• HRC2019
  • 6 - 9 Oct 2019, The ICC, Birmingham UK
08:30 - 10:00 EP Masterclass (1) Hall 10a
08:30 - 10:00 Cases & Traces (1) Hall 8a
08:30 - 10:00 Abbott - Innovating Technologies To Improve Patient Outcomes Hall 8b
08:30 - 10:00 Master Class Devices (3) - Device Clinic Challenges Hall 9
08:30 - 10:00 New & Improved! Basic Science Zero Jargon Session 2018 - Bench to Bedside Hall 11
08:30 - 10:00 Boston Scientific Can new technologies in EP improve patient outcome? Interactive Area, Hall 3
15:45 - 17:15 Master Class Devices (4) - The 2nd HRC UK EGM championship Hall 10b
13:30 - 17:15 Oral Abstracts (2) Hall 10a
13:30 - 15:00 Cardiac Physiologists Hall 8a
13:30 - 15:00 Nurses (1) Hall 8b
13:30 - 17:15 Arrhythmia Alliance Session Optimal arrhythmia treatment in 2018 Hall 9
13:30 - 15:15 Boston Scientific - S-ICD Therapy - What should we be offering our patients in 2018? Hall 10b
13:30 - 17:15 AF Association Outcomes Outside The Lab Hall 11
15:00 - 15:45 Moderated Posters (2) Poster Area, Hall 3
15:45 - 17:15 Public Health England Hall 8a
15:45 - 17:15 Nurses (2) - Nurses & Allied Health Professionals Session Hall 8b
17:30 - 19:00 Heart Rhythm Trainees Hall 8a
10:45 - 12:15 Plenary Hall 11
17:00 - 18:00 BHRS Multicentre Trials Group Session Hall 6b

EP Masterclass (1) - Hall 10a - 08:30 - 10:00

Chair: Dr Michael Koa-Wing Watford, UK
08:30 Mechanisms of tachycardia: implications for diagnosis, mapping and ablation Professor Richard Schilling London, UK
09:00 Differential diagnosis: clues before the patient gets to the lab Mr Michael Fudge London, UK
09:30 Pearls and pitfalls of diagnostic EP manoeuvres Dr Louise Malcome-Lawes London, UK
10:00 Close

Cases & Traces (1) - Hall 8a - 08:30 - 10:00

Chair: Dr Archana Rao, Dr John Paisey Liverpool UK, Southampton, UK
08:30 MULTIPLE PACING ALGORITHMS INITIATING VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA Mr Christopher Monkhouse
08:42 RECURRENT VF: MAYBE CALL A PLUMBER? Dr Ben Wiles Romsey, UK
08:54 HALF A CENTURY OF CONTINUOUS PACING: A LIVING WITNESS TO THE EVOLUTION OF A TECHNOLOGY Mr Banu Evranos
09:06 S-ICD OVERSENSING DETECTED BY REMOTE MONITORING USING A NEW ATRIAL FIBRILLATION DIAGNOSTIC ALGORITHM Mr Andre Jacinto
09:18 PLEASE DON'T BURN MY NODE Mr Richard Bennett
09:30 OUT OF THE BOX THINKING IN CRT WITH A PERSISTENT LEFT SIDED SVC Mr Will Nicolson
09:42 WITHDRAWAL OF PACEMAKER THERAPY IN A PACING DEPENDENT PATIENT Mr Mark Anderson

Abbott - Innovating Technologies To Improve Patient Outcomes Abbott - Innovating Technologies To Improve Patient Outcomes - Hall 8b - 08:30 - 10:00

08:30 Activate CRT - The next level of CRT Dr Timothy Betts Oxford, UK
09:00 Managing HF patients in AF Professor Pier Lambiase London, UK
09:30 The Influence of Directionality in High Density Mapping for Complex Arrhythmias - what have we learned so far? Dr Kim Rajappan Oxford, UK

Master Class Devices (3) - Device Clinic Challenges - Hall 9 - 08:30 - 10:00

Chair: Dr Andrew Turley, Ms Holly Daw Middlesbrough, UK, London, UK
08:30 My CRT patient now has AF: what do I do?- pacing vs ablation strategies Dr Ashish Patwala Stoke on Trent, UK
09:00 Remote follow up for all CIEDs: Is it worth the extra physiologist resources ? Mr Matthew Swift Swindon, UK
09:30 My ICD patient has frequent VT episodes now what? Dr Stuart Tan Basildon and Thurrock, UK

New & Improved! Basic Science Zero Jargon Session 2018 - Bench to Bedside - Hall 11 - 08:30 - 10:00

Chair: Dr Gwilym Morris, Dr Malcolm Finlay Manchester, UK, London, UK
08:30 Session 1 Bench. The patient in a petri dish Professor Neil Herring Oxford, UK
09:00 Session 2 Phenomena to mechanism - available model systems and factors determining choice Dr Andrew Grace Cambridge, UK
09:30 Session 3 Clinic. Making sense of chaos. The Science, Pseudoscience and Unknowns of Mapping and Burning Unstable arrhythmias Professor Ulrich Schotten Maastricht, Netherlands
10:00 Close

Boston Scientific Can new technologies in EP improve patient outcome? 		Boston Scientific Can new technologies in EP improve patient outcome? - Interactive Area, Hall 3 - 08:30 - 10:00

08:30 - 10:00 Chair: Dr Sabine Ernst London, UK
08:30 Rhythmia as a workhorse for left sided work: Tips, tricks and reduced fluoro strategy Dr Waqas Ullah Southampton, UK
08:50 Rhythmia: Intricate Maps for targeted ablation Dr Mark Hall Liverpool UK
09:10 Mini Electrodes tell us so much more Dr Ewen Shepherd Newcastle, UK
09:30 Direct Sense: A valuable new technology for my patients Professor Reza Wakili Essen, Germany

Master Class Devices (4) - The 2nd HRC UK EGM championship - Hall 10b - 15:45 - 17:15

Chair: Mr Stuart Allen Manchester, UK
Panel Mr Paul Doherty Solihull, UK
Panel Dr Philip Moore Watford, UK
Panel Ms Holly Daw London, UK
17:15 Close

Oral Abstracts (2) - Hall 10a - 13:30 - 17:15

Chair: Professor Elijah Behr London, UK
13:30 NEURO-SPECIFIC STIMULATION OF THE LEFT ATRIAL GANGLIONATED PLEXUS SITES REVEALS TRIGGERED ATRIAL ACTIVITY  Dr Min-young Kim London, UK
13:45 THE ET-GP STUDY: ABLATION OF ECTOPY-TRIGGERING GANGLIONATED-PLEXUS WITHOUT PULMONARY VEIN ISOLATION FOR PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION Dr Min-young Kim London, UK
14:00 CONCURRENT INCREASE OF SYMPATHETIC TONE AND ATRIAL ECTOPIC ACTIVITY PRECEDE THE ONSET OF POST-OPERATIVE ATRIAL FIBRILLATION Dr Flavia Ravelli Trento, ITA
14:15 ECG T-WAVE PREDICTORS OF POSITIVE AJMALINE TESTING AND MARKERS OF ARRHYTHMIC RISK IN PATIENTS WITH A POSITIVE AJMALINE TEST Dr Neil Srinivasan London, UK
14:30 T-WAVE MORPHOLOGY RESTITUTION PREDICTS ARRHYTHMIC RISK IN THE UK BIOBANK COHORT Dr Julia Ramírez London, UK
14:45 DYNAMIC DIASTOLIC ACTIVATION PATTERNS IN HAEMODYNAMICALLY UNSTABLE VT IN A CHRONIC PORCINE INFARCT MODEL UNDER VA-ECMO SUPPORT EXPLAINED BY DETAILED ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL INFARCT ANATOMY Dr John Whitaker London, UK
15:00 Break
Chair: Professor Pier Lambiase London, UK
15:45 CMR EVALUATION OF THE ARRHYTHMIA SUBSTRATE IN PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECTS Dr Louisa O'Neill London, UK
16:00 A COMBINED MRI AND ECG-IMAGING INVESTIGATION TO DETERMINE THE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MANIFESTATION OF CARDIAC LIGHT-CHAIN AND TRANSTHYRETIN AMYLOIDOSIS Dr Michele Orini London, UK
16:15 OUTCOMES OF A NATIONWIDE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC SCREENING PROGRAM TO DETECT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN YOUNG INDIVIDUALS Dr Harshil Dhutia London, UK
16:30 ATRIAL TACHYARRHYTHMIAS FOLLOWING PERCUTANEOUS DEVICE CLOSURE OF SECUNDUM ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF 2255 PATIENTS Dr Vishal Vyas London, UK
16:45 A NOVEL PROTOCOL OF CONTINUOUS INFUSION OF HEPARIN FOR MAINTENANCE OF STABLE ACT VALUES DURING EP PROCEDURES Dr Maurizio Renna Oxford, UK
17:00 ISCHAEMIC AETIOLOGY MODIFIES THE ASSOCIATION OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION WITH MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE WITH REDUCED EJECTION FRACTION. Dr Ben Mercer Leeds, UK

Cardiac Physiologists - Hall 8a - 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: Ms Holly Daw, Ms Viki Carpenter London, UK, Cambridge, UK
13:30 Research opportunities as a cardiac physiologist Dr John Gierula Leeds, UK
14:00 BHRS - an update Mr Jason Collinson Basildon UK
14:30 Healthcare Science Equivalence and why join the HCPC register Ms Kate Sanders Cambridge UK
15:00 Close

Nurses (1) - Hall 8b - 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: Ms Angela Hall, Ms Shona Holding Jersey, UK, Leeds, UK
13:30 ICD deactivation at home: what our data shows Ms Wendy Churchouse Swansea, UK
14:00 TLOC / Syncope service Mrs Jayne Mudd Middlesborough, UK
14:30 The impact of a designated box change clinic Ms Helen Eftekhari Coventry UK
15:00 Close

Arrhythmia Alliance Session Optimal arrhythmia treatment in 2018		Arrhythmia Alliance Session Optimal arrhythmia treatment in 2018 - Hall 9 - 13:30 - 17:15

Chair: Dr Kim Rajappan, Dr Mark Hall Oxford, UK, Liverpool UK
13:30 Ischaemic VT ablation Professor Prapa Kanagaratnam London, UK
13:55 Non Ischaemic VT ablation Dr Mark Hall Liverpool UK
14:20 Beyond catheter ablation for VT Professor Richard Schilling London, UK
14:45 Panel discussion/questions
15:00 Break
Chair: . Salwa Beheiry, Professor Gregory Lip Texas, USA, Birmingham, UK
15:45 New strategies in AF ablation . Salwa Beheiry Texas, USA
16:10 Optimising anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation Professor Gregory Lip Birmingham, UK
16:35 Decision Making in Atrial Fibrillation Dr Andrew Grace Cambridge, UK
17:00 Panel discussion/questions
17:15 Close

Boston Scientific -      S-ICD Therapy - What should we be offering our patients in 2018? Boston Scientific - S-ICD Therapy - What should we be offering our patients in 2018? - Hall 10b - 13:30 - 15:15

Chair: Dr Timothy Betts Oxford, UK
13:30 Leaving Hearts Untouched - Should S-ICD be first choice for the majority? Professor Pier Lambiase London, UK
13:50 S-ICD Implant Best Practice Praetorian DFT and the Praetorian Score Dr Reinoud Knops Amsterdam, NL
14:10 To Sleep or Not To Sleep Anaesthesia Options for S-ICD Implant Dr Chris Cassidy Blackpool, UK
14:30 Still Conscious Working Model of Regional block for S-ICD Implantation Professor Jean-Benoit Le Polain Waroux Brussels, Belgium
15:00 Close

AF Association Outcomes Outside The Lab		AF Association Outcomes Outside The Lab - Hall 11 - 13:30 - 17:15

Chair: Professor A John Camm London, UK
13:30 Current Status of Screening for AF: Frequency, Significance and Limitations Dr Larissa Fabritz Birmingham, UK
14:00 Genomics in AF management: from bench to bedside Dr Andrew Grace Cambridge, UK
14:30 Should Implantable Cardiac Monitors be the standard of care while evaluating AF ablation outcomes Dr Neil Sulke Eastbourne UK
15:00 Break
15:45 Risk factor management in improving AF outcomes: how to translate research to actual outcomes? Professor Andre Ng Leicester UK
16:15 The AF studies in the last 12 months that have had the biggest impact on my practice Dr Derek T Connelly Glasgow, UK
16:45 Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation: should Rhythm Control be the aim in most patients? Dr Tom Wong London, UK
17:15 Close

Moderated Posters (2) - Poster Area, Hall 3 - 15:00 - 15:45

Chair: Dr Boon Lim, Dr Dhiraj Gupta London, UK, Liverpool UK

Public Health England - Hall 8a - 15:45 - 17:15

Chair: Mr Jamie Waterall Birmingham, UK
15:45 The Size of the Prize in Arial Fibrillation: Doing Things Differently to Prevent Strokes – AT SCALE Ms Glenda Augustine, Dr Matt Kearney
16:15 Making the case for improving the identification and management of people with AF Dr Helen Williams London, UK
16:45 Smoking cessation CQUIN in acute trusts Mrs Jo Locker
17:15 Close

Nurses (2) - Nurses & Allied Health Professionals Session - Hall 8b - 15:45 - 17:15

Chair: Ms Angela Hall, Ms Shona Holding Jersey, UK, Leeds, UK
15:45 Advanced ECG interpretation Dr Pierre LePage Plymouth, UK
16:15 How do partners of those receiving an Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator experience episodes of electrical storm (3+ ICD activations within 24 hours)? Ms Stephanie Cruickshank, Mrs Sue Jones Surrey, UK, London, UK
16:45 Multidisciplinary One Stop Device clinics Ms Maria Paton Leeds, UK
17:15 Close

Heart Rhythm Trainees - Hall 8a - 17:30 - 19:00

Chair: Dr Ben Wiles Romsey, UK
17:30 Accreditation in Electrophysiology and Devices Dr Andrew Turley Middlesbrough, UK
18:00 Navigating the Subspecialty Curriculum: A Training Programme Director's Perspective Dr John Paisey Southampton, UK
18:30 The Jump from Trainee to Consultant: What I Wish I Had Known Dr Donah Zachariah Portsmouth, UK
19:00 Close

Plenary - Hall 11 - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Kim Rajappan Oxford, UK
The Good - Progress with the diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias Professor A John Camm London, UK
The Bad - Pitfalls & Hurdles Dr Edward Rowland London, UK
The Ugly - Challenges in Accessing Arrhythmia Treatments Professor Richard Schilling London, UK

BHRS Multicentre Trials Group Session - Hall 6b - 17:00 - 18:00

17:00 Designing & completing efficient randomized controlled trials Professor Prapa Kanagaratnam London, UK
17:15 What can we learn from national Registries-NICOR Dr Martin Lowe London, UK
17:30 Summary of progress on currents trials, VT and AF projects proposed in April Meeting Dr M. Tayebjee , Dr Malcolm Finlay, Professor Pier Lambiase , London, UK, London, UK
17:50 AOB

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