Heart Rhythm Society education provides premier education courses related to cardiac electrophysiology for both physicians and allied professionals. The Society's certified professional education courses awarding CME/CEU credits are known for their comprehensive content and internationally-recognized faculty members.
EP on Point Webinar Series
The EP on Point webinar series features 20 – 30 minute informative presentations from expert doctors focusing on a diagnosis or treatment option for a targeted disease state within the electrophysiology and larger cardiology fields.
These presentations are free to members of the Heart Rhythm Society and $29 to non-members and will be released periodically throughout the year.
- Optimal ICD Programming for Antitachycardia Pacing
- Stoke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation - Oral Anticoagulants
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Recent News and Updates
2014 – 2015 Research Fellowship Applications
The Heart Rhythm Society has established post-doctoral fellowships in cardiac electrophysiology to encourage research training for individuals interested in basic or clinical research related to heart rhythm issues. Research Fellowships include a one year stipend of $50,000 and complimentary registration to the Heart Rhythm Annual Scientific Sessions. The Heart Rhythm Society is pleased to announce that this fellowship opportunity is now open to international applicants. This year’s application must be completed and submitted via our electronic Research Fellowship submission site prior to 5:00 p.m. ET February 17, 2014.
'Resources.HRSonline.org' Adds SCA Resources
The Heart Rhythm Society’s mobile friendly, interactive portal providing access to HRS provider and patient resources has just added SCA materials. Visit Resources.HRSonline.org to find AFib and SCA resources in one convenient location.
The Heart Rhythm Society, partnering with the American College of Cardiology (ACC) Foundation, bring you two online clinical communities that provide expert insight and education around core topics relevant to routine and advanced cardiovascular practice. These communities engage clinicians in state-of-the art discussions about novel treatment strategies, advancing technologies, and timely research information, and build collaborative communities that facilitate interaction across the clinical spectrum: