Events & Programs

As the national voice for Canadian heart rhythm physicians and scientists, the promotion and support of education is important to us! Below are upcoming events endorsed by the CHRS or events where CHRS members are presenting research. Join us!

 

Interpretation of ECGs Series

CHRS and CCS are producing a four-part series of theme-based sessions on interpretation of ECG's (tachyarrhythmias, pacing, VT special and genetics). 

This program was made possible in part with support from Pfizer and Medtronic.

Session 3: VT Special
Tuesday June 21, 2022 
8:00 – 9:30 PM EDT 

Presenter: Isabelle Nault
Moderator: Marc Deyell

Register here

Session 4: Genetics
Tuesday July 12, 2022 
8:00 – 9:30 PM EDT 

Presenter: Martin Green
Moderator: Jacqueline Joza

Register here

 

 

Canadian Women in EP Symposium
May 27, 2022

The University of Montreal Hospital Center is hosting this live and interactive event. Meet Pr Kyoko Soejima from Tokyo on her experience in EP and Ms. Fréderique Piché , a medical physicist with expertise in radioprotection. Participate in break out rooms and group discussions.

Click here for event and registration details. 

 

 

CHRS Annual Meeting 2022
September 9-10

Save the date! Information on activities and programming will be updated here when available.

 

 

CIED & Lead Symposium 
September 30 - October 1,  2022

Save the date for the 7th edition of the CIED & Lead Symposium taking place at the Place D’Armes Hotel in Old Montreal. The Canadian Heart Rhythm Society has endorsed this program. 

This symposium is a perfect occasion to obtain updates on CIEDs, lead management, discuss challenging cases and enjoy a lecture on state of the art extravascular and leadless devices by Dr. Knops.

Click here for program details.  If you have any questions, please contact Mary Morello.

 

 

Canadian Cardiovascular Congress
October 27-30, 2022

Hosted by the Canadian Cardiovascular Society the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) is the largest gathering of cardiovascular and allied health professionals in Canada.

Cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, researchers, nurses and other cardiovascular specialists from across Canada and around the globe come to CCC to connect with other members of the cardiovascular team, to discover how to incorporate the latest science into their practice and to attend cutting-edge, accredited education sessions.

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