• HRC2022
  • 9 - 11 Oct 2022

Abstract Submissions are now closed for HRC2022

Abstracts Submission

Before submitting an abstract, authors are urged to carefully read the information below:

Authors do not need to be subscribers of Arrhythmia Alliance

Abstracts must not have been accepted for publication elsewhere at the time of submission.

Multiple abstracts around the same subject or using the same dataset (salami publication) is discouraged and may be penalised by the markers where it is felt that the data could have been better presented as a single abstract.

Authors should be aware that the media have open access to the sessions.


The presenting author must be listed as the first author for the abstract.

All correspondence will be sent to the submitting author only; the submitting author is responsible for making sure that their contact information is correct during the submission process.

You will be asked to provide a username and password to log in to the abstract submission site (each abstract will have a unique username and password). If you forget this information please email info info@heartrhythmcongress.org.uk

Abstract Acceptance

If your abstract is selected, the presenting author will be eligible to register for A-A Heart Rhythm Congress at the abstract presenter rate. Other authors do not receive a reduced rate towards registration, and only one author per abstract is considered the presenter.

If your abstract is accepted, one of the authors must be able to present it at the congress (online and/or in-person); failure to present an abstract will result in a 2 year submission ban for all authors.

If you’re submitting an abstract for the allied professional category and it gets accepted, the presenting author must be an allied professional.

Abstract Withdrawal

If you need to withdraw your abstract, the presenting author should email info@heartrhythmcongress.org.uk stating the abstract number, title and reason for withdrawal.

The deadline to withdraw an abstract is Friday 24 June 2022

Submission Guidelines

Please complete all fields marked (*) as these are required for administration.

You must complete pages 1 to 4 of the submission process. On page 1 you will be asked to give a unique username and password. Please login using this username and password to edit your abstract.

Abstracts can be re-edited and saved before the deadline using the username and password you specified.

Use the preview button at the bottom of the page to see how the abstract will look.

By clicking 'Finish' on Page 5 your abstract will be submitted for marking and cannot be altered. You must click Finish before the abstract deadline (17:00 on Monday 20 June 2022)

Formatting Guidelines

Abstract title – max 250 characters

Abstract text - max 3,000 characters. Please note: Text within images will be included in the total word count.

Please structure your abstract with a brief introduction, explanation of basic methods, results and conclusions/implications.

To insert special characters, tables or images, you must use the relevant icons on the toolbar.

A maximum of one table or diagram is allowed per abstract.

Images should be submitted in a jpg format; they will be reproduced at a maximum size of 8cm x 8cm and should be legible at this size.

Tables should be presented in a legible format. In previous years tables with five columns have been legible. Your table should not exceed ten rows (HRC reserves the right to withdraw an abstract if the tables are illegible).

Graphs with a single x-y axis will be accepted and should be inserted as image files.

Accepted abstracts will be categorised as follows:

  • Allied healthcare professionals
  • Basic & Clinical Science
  • Cardiac implantable electronic devices
  • Mapping & Ablation
  • Paediatric
  • Young Investigators - To submit your abstract for this session, please select the appropriate box in the submission form

If you have any problems with your abstract submission, please e-mail: info@heartrhythmcongress.org.uk

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