• HRC2022
  • 9 - 11 Oct 2022

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Sessions

09:30 - 18:15 AF Association Symposia 1 & 2 - Pre Recorded Session Hall 7b
09:30 - 11:00 Guideline Update: What's new in the arrhythmia world? - Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia 1 Hall 8a
09:30 - 11:00 Masterclass Devices 1 - The latest evidence... Hall 8b
09:30 - 13:15 Oral Abstracts 1 - Allied and Service Development / Arrhythmia Clinical Hall 11b
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 11a
14:30 - 16:00 Nurses Session 1 Hall 11b
14:30 - 16:00 HF and AF the chicken or the egg? Arrhythmia Alliance and British Society of Heart Failure Joint Session Hall 8a
14:30 - 16:00 EP Masterclass 1 Hall 8b
16:45 - 17:15 Arrhythmia Nurses - Shared decision making in AF ablation - Biosense Webster Hall 10b
16:45 - 18:15 BHRS Multicentre Trials Group Hall 11b
16:45 - 18:15 A practical approach to heart failure management Hall 8a
16:45 - 18:30 Device Infection - how are we doing? Hall 8b

AF Association Symposia 1 & 2 - Pre Recorded Session - Hall 7b - 09:30 - 18:15

Chair: Prof Ben Freedman, Prof Jeroen Hendriks Sydney, AU, Maastricht, NL; Adelaide, AU
AF Detection in different context - How do we get it right for the local population?
What works for whom in AF screening - A realist review Dr Coral Hanson Edinburgh, UK
AF Screening in indigenous populations Mr Suud Nahdi Sydney, AU
Rural screening for AF Dr Jessica Orchard Sydney, AU
Pharmacy based AF screening Prof Filipa Alves da Costa Lisbon, PT
AF detection in Vaccine Clinics Dr Nithya Nanda, Mrs Trudie Lobban, MBE Slough, UK, Winchester, UK
Discussion
Chair: Prof Dhiraj Gupta, Prof Sanjiv Narayan Liverpool, UK, Palo Alto, US
Correct Drugs vs Ablation
Do the outcomes of early rhythm control with catheter ablation extend to patients with persistent AF too? Prof Dhiraj Gupta Liverpool, UK
The impact of anti-arrhythmic drugs on Atrial fibrillation burden Prof Paulus Kirchhof Hamburg, DE
The role of omega-3 fatty acids in atrial fibrillation management Dr Christine Albert Los Angeles, US
Machine Learning to Guide Ablation and Drug Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation Prof Sanjiv Narayan Palo Alto, US
What does Surgical Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation add to Catheter Ablation? Dr David DeLurgio Atlanta, US
Future Trials to Advance Ablation Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation Dr Atul Verma Toronto, CA

Guideline Update: What's new in the arrhythmia world? - Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia 1 - Hall 8a - 09:30 - 11:00

Chair: Dr Alistair Slade, Dr Andrew Turley Truro, UK, Middlesbrough, 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: what's new for the CRM specialist? Prof John Cleland London, UK
10:15 2021 ESC cardiac pacing and CRT: What's new, what's controversial? Dr Andrew Turley Middlesbrough, UK
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 Mr Will Procter London, UK
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 Ms Eleri Roberts Manchester, UK
11:00 Close

Oral Abstracts 1 - Allied and Service Development / Arrhythmia Clinical - Hall 11b - 09:30 - 13:15

Chair: Mr James Billham, Dr Richard Ang London, UK, London, UK
Allied and Service Development
09:30 OUTCOMES FROM A LOW BIVENTRICULAR PACING MDT SERVICE Bethan Jones London, UK
09:45 IMPROVING ADOPTION OF EVIDENCE-BASED IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATOR PROGRAMMING - A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE Parisha Khan London, UK
10:00 AUDITING THE CLINICAL ACCURACY OF REVEAL LINQ INTERPRETATION VIA EXTERNAL ANALYSIS PROVIDER FOCUS Daniel Walker Wolverhampton, UK
10:15 INCIDENCE AND TYPE OF ALERTS FOR LOW VOLTAGE DEVICES - A 12-MONTH HIGH VOLUME CENTRE EXPERIENCE FROM A DE-NOVO DEPLOYMENT Amy Wharmby London, UK
10:30 INCREASED ACTIVITY TARGETS REMOTE MONITORING FOR ALL PATIENTS SAME WORKFORCE NO CAPITAL FUNDING. HOW WILL THIS DEVICE CLINIC COPE? Zoe Carter London, UK
10:45 AF VIRTUAL WARD - THE WAY FORWARD Susanne Armstrong Leicester, UK
11:00 Break
Chair: Dr Michael Koa-Wing, Dr Milena Leo London, UK, Portsmouth, UK
Arrhythmia Clinical
11:45 THE IMPACT OF FRAILTY ON ATRIAL FIBRILLATION ABLATION OUTCOMES Christopher Uy Eastbourne, UK
12:00 ARRHYTHMIA ALLIANCE PATIENT SURVEY: REMOTE CARE WHAT IS THE IMPACT ON FOLLOW-UP? Mrs Trudie Lobban, MBE Winchester, UK
12:15 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE-ENABLED ELECTROCARDIOGRAM TO DISTINGUISH ATRIOVENTRICULAR RE-ENTRANT TACHYCARDIA FROM ATRIOVENTRICULAR NODAL RE-ENTRANT TACHYCARDIA Arunashis Sau London, UK
12:30 EFFECTS OF SODIUM-GLUCOSE COTRANSPORTER-2 INHIBITORS ON VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS OR SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH: A PROPENSITY SCORE-MATCHED POPULATION-BASED STUDY Khalid Bin Waleed London, UK
12:45 ARE CONSUMER-GRADE ECG DEVICES AS GOOD AS A 12 LEAD ECG? A COMPARISON OF THE APPLE WATCH SERIES 6 KARDIAMOBILE 6L AND WITHINGS SCANWATCH WITH THE 12 LEAD ECG Stewart Brown Taunton, UK
13:00 VIRTUAL WARDS - A FUTURISTIC INSIGHT INTO ATRIAL FIBRILLATION CARE Ahmed Kotb Leicester, UK
13:15 Close

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 Prof Michele Brignole Milan, IT
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 Dr Kieran Docherty Glasgow, UK
13:00 Discussion
13:15 Close

ICD practical: How to... session - Hall 8b - 11:45 - 13:15

Chair: Ms Eleri Roberts, Mr Ian Wright Manchester, UK, London, UK
11:45 Deactivate/Reactivate ICD shock therapy Ms Fiona Challoner West Midlands, UK
12:15 ATP set up - Tips and tricks Ms Rosie Stone, Mr Steven Martin Manchester, UK, Crowthorne, UK
12:45 Manual delivery of ATP Mr Phil Durkin Leeds, UK
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 Dr Paul Foley Swindon, UK
12:45 Remote monitoring and COVID 19 Ms Yanosha Janagan London, UK
13:00 Value of non-arrhythmia remote monitoring diagnostics Dr Fozia Ahmed Manchester, UK
13:15 Close

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

Chair: Dr Adam Graham, Dr Simon Modi, Dr Vishal Luther Eastbourne, UK, 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 Session 1 - Hall 11b - 14:30 - 16:00

Chair: Mrs Angela Hall, Mrs Catherine Laventure, Mrs Sarah Clarke Jersey, UK, Peterborough, 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? Ms Cathryn Hall Sussex, UK
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

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

Chair: Mrs Becky Hyland , Dr Ian Loke Wiltshire, UK, Leicester, 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: Prof Ross Hunter London, UK
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 Prof Ross Hunter London, UK
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

Arrhythmia Nurses - Shared decision making in AF ablation - Biosense Webster - Hall 10b - 16:45 - 17:15

Chair: Mrs Angela Griffiths Oxford, UK
Discussing ablation as a treatment option
Ablation: what happens in the catheter lab?
Supporting patients post-ablation
Close

BHRS Multicentre Trials Group - Hall 11b - 16:45 - 18:15

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

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

Chair: Dr Geraint Morton, Dr Patricia Campbell Portsmouth, UK, 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 Dr Simon Duckett Stoke-on-Trent, UK
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? Dr Zachary Laksman Vancouver, CA
18:00 Which patients with heart failure and arrhythmia need advanced heart failure care? Dr Adam McDiarmid Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
18:15 Close

Device Infection - how are we doing? - Hall 8b - 16:45 - 18:30

Chair: Dr Bruce Wilkoff, Dr Jonathan Piccini Cleveland, US, Durham, US
17:45 Arrhythmia Alliance and Mended Hearts Survey - To Highlight Patient Understanding of the Risk of Device Infection Mrs Trudie Lobban, MBE Winchester, UK
16:45 Challenges in the diagnosis & Treatment of Cardiac Implanted Electronic Device Infections Dr Jonathan Piccini Durham, US
16:55 Treatment of CIED infections – How are we doing in North America? Dr Sean Pokorney Durham, US
17:05 A Review of the EHRA Recommendations on CIED Infection Prof Carina Blomstrom-Lundqvist Uppsala, SE
17:15 Preventing CIED infection Dr Bruce Wilkoff Cleveland, US
17:25 Improving Survival after CIED Infection & Treatment Prof Christopher Rinaldi London, UK
17:35 Surgical Management of the CIED Pocket – An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure Dr Roger Freedman Utah, US
17:55 Panel Discussion
18:30 Close

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