Members are invited to register for the Scientific Sessions three weeks prior to nonmembers. Submit your application by December 21 to receive a registration invitation before nonmembers are invited to the Sessions.
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Application Advanced Mapping and Ablation Technologies (Activity Expired)15264
The session will explore the newer technologies that exist for mapping and ablating some of the common, and less common, substrates that may be treated in the pediatric and adult electrophysiology laboratory.
30 Years Of Ablation (Activity Expired)15265
This session is an historical journey through early DC ablation up to modern electroporative, automatic, and non-thermal ablation techniques, reviewed by a pioneer and expert in the field of interventional electrophysiology.
New Technologies for AF Ablation: Do They Add Value? (Activity Expired)15266
Emphasizing the limitations of current atrial mapping and ablation techniques and where improvement is needed.
The Douglas P. Zipes Lecture is awarded to an individual who has made a significant and unique contribution to the field of cardiac pacing and electrophysiology as a basic scientist.
The lectureship will be awarded to a prominent member of the heart rhythm community, either nationally or internationally
Members are invited to register for the Scientific Sessions three weeks prior to nonmembers. Submit your application by December 14 to receive a registration invitation before former Scientific Sessions attendees.
Fellows of the Heart Rhythm Society (FHRS) are invited to register for the Scientific Sessions two weeks prior to the general membership. Submit your FHRS application by September 30 to be considered in time to get the VIP registration announcement.
Members are invited to register three weeks prior to nonmembers. Submit your application by December 7 to be considered in time to get the member registration announcement.
The Eric N. Prystowsky Lectureship Award is awarded to an individual who has made a significant and unique contribution to the field of clinical electrophysiology as a clinical scientist.
The Joan and Douglas P. Zipes Publication of the Year Award has been established to honor the seminal article published in HeartRhythm each year that most contributed to major advances in understanding and/or treating cardiac arrhythmias.
The awards are presented to investigators within three years of completion of training judged to have published the best clinical and basic research articles in HeartRhythm.
The Heart Rhythm Society Young Investigator Award (YIA) Subcommittee, which is part of the Scientific Sessions Program Committee and is comprised of senior researchers, clinicians, and scientists, reviews all submissions for the competition. The Subcommittee then selects six finalists to present their work during the Heart Rhythm Annual Scientific Sessions.
The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) released a first-of-its-kind consensus statement in the United States on indications of patients who undergo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and radiation exposure with cardiovascular implantable electronic devices (CIEDs). The expert writing group presented the recommendations included in the 2017 HRS Expert Consensus Statement on Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Radiation Exposure in Patients with Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices today at Heart Rhythm 2017, the Heart Rhythm Society’s 38th Annual Scientific Sessions.
Today, the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) in joint partnership with the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA), European Cardiac Arrhythmia Society (ECAS), Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society (APHRS), and Sociedad Latinoamericana de Estimulación Cardíaca y Electrofisiología (SOLAECE) issued an international consensus statement that provides a state-of-the-art review of the indications, techniques, and outcomes of catheter and surgical ablation of atrial fibrillation (AF). The 2017 HRS/EHRA/ECAS/APHRS/SOLAECE Expert Consensus Statement on Catheter and Surgical Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation, first issued in 2007, and again in 2012, represents a state-of-the art review of the field of catheter and surgical ablation of AF. This document is a complete and comprehensive revision of the 2012 statement and was presented today at Heart Rhythm 2017, the Heart Rhythm Society’s 38th Annual Scientific Sessions.
Today, Heart Rhythm 2017, the Heart Rhythm Society’s (HRS) 38th Annual Scientific Sessions, kicks off at McCormick Place in Chicago where leading clinicians, scientists, researchers, educators and innovators from around the world present and discuss groundbreaking research for the care of cardiac arrhythmias. The theme of this year’s meeting is “Together We Can” to reinforce the importance of global collaboration to propel the field of electrophysiology (EP) forward.
A new study shows that the use of a wearable cardioverter defibrillator (WCD) is safe and effective in treating ventricular arrhythmias for pediatric patients who are at risk for sudden cardiac death (SCD). The study represents the largest pediatric patient population to date when evaluating the WCD as a therapy option. The findings of the study were presented today at Heart Rhythm 2017, the Heart Rhythm’s 38th Annual Scientific Sessions.
A new study shows that the Apple Watch's heart rate sensor, when paired with an artificial intelligence-based algorithm, can detect a serious and often symptomless heart arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation (AF). The new research uses a deep neural network based on photoplethysmographic (PPG) sensors commonly found in smart watches. The results of this study were presented today at Heart Rhythm 2017, the Heart Rhythm Society’s 38th Annual Scientific Sessions.
March 9, 2017—Syncope has many causes and clinical presentations; the incidence depends on the population being evaluated. The purpose of this ACC/AHA/HRS guideline is to provide contemporary, accessible, and succinct guidance on the management of adult and pediatric patients with suspected syncope.
This award promotes excellence in clinical research by recognizing an early career researcher with the highest scoring abstract from select sub-categories in the Clinical Electrophysiology & Catheter Ablation abstract category.
To promote excellence in clinical research by recognizing the fellow with the highest scoring abstract in the Clinical Electrophysiology & Catheter Ablation abstract category.
Heart Rhythm 2016, the Heart Rhythm Society’s (HRS) 37th Annual Scientific Sessions and this year’s leading conference on cardiac arrhythmias, commences at the Moscone Center. The meeting focuses on the importance of collaboration to propel the field of cardiac pacing and electrophysiology (EP) forward. HRS is the only organization that brings together the world’s leading clinicians, scientists and allied health professionals to help end death and suffering from heart rhythm disorders.
This is the final opportunity to become a member in time to take advantage of the member discount rate for Heart Rhythm 2013. Registration rates increase by up to $100 when the advance registration rate expires. Submit your application early to be considered in time to register before onsite registration rates take effect.
Rates increase by up to $100 when the early registration rate expires. Submit your application early to be considered in time to register before advance registration rates take effect.
To be considered for this award, you must be a fellow currently in a training program or no more than one year out of fellowship training as of May 2018. You must also indicate your interest in applying for this award during the regular abstract submission period (October 7-December 2, 2016). In late January, after abstracts have gone through the peer-review process, the submitting authors of the top five highest scoring abstracts will be sent an award application to complete, as along with an eligibility form to be signed by their training directors. Once the awards review process has been completed and all authors have been notified in February of the status of their abstracts, the winner of the award will be announced.
February 1, 2015 - The Heart Rhythm Society convened a forum of stakeholders in medical device innovation in conjunction with the 2015 Heart Rhythm Society Annual Scientific Sessions. The forum facilitated open discussion on medical device innovation, including obstacles to physician involvement and possible solutions. This report is based on the themes that emerged.
The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) encourages and supports the efforts of early career electrophysiologists and other heart rhythm professionals to participate in the Society’s activities. To that end, the Heart Rhythm Travel Scholarships support participation in the Annual Scientific Sessions with a complimentary registration to Heart Rhythm, up to $1,500 in reimbursement of travel costs paid after the Annual Scientific Sessions, and award presentation at the Heart Rhythm Society VIP Reception.
Members save on registration to the Heart Rhythm Annual Scientific Sessions!
Each year the Heart Rhythm Society recognizes outstanding contributions to the field and to the Society through the Society’s Recognition Awards.
The Nancy L. Stephenson Award for Exemplary Industry/HRS Partnership celebrates an Industry professional who has modeled an exemplary Industry/Heart Rhythm Society relationship and has promoted the advancement of the field!
The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) seeks to recognize and promote excellence in the field of cardiac pacing and electrophysiology. HRS offers a variety of awards and scholarships for heart rhythm professionals at every stage of their careers, from fellow-in-training to seasoned professional.