Electrophysiology Fellow – Cardiology: Birmingham


Electrophysiology Fellow - Cardiology (Oct 2023) University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham are looking for a motivated trainee to join us as a Senior EP Fellow from Oct 2023. This is a great opportunity for lots of catheter ablation, device work, extraction, and ICC. Feel free to contact Dr [...]

Electrophysiology Fellow – Cardiology: Birmingham2023-02-03T12:17:05+00:00

NEW: Case Challenge for February 2023


BHRS Case Challenge: February 2023 We are pleased to announce the next BHRS ECG/EGM Challenge with an interesting case entitled: What’s your suspicion on the cause of the change in RV lead parameters? ? This case was contributed by Katie Murray Chief Cardiac Physiologist, East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust. TAKE THE CHALLENGE [...]

NEW: Case Challenge for February 20232023-02-01T09:37:23+00:00

REGISTRATION OPEN: The British Heart Rhythm Symposium


REGISTRATION NOW OPEN The British Heart Rhythm Symposium The first symposium is aimed at experienced professionals working in arrhythmia and device cardiology and will provide state-of-the-art updates across the field. It will be held at The Royal College of Physicians on 28th March 2023. Registration is available to BHRS members only on a first-come, [...]

REGISTRATION OPEN: The British Heart Rhythm Symposium2023-01-28T12:02:12+00:00

Senior Fellow Position: Bournemouth/Southampton


Senior Fellow in Cardiac Electrophysiology Bournemouth/Southampton Opportunities to train in EP and Complex Devices in the Wessex Region based at either University Hospitals Dorset (on the Bournemouth site) or University Hospitals Southampton. Posts are to start in April (UHS ) August (UHD and UHS) 2023 and will be normally be appointed for a duration [...]

Senior Fellow Position: Bournemouth/Southampton2023-01-27T10:11:44+00:00

Arrhythmia Nurse Specialist Competency Framework


DOCUMENT RELEASE Arrhythmia Nurse Specialist Competency Document The Arrhythmia Nurse Competency offers a comprehensive document for Arrhythmia Nurses and presents a wide range and scope of relevant competencies for nurses working in diverse areas and specialty services, within heart rhythm management. Within nursing, competencies remain an integral part of working practices, development and standardisation. [...]

Arrhythmia Nurse Specialist Competency Framework2023-01-23T11:21:25+00:00

UK Cath Lab Consensus Study


UK CATH LAB CONSENSUS STUDY On behalf of Iain Gillingham, Nurse & Researcher at Edinburgh Napier University "My name is Iain Gillingham, I am a nurse and a researcher at Edinburgh Napier University.  I would like to invite you to participate in a research study that I am conducting within Cath Labs in the UK. [...]

UK Cath Lab Consensus Study2023-01-21T16:19:25+00:00

REGISTRATION OPEN: BHRS Examination May 2023


May 2023 BHRS Examination REGISTRATION NOW OPEN Next Exam: Wednesday 17th May 2023 We will hold the next BHRS examination on Wednesday 17th May 2023 (time slots between 8am and midday will be available). The examination will be held via Pearson Vue centres. This means you can choose a Pearson Vue centre local to [...]

REGISTRATION OPEN: BHRS Examination May 20232023-01-16T10:31:39+00:00

Fellowship Position: St. George’s Hospital, London,


Post-CCT fellowship in the Advanced Ventricular Arrhythmia Training and Research (AVATAR) program at St. George’s Hospital, London, UK Recruitment has begun for a fully funded, full-time, salaried post-Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) level, or EU-equivalent, clinical fellowship in Ventricular Arrhythmias at St. George’s Hospital, London, UK. The successful candidate will have the opportunity [...]

Fellowship Position: St. George’s Hospital, London,2023-01-12T19:50:52+00:00

NHS Shared Care for Patients Prescribed Amiodarone


NEW DOCUMENT NHS Shared Care for Patients Prescribed Amiodarone BHRS members need to be aware of this document published in July 2022 which explains the responsibilities of primary and secondary care, and requires formal acceptance of on-going amiodarone monitoring by primary care which may not always be accepted. NHS SHARED CARE PROTOCOL [...]

NHS Shared Care for Patients Prescribed Amiodarone2022-12-21T16:26:04+00:00