• HRC2022
  • 9 - 11 Oct 2022

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Sessions

09:30 - 11:00 Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia 1 - Guideline Update: Whats new/Meet the authors? Hall 8a
09:30 - 11:00 Masterclass Devices 1 - The latest evidence... Hall 8b
09:30 - 13:15 Oral Abstracts 1 Hall 7b
11:45 - 13:15 Ablation and Pacing in the light of APAF-CRT Hall 8a
11:45 - 13:15 ICD: Practical How to Session Hall 8b
11:45 - 13:15 Remote monitoring management - efficiency and value Hall 10b
11:45 - 19:00 EP Traces Course Hall 7a
14:30 - 16:00 Nurses 1 Hall 7b
14:30 - 16:00 Arrhythmia Alliance and British Society of Heart Failure Joint Session - HF and AF the chicken or the egg? Hall 8a
14:30 - 16:00 EP Masterclass 1 Hall 8b
16:45 - 18:15 BHRS Research Session - BHRS Multicentre Trials Group Hall 7b
16:45 - 18:15 A practical approach to heart failure management Hall 8a
16:45 - 18:15 Device Infection Session Hall 8b

Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia 1 - Guideline Update: Whats new/Meet the authors? - Hall 8a - 09:30 - 11:00

Chair: Dr Alistair Slade Truro, UK
09:30 MRI & CIEDs Dr Charlotte Manisty London, UK
09:45 Managing patients receiving radiotherapy with a cardiac implanted electronic device Prof Jay Wright Liverpool, UK
10:00 2021 ESC Heart failure Guidance: whats new for the CRM specialist? Prof John Cleland London, UK
10:15 2021 ESC cardiac pacing and CRT: Whats new, whats controversial?
10:30 British Heart Rhythm Society Guidelines for the management of patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) around the time of surgery Dr Honey Thomas Northumbria, UK
10:45 Discussion
11:00 Close

Masterclass Devices 1 - The latest evidence... - Hall 8b - 09:30 - 11:00

Chair: Ms Holly Daw, Mr Ian Wright London, UK, London, UK
09:30 The latest evidence for conduction system pacing Dr Honey Thomas Northumbria, UK
09:45 The latest evidence for rate response algorithms
10:00 The latest evidence for intrinsic conduction algorithms Ms Anna Mills Bury St. Edmunds, UK
10:15 The latest evidence for tachycardia programming strategies Mrs Chloe Howard York, UK
10:30 The latest evidence for ATP programming strategies Mr Jamie Walton Birmingham, UK
10:45 The latest evidence for CRT optimisation algorithms
11:00 Close

Oral Abstracts 1 - Hall 7b - 09:30 - 13:15

Further details to come soon

Ablation and Pacing in the light of APAF-CRT - Hall 8a - 11:45 - 13:15

Chair: Prof Derek Connelly Glasgow, UK
11:45 The evidence base for AV nodal ablation and pacemaker implant – what does APAF-CRT ad to the existing evidence? Dr Howard Marshall Birmingham, UK
12:00 Further insights from the APAF-CRT trial
12:15 AV nodal ablation and His bundle pacing: are further trials needed? Dr Zachary Whinnett London, UK
12:30 Debate - Pro - APAF-CRT should be implemented in high-risk patients with heart failure and atrial fibrillation Dr Archie Rao Liverpool, UK
12:45 Debate Con - APAF-CRT should be implemented in high-risk patients with heart failure and atrial fibrillation
13:00 Discussion
13:15 Close

ICD: Practical How to Session - Hall 8b - 11:45 - 13:15

Chair: Mr Ian Wright London, UK
11:45 Deactivate/Reactivate ICD shock therapy
12:15 ATP set up - Tips and tricks Ms Rosie Stone, Mr Steven Martin Manchester, UK, Crowthorne, UK
12:45 Manual delivery of ATP
13:15 Close

Remote monitoring management - efficiency and value - Hall 10b - 11:45 - 13:15

Chair: Mr Ian Pinnell Oxford, UK
11:45 Managing remote monitoring alerts Miss Alice Read Oxford, UK
12:00 Setting up the 'perfect' remote monitoring clinic Mr Ian Pinnell Oxford, UK
12:15 When NOT to remote monitor Prof Dhanunjaya Lakkireddy Kansas, US
12:30 Cost effectiveness and reimbursement
12:45 Remote monitoring and COVID 19
13:00 Value of non-arrhythmia remote monitoring diagnostics Dr Fozia Ahmed Manchester, UK
13:15 Close

EP Traces Course - Hall 7a - 11:45 - 19:00

Chair: Dr Simon Modi, Dr Vishal Luther Liverpool, UK, Liverpool, UK
11:45 Welcome, course objectives and ‘How to approach the unknown tracing’
12:00 EP traces session 1
13:30 Lunch
14:00 EP traces session 2
15:30 Break
15:45 EP traces session 3
17:15 Break
17:30 EP traces session 4
19:00 Close

Nurses 1 - Hall 7b - 14:30 - 16:00

Chair: Mrs Angela Hall, Mrs Sarah Clarke Jersey, UK, Essex, UK
14:30 The emotional and physical effects of using Virtual Reality in cardiology Dr Austin Gibbs Jersey, UK
14:45 ECG workshop Dr David Farwell Essex, UK
15:00 How can we keep AF out of the emergency department?
15:15 The evolving role of the arrhythmia nurse specialist Mrs Catherine Laventure Peterborough, UK
15:30 Psychological support services for patients with arrhythmia Mr Simon Bowles Norwich, UK
15:45 Women and palpitations - the role of hormones and menopause Dr Louise Newson Stratford Upon Avon, UK
16:00 Close

Arrhythmia Alliance and British Society of Heart Failure Joint Session - HF and AF the chicken or the egg? - Hall 8a - 14:30 - 16:00

Chair: Mrs Becky Hyland Wiltshire, UK
14:30 The HF MDT Dr Simon Duckett Stoke-on-Trent, UK
14:45 Palliative care in heart failure Prof Zaheer Yousef Cardiff, UK
15:00 Optimising heart failure medication what is new in the guidelines Mrs Maggie Simpson Glasgow, UK
15:15 AF ablation in heart failure – a sceptic speaks Prof Andrew Clark Hull, UK
15:30 A heart failure consultants perspective on managing VT Dr Dominic Kelly Hampshire, UK
15:45 Devices in elderly heart failure patients Dr Di Barker Stoke-on-Trent, UK
16:00 Close

EP Masterclass 1 - Hall 8b - 14:30 - 16:00

Chair:
14:30 Ablation in the Vein of Marshall Dr Nicholas Derval Bordeaux, FR
14:45 High power, short duration Prof Dhiraj Gupta Liverpool, UK
15:00 High density mapping of AT/atypical flutters
15:15 New strategies in AF ablation Dr Moloy Das Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
15:30 Non-invasive ablation of VT Dr Matthew Bates Middlesbrough, UK
15:45 Discussion
16:00 Close

BHRS Research Session - BHRS Multicentre Trials Group - Hall 7b - 16:45 - 18:15

Chair: Prof Pier Lambiase London, UK
16:45 BHF Clinical Research Collaborative-Update and new developments Mrs Allyson Arnold London, UK
17:00 How to use Wearable Technolgy for Arrhythmia Research Prof Dominik Linz Maastricht, NL
17:15 How to run a successful Clinical Research EP lab
17:30 Optimal Trial Designs for Trials of Clinical Practice
17:45 The nitty gritty of EP clinical trials research-How to get it done Prof Prapa Kanagaratnam London, UK
18:00 Discussion
18:15 Close

A practical approach to heart failure management - Hall 8a - 16:45 - 18:15

Chair: Dr Patricia Campbell Northern Ireland, UK
16:45 SGLT inhibitors in heart failure - who, when and how? Prof Mark Petrie Glasgow, UK
17:00 Data from devices - can it help heart failure care? Dr Fozia Ahmed Manchester, UK
17:15 Acute management of decompensated heart failure with atrial fibrillation
17:30 The multi-disciplinary heart failure team - what is the role of the arrhythmia specialist? Dr Geraint Morton Portsmouth, UK
17:45 How can an ICC (inherited cardiomyopathy clinic) benefit my patient with cardiomyopathy and arrhythmia?
18:00 Which patients with heart failure and arrythmia need advanced heart failure care? Dr Adam McDiarmid Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
18:15 Close

Device Infection Session - Hall 8b - 16:45 - 18:15

Chair:
16:45 Treatment of CIED infections – How are we doing in North America? Dr Sean Pokorney Duke, US
16:55 A Review of the EHRA Recommendations on CIED Infection Prof Carina Blomstrom-Lundqvist Uppsala, SE
17:05 Preventiing CIED infection
17:15 Improving Survival after CIED Infection & Treatment Prof Christopher Rinaldi London, UK
17:25 Surgical Management of the CIED Pocket – An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
17:35 Panel Discussion
18:15 Close

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