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British Heart Rhythm Sessions

State of the Art Education for Arrhythmia Professionals

Registration is now open for the inaugural BHRS Scientific Sessions 2024!

The main conference takes place 27-29 February 2024 with bonus days available to attend too. Taking place at the Midland Hotel, Manchester this BHRS member-exclusive event will provide essential education and updates to all arrhythmia professionals and trainees.

Content focussed on EP ablation, devices, ICC, ACHD and research will be held alongside special sessions for fellows, investigators, cardiac physiologists, nurses and BHRS exam candidates. There is something for all members of the team!

Bonus Training Days

In addition to the main three-day conference, we have three bonus training days available to attend, they are:

  • Hands-On Simulator Training Day – Monday 26th February
  • Arrhythmia Nurses Day – Monday 26th February
  • EP Traces Day – Thursday 29th February

Statement – Junior Doctor Strike – 24- 28th February 2024

In light of the ongoing doctors’ strike, we want to assure you that the upcoming inaugural BHRS Scientific Sessions will proceed as planned from 27-29 February at the Manchester Midland Hotel. We acknowledge the challenges this strike may pose and are committed to ensuring that the conference continues to take place and that our aims and objectives are met.

We recognise the importance of this conference for all participants and stakeholders involved. The topics to be discussed, the knowledge to be shared, and the connections to be made are invaluable and we believe that proceeding with the event is in the interest of everyone involved. Please be assured that we will be taking necessary steps to address any potential challenges that may arise due to the strike action. We are in the process of liaising with our esteemed faculty members regarding the delivery of their presentations and are considering the most efficient ways in which we can engage with those who will inevitably be unable to join us as originally planned.

Further details will be shared during the next weeks, but should you have any queries in the meantime please don’t hesitate to contact the organising secretariat bhrs@millbrookconferences.co.uk

Programme Outline

Bonus Days

After their success in November, the EP Traces Day and Hands-On Simulator Training Day are back by popular demand! The EP Traces Day is perfect for those wanting to hone their EP diagnostic skills and gain a better understanding of EP.

Meanwhile, the Hands-On Simulator Training Day is an intensive day of training in a range of device and EP skills with both core and advanced options available, making it suitable for those at all levels.

Finally, topics for the arrhythmia Nurses Day include; AF surgical pre-admission pathway, NOAH study outcomes, noval antiarrhythmic drugs treatments, AF commissioning, PROMS in AF, autonomic dysfunction and much more! The best part, all of the additional training days are included in your main conference registration fee, so you can join for no extra cost!

Bursaries & Study Leave

If you are a HEE STP or AHP who has had funding refused through your trust, do not despair! We have both travel and accommodation and registration bursaries available. When registering, there is a section on bursaries, complete the information if you feel you qualify and register your place for just £1, and we will be in touch to confirm eligibility and request evidence of funding refusal.

Or, are you awaiting study leave, and worried you’ll miss out on securing a place? We haven’t forgotten about you either. Use the code ‘IMWAITING’ at checkout and you can secure your place on the course for just £1! Then, we’ll be in touch when the registration deadline approaches to confirm your place on the course. If study leave is accepted, we can charge the full course fee at this time, or, if your funding has been refused, you can send in evidence of refusal, and we will see if you are eligible for a bursary. Easy!

Thank You To Our Sponsors

Call for Abstracts

We are pleased to invite you to submit abstracts to showcase your work in the field of arrhythmias and implantable devices. The closing date has been extended to 5pm, 5th January 2024.  The work will be presented at the inaugural British Heart Rhythm Sessions on 27th-29th February 2024 in Manchester.  Those eligible can also enter our Young Investigator Award.

Symposium Session Video Recordings (March 2023)

We’re pleased to announce that all the talks, presentations, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions from the BHRS Symposium in March 2023 are now available in the ‘member only’ BHRS Video Library.  The ‘members only’ video library can be found under the ‘EDUCATION’ menu on the website. You must be logged in view this section of the website.

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