• HRC2022
  • 9 - 11 Oct 2022
14:00 - 17:00 EP Traces Course LIVE: Sunday 3 October 2021
Heart Rhythm Trainees 1 On-demand
Heart Rhythm Trainees 2 On-demand
Basic Science Primer — Bench to Bedside On-demand
Cardiac Physiology and Science Update On-demand
Nurses 1 On-demand
Nurses 2 On-demand
Digital Technology On-demand
13:30 - 15:00 BHRS EGM Championship LIVE: Monday 4 October 2021
BHRS Physiologist Session: Remote Monitoring — Service Development On-demand
Telehealth And The Clinical Legacy Of A Pandemic On-demand
Arrhythmia Alliance & Heart Rhythm Society joint Session: From A (Atrial Fibrillation) to V (Ventricular Arrhythmias) — Optimizing Arrhythmia Care in the Next Decade On-demand
Arrhythmia Alliance & BHRS Joint Session On-demand
Music: An Underutilised Tool in Neurocardiology On-demand

EP Traces Course - LIVE: Sunday 3 October 2021 - 14:00 - 17:00

Chair: Dr Simon Modi, Dr Vishal Luther Liverpool, UK, Liverpool, UK
Welcome, course objectives, and "how to approach the unknown tracing"
EP Traces Session 1
EP Traces Session 2
EP Traces Session 3

Heart Rhythm Trainees 1 - On-demand -

Chair: Dr Heather Edwards, Dr Nikhil Ahluwalia Cardiff, UK, London, UK
Clinical benefit of rhythm control therapy: A shift from treating symptomatic to all patients Prof Paulus Kirchhof Hamburg, DE
Management of arrhythmias in the cardiac transplant patient Dr Manish Kalla Birmingham, UK
Debate: PVI should be the index ablation strategy for all persistent AF — For Prof Tim Betts Oxford, UK
Debate: PVI should be the index ablation strategy for all persistent AF — Against Dr Neil Srinivasan Leeds, UK

Heart Rhythm Trainees 2 - On-demand -

Chair: Dr Heather Edwards, Dr Nikhil Ahluwalia Cardiff, UK, London, UK
Indications and techniques for conduction system pacing Prof Kenneth Ellenbogen Richmond, US
How to approach transvenous lead extraction Dr Neil Grubb Edinburgh, UK

Basic Science Primer — Bench to Bedside - On-demand -

Chair: Dr Gwilym Morris, Dr Malcolm Finlay Manchester, UK, London, UK
1. Inflammation and AF
Bench: The Inflammasome — coming to an AF patient near you? Prof Barbara Casadei Oxford, UK
Bed: Hot AF: inflammation, adiposity, fibrillation and substrate modification! Dr Vishal Vyas London, UK
2. Advances in mapping of complex arrhythmia
Bench: Fancy equations, inverse solutions and mathematical somersaults — the new tricks behind mapping of complex arrhythmias Dr Pawel Kuklik Hamburg, DE
Bed: Do you see what I see? What new mapping technologies tell us about chaotic rhythms Dr Claire Martin Cambridge, UK
3. VT ablation
Modelling the arrhythmic substrate: do we know the mechanisms, and can we predict risk? Dr Jenny Wang Oxford, UK
Bed: Why doesn't VT ablation work? What should I target in the cath lab? Dr Neil Srinivasan Leeds, UK

Cardiac Physiology and Science Update - On-demand -

Chair: Ms Cristiana Monteiro, Dr Shouvik Haldar Oxford, UK, London, UK
Is there a place for cardiac scientists in ACHD EP and devices? Ms Holly Daw London, UK
The MDT — how can we integrate nursing and other allied professions into device and EP services? Mrs Rebecca Imms Oxford, UK
The era of digitalisation of healthcare and its impact on cardiac physiology services Miss Elisabete Vaz Lisbon, PT
The pandemic effect on in-person device clinics and Remote Monitoring. Change and opportunity Mr Ross Haynes London, UK
The cardiac scientist of the future Ms Vicky Harrison Blackpool, UK

Nurses 1 - On-demand -

Chair: Mrs Catherine Laventure, Mrs Sarah Clarke Peterborough, UK, Essex, UK
VT storm — management options and outcomes Dr Neil Srinivasan Leeds, UK
The Somerset Sudden cardiac Death Pathway — 10 year story Mrs Janice Bailey Taunton, UK
The future role of S-ICD — should we be using S-ICD more often? Dr Duncan Field Colchester, UK
Considerations for mainstreaming genomics in cardiology Mrs Janice Bailey Taunton, UK

Nurses 2 - On-demand -

Chair: Mrs Catherine Laventure, Mrs Sarah Clarke Peterborough, UK, Essex, UK
Developing the cardiovascular nurse researcher Ms Tootie Bueser London, UK
Remote monitoring and how the COVID-19 pandemic has improved our practice and patient outcomes Mr Joe Shipton Basildon, UK
The rhythm is gonna get you! The need for an arrhythmia nurse in the ED Mrs Catherine Laventure Peterborough, UK
Nurse-led palpitations clinics in secondary care Ms Kay Elliott Dorset, UK

Digital Technology - On-demand -

Chair: Prof Lis Neubeck, Prof Martin Cowie Edinburgh, UK, London, UK
Wearables for AF detection Prof Pier Lambiase London, UK
Remote monitoring in HF: Implantables and wearables Dr Arvind Singhal London, UK
Managing the tsunami of data Mrs Sophia Jones London, UK
Chair: Prof Lis Neubeck Edinburgh, UK
Roundtable discussion: The GP, the pharmacist, the nurse, the cardiologist & the patient Prof Lis Neubeck, Dr Raj Thakkar, Dr Shouvik Haldar , Mrs Trudie Lobban(MBE), Mrs Zainab Khanbhai Edinburgh, UK, Buckingham, UK, London, UK, Stratford Upon Avon, UK, London, UK

BHRS EGM Championship - LIVE: Monday 4 October 2021 - 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: Mr Stuart Allen Manchester, UK
Panel Mr Christopher Monkhouse, Dr Honey Thomas, Mr Paul Doherty London, UK, Northumbria, UK, Solihull, UK

BHRS Physiologist Session: Remote Monitoring — Service Development - On-demand -

Chair: Miss Claire O'Neill, Mr Jason Collinson London, UK, Basildon, UK
Monday motivation — managing the workload! Mr Josh Mundy Ipswich, UK
ADMIN! The key component to a successful service Mr Ian Pinnell Oxford, UK
Remote alerts — practical tips: What, when and how? Miss Charlotte Mehegan Bury St. Edmunds, UK
Innovative ways of delivering patient information Mrs Lydia Bradley Wolverhampton, UK

Telehealth And The Clinical Legacy Of A Pandemic - On-demand -

Chair: Ms Angela Griffiths, Dr Matthew Fay Oxford, UK, Bradford, UK
The rise of smart wearables due to the pandemic Prof Jeroen Hendriks Adelaide, AU
Palpitations detection and investigation in primary care Dr Matthew Fay Bradford, UK
Tertiary care — arrhythmia clinics: Current and future challenges in the global pandemic. How are we managing our specialist referrals? Dr Matt Ginks Oxford, UK
Device clinics: A cardiac physiologist view on how the global pandemic has impacted changes in managing device patients Mrs Karen Potts Middlesbrough, UK
Anticoagulation clinics in a time of COVID Mrs Hayley Flavell Bournemouth, UK

Arrhythmia Alliance & Heart Rhythm Society joint Session: From A (Atrial Fibrillation) to V (Ventricular Arrhythmias) — Optimizing Arrhythmia Care in the Next Decade - On-demand -

Chair: Dr Fred Kusumoto Jacksonville, US
Atrial fibrillation ablation in 2021: Who, when, and how? Dr Hugh Calkins Baltimore, US
Patient generated data: Friend or foe? Dr Thomas Deering Atlanta, US
Syncope and falls in the elderly: Individual patient care to systems of care Dr Win-Kuang Shen Arizona, US
Preventing sudden death: What's next? Prof Christine Albert Los Angeles, US

Arrhythmia Alliance & BHRS Joint Session - On-demand -

Chair: Dr Alistair Slade Truro, UK
BHRS Remote Monitoring Survey – What have the data revealed? Mrs Eleri Gregory, Mr Ian Wright Manchester, UK, London, UK
A-A Remote Monitoring Survey – What have the data revealed? Mrs Trudie Lobban(MBE) Stratford Upon Avon, UK

Music: An Underutilised Tool in Neurocardiology - On-demand -

Programme notes and video coming soon. Prof Elaine Chew, Prof Pier Lambiase Paris, FR, London, UK

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