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May, 6, 2019 - Jun, 28, 2019
Call for Suggested Sessions HRS2020
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May, 28, 2019 - Dec, 31, 2019
ePoster Catalog Now Available for View
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Jun, 6, 2019 - Jun, 28, 2019
Call for Suggested Faculty HRS2020

Claim Your 2019 CME/MOC Credit

Access your Heart Rhythm 2019 CME/MOC credits and Certificates of Participation within the Online Itinerary Planner. Learn how to complete meeting evaluations, print your certificates, and more.

Print Your Heart Rhythm 2019 Receipt 

Login with your username and password from your Heart Rhythm Account to access and print your Scientific Sessions 2019 receipt. Access will be available until April 12, 2020.

Heart Rhythm On Demand 2019

#HRS2019 Heart Rhythm On Demand content is now available at at HeartRhythm365.org, the Society’s new learning platform. 

Summit On Demand 2019

#HRS2019 Summit On Demand content is now available at at HeartRhythm365.org, the Society’s new learning platform.

HRS Mission

The Heart Rhythm Society’s Annual Scientific Sessions is a Heart Rhythm Society program.

Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) is a 501c3 international nonprofit organization with a mission to improve the care of patients by promoting research, education, and optimal health care policies and standards. Founded in 1979, HRS is a leading resource on cardiac pacing and electrophysiology. This specialty organization represents medical, allied health, and science professionals from more than 70 countries who specialize in cardiac rhythm disorders.

Beacons at Heart Rhythm 2019

Learn more about the beacon chips used at Heart Rhythm 2018

Attendees will be able to take advantage of Beacons during Scientific Sessions this year. Learn more about the benefits of this onsite technology.

Scientific Sessions's 40th Anniversary

The Heart Rhythm Society’s 40th anniversary is a time to honor their vision and celebrate all that we have achieved in the field of electrophysiology. Each week until the 40th Annual Heart Rhythm Scientific Sessions on May 8, 2019, this page will feature a different story from our remarkable journey.

Our thanks to the members of the Heart Rhythm Society History Committee and to Berndt Lüderitz, MD, PhD, author of Profiles in Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology, for helping us spotlight these pioneers. Learn more.

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