Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC) provides unrivalled opportunity for health care professionals interested in the management of arrhythmias to share effective practice, showcase innovation, learn about latest developments and network with UK & international delegates. A-A HRC2020 will deliver virtual presentations, debates and discussions from the Arrhythmia Alliance Virtual Conference Centre. Mindful of COVID-19 and restrictions of physical meetings, HRC2020 will be delivered from a virtual platform with access to symposia, virtual exhibition booths, private meetings and much more all from the comfort of your office, clinic, home or mobile device.
Arrhythmia Alliance is a registered charity relying solely on fundraising, grants, events and donations. We do not receive any Government funding. During this pandemic our income has all but ceased as our volunteers are unable host fundraising events. If you are able to donate to help us to continue to provide our dedicated Helpline and to bring support, education and information through our web site and social media platforms to all patients with arrhythmias, it would be very much appreciated.
Together we can improve and save lives
or Text RHYTHM followed by your desired donation amount to 70085 (Maximum £20 donation)
The BSH Autumn Meeting 2020 programme will change for effective online delivery while covering the same core topics. This meeting will benefit all healthcare professionals involved in heart failure. As well as access to live and recorded content, participants joining live will have the opportunity to engage with presenters, attendees and sponsors through interactive activities. To register or for more information visit our website at bsh.org.uk/autumn-meeting-2020
Did you see the British Society for Heart Failure webinar about “Race, Ethnicity and Heart Failure Care“? If you missed it or want to watch it again, catch up on our website at bsh.org.uk/BSH-23-July-2020-Webinar
Be part of the discussion & share your thoughts with us at [email protected]
Link to webinar – www.bsh.org.uk/race-ethnicity-and-heart-failure-care
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