EHRA 2018 – The only major EP congress in Europe this year!

EHRA 2018 congress app is now online. Discover the scientific programme & plan your onsite experience
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Cardiac Rhythm
22 February 2018 – Bulletin of Events, Science & Education
EHRA 2018The only major EP congress in Europe this year!
Exceptional science includes:
  • The 2018 EHRA Practical Guide for the use of NOACs in patients with Atrial Fibrillation
  • The 2018 ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of Syncope
  • Big reveals on Late-Breaking Trials: AXAFA-AFNET trial on the impact of continuous apixaban during catheter ablation and the MORE-CRT MPP trial on the benefits of cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) with multipoint pacing.
View the scientific programme
EHRA 2018 Congress
18-20 March, Barcelona – Spain
  • Register online until 7 March
  • Don’t miss the Einthoven Lecture given by Prof. Josep Brugada and the Intercontinental Lecture given by Prof. Jonathan M. Kalman
  • Share your thoughts on the best of EHRA 2018 via #EHRA2018 and tag @escardio – we’ll retweet you
  • The exhibition area will be a central hub for exchange and innovation.
  • Check out our industry partners’ symposia sessions
  • Plan your scientifc agenda & exhibition itinerary through EHRA 2018 Mobile App
Education & Career Development
Educational Course
Procedural EHRA training course on Lead Management and ExtractionIncludes presentations with troubleshooting examples and interactive voting

13-14 April, Madrid – Spain

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Certification Exams
EHRA annual certification exams17-18 March - in English. No onsite registrations.

Register online before 9 March.

Monthly webinars
All you need to know on channelopathiesWith Prof. Christian Wolpert and Prof. Arthur Wilde

Wednesday 7 March from 18:00 to 19:00 CET

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Science & Publication
Never miss an EP Europace issueRegister to receive email alerts as soon as new issues of EP Europace are published online, and be the first to read the latest top quality research and reviews in the fields of arrhythmias, pacing and cellular electrophysiology.

Focus Issue on Arrhythmias from the European Heart Journal

Progress in the management of arrhythmias: risk scores, ablation, and anticoagulation

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