AER: LIVE 2019

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<p><h1>Session 1: Beyond intervention<p>Risk factor modification to improve AF outcomes</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 1: Beyond intervention<p>Management of device detected atrial arrhythmias</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 1: Beyond intervention<p>Is it safe for me to run the marathon?</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 2: Anticoagulation & Devices (Generalist)<p>NOACS – First among equals? </h1></p>
<p><h1> Session 2: Anticoagulation & Devices (Generalist)<p>Devices update – What you need to know</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 2: Challenges in EP & Devices (Specialist)<p>Persistent AF ablation: State of the art</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 2: Challenges in EP & Devices (Specialist)<p>Difficult problems in device therapy</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 3: How to Select the Right Patients (Generalist)<p>AF ablation – Who, why, when?</h1></p>
<p><h1> Session 3: How to Select the Right Patients (Generalist)<p>Cardiomyopathy in perspective</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 3: Ventricular Arrhythmias (Specialist)<p>VT ablation in non-ischaemic cardiomyopathy</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 3: Ventricular Arrhythmias (Specialist) <p>The problem with sudden cardiac death</h1></p>
<p><h1>Session 4: Visions of the Future<p>Device management in Britain in 2025</h1></p>
<p><h1> Session 4: Visions of the Future<p>Arrhythmia management in Britain in 2025</h1></p>
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<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 1: Beyond intervention</font color="teal"><br>Risk factor modification to improve AF outcomes</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 1: Beyond intervention</font color="teal"><br>Management of device detected atrial arrhythmias</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 1: Beyond intervention</font color="teal"><br>Is it safe for me to run the marathon?</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 2: Anticoagulation & Devices (Generalist)</font color="teal"><br>NOACS – First among equals?</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 2: Anticoagulation & Devices (Generalist)</font color="teal"><br>Devices update – What you need to know</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 2: Challenges in EP & Devices (Specialist)</font color="teal"><br>Persistent AF ablation: State of the art</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 2: Challenges in EP & Devices (Specialist)</font color="teal"><br>Difficult problems in device therapy</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 3: How to Select the Right Patients (Generalist) </font color="teal"><br>AF ablation – Who, why, when? </h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 3: How to Select the Right Patients (Generalist) </font color="teal"><br>Cardiomyopathy in perspective</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 3: Ventricular Arrhythmias (Specialist) </font color="teal"><br>VT ablation in non-ischaemic cardiomyopathy </h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 3: Ventricular Arrhythmias (Specialist) </font color="teal"><br>The problem with sudden cardiac death </h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 4: Visions of the Future </font color="teal"><br>Device management in Britain in 2025</h1></p>
<font size="4"><font color="teal">Session 4: Visions of the Future </font color="teal"><br>Arrhythmia management in Britain in 2025 </h1></p>
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<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education. The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education. The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education.The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education.The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education.The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education.The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education.The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education.The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education. The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education. The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education. The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education. The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
<p><font size="4">Radcliffe Cardiology, in collaboration with The British Heart Rhythm Society and leading open access journal, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, presents AER: Live, a new event aimed at best supporting the continuous education of health professionals engaged in arrhythmia management in the UK.</p> <p>Delivered by leading figures from the British electrophysiology fraternity, AER: Live brings together decision-makers and practitioners with the common goal to maximise patient outcomes. AER: Live aims to inform, educate and disseminate best practice on the most pertinent issues from diagnosis and referral pathways, to optimal treatment strategies and the latest drugs and devices in arrhythmia management, supporting both generalist and specialist education. The aim of AER: Live is to host two events per year at various locations around the UK. Look out for news on forthcoming events on RadcliffeCardiology.com</font></p> <h2>Educational objectives</h2><ul> <li>Update knowledge on the latest technologies and treatment strategies in arrhythmia management</li> <li>Understand the role of healthcare professionals in holistic treatment and outcomes</li> <li>Learn best-practice and the latest NHS guidance on referral pathways</li></ul>
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VideoSeries Tagline
BHRS & Radcliffe Cardiology Present AER: Live 2019, 15 November, Birmingham, UK
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AER: Live 2019 is supported by Medtronic & Pfizer.

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