BHRS Council Elections
British Heart Rhythm Society (BHRS) is looking to recruit new Physician and Physiologist representatives. The following positions on Council fall vacant:
1 x Physician representative
1 x Physiologist representative
If you feel you would like to contribute to the running of your Society, please apply to become a member of Council. This is your opportunity to help shape how BHRS develops whilst gaining excellent experience of becoming involved with influencing national policy and gaining a better understanding of national arrhythmia services.
All posts have a tenure of three years and are renewable for a second term after successful re-election. The Constitution does allow past Council members to apply for these posts.
PLEASE NOTE NOMINATIONS & VOTING IS NOW CLOSED
We welcome interest from anyone who is a current BHRS Ordinary Member and would like to join Council.
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How to Join the BHRS Council
We would encourage you to consider standing. You can click on the below to access the nomination form.
Nominations should be accompanied by a personal statement expressing your vision for BHRS.
The deadline for nomination will be 30th July 2021. Voting will commence on 9th August.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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OUR MEMBERS SAY
British Heart Rhythm Society (BHRS) membership provides up to date information, supports continuing professional development and allows networking opportunities for professionals involved in the provision of high quality arrhythmias care for patients in the UK.
Membership is open to consultants, nurses, physiologists and other allied professionals involved in providing arrhythmia care.
BHRS provides a fantastic central resource so we can share ideas and support each other within arrhythmia care
The BHRS provides an invaluable section specific to Arrhythmia Nurses where we have access to protocols, guidelines, policies, presentations and training opportunities
Its incredibly invaluable to our field to have access to a multidisciplinary council with the ability to raise concerns and voice opinions