Call for Session Proposals
Submit Your Session Proposals
We want to hear from you! What would you like to see at Heart Rhythm 2024?
The Heart Rhythm Program Committee would like your input in developing comprehensive, timely, high-quality programming for Heart Rhythm 2024. New for 2024, you may choose how to submit your idea(s).
Do you have a full session including chairs, presenters, and presentation titles in mind? Submit a full session proposal.
Do you have a general idea for a topic but do not have full details, such as faculty recommendations for presentation titles? Submit a general topic suggestion.
The Heart Rhythm 2024 Program Committee will begin reviewing all types of session proposals beginning in June 2023. Proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis. In an effort to build a program with the most up-to-date and relevant education, the Program Committee will build Heart Rhythm 2024 in three waves:
|June 2023 - early August 2023
|due by August 1st
|Early September 2023
|August 2023 - early December 2023
|due by December 1st
|Mid December 2023
|December 2023 - late January 2024
|due by January 31st
|Mid February 2024
If your session proposal is accepted, you will be notified via email. Session proposals received after January 31st or those not adopted into full sessions during any wave of programming will be shared with the Digital Education Committee to be considered for use as digital education content by HRS.
Help us make Heart Rhythm 2024 the learning experience you want and need! The Heart Rhythm Program Committee invites you to submit session proposals for #HRS2024 in Boston, MA, held from May 16-19, 2024.
Session categories include:
- Allied Professionals
- Basic/Translational Science
- Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices
- Clinical Electrophysiology
- Digital Health and Innovation
- Health Policy
- Heart Failure
- Pediatrics/Adult Congenital Heart Disease
- Practice Improvement
The Program Committee will review and consider all session proposals before sending official faculty invitations in the fall of 2023. Session proposals will be competitively reviewed based on attendees' overall medical and educational interests. The Program Committee will select Faculty to accurately reflect all aspects of the global EP community based on expertise, involvement in the global EP community, and a shared commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Session proposals not selected for the annual Heart Rhythm meeting will be kept on file and considered for other HRS educational programs held throughout the year.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.