Prof. Maxim Didenko Wednesday 20 October 2021 from 18:00 to 19:00 CEST Atrial fibrillation [...]
October 2021 BHRS Examination DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION 1st October - The next BHRS exam is on 20th October 2021 & will be held via Pearson Vue test centres. Registration is open until 1st Oct but the sooner you book the more choice you will have when choosing a test centre. More info & registration [...]
Dr Alistair Slade, Prof Derek Connelly (Chairs), Prof Mark Petrie, Prof Francesco Leyva, Dr Charlotte Manisty, & Prof Gerhard Hindricks will explore historic ICD data, the use of ICDs for heart failure, & the role of cardiac MR in predicting SCD. #BHRSSessions PROGRAMME & REGISTRATION
SAVE THE DATE BHRS Annual General Meeting: Monday 4th October at 17:30 The BHRS Annual General Meeting (AGM) is scheduled to be held on Monday 4th October at 17:30. This years AGM will be held via Zoom. All members are welcome and encouraged to attend. BHRS members will be reminded of the event along with [...]
Webinar: CRT & Heart Failure Management in the COVID-19 Era Wednesday 13th October 2021: 10:00 to 11:40 The COVID pandemic has had a major effect on the way we deliver services in the UK. This webinar will look at some of the issues faced by us all and highlight some of the positive changes [...]
Resources for pregnant cardiologists, their partners and supervisors Produced by the British Cardiovascular Society Working Group on: Improving resources and support for cardiology trainees and consultants during pregnancy, fertility treatment, pregnancy loss & parental leave The BCS working group, with input from representatives from BCIS, BHRS, radiology, occupational health and human resources have compiled [...]
BHF CRC Consultancy Support with CTUs The BHF CRC offer UK researchers the opportunity to consult with a leading CTU to address questions in, and refine the design of, research projects. Eligible projects must be towards the later stages of development (rather than conceptual) and be of sufficient scale or merit that they will [...]
Heart Rhythm Congress 2021 3 - 6 October 2021 - Registration NOW OPEN Heart Rhythm Congress 2021 (HRC 2021) — all at a touch of a button, available on-demand at a time to suit you no matter where you are in the world — is for all those interested in expanding their knowledge of [...]
Open consultation for the 2021 Joint UK Societies Guideline for the Management of Patients who Arrest in the Cardiac Catheterisation LaboratoryBHRS2021-08-19T07:45:43+00:00
Invitation for Feedback Open consultation for the 2021 Joint UK Societies Guideline for the Management of Patients who Arrest in the Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory The BHRS is proud to be part of this joint taskforce which is working on guidelines for the management of patients who arrest in the Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory. This is [...]