Call for Science – Late Breaking Clinical Trials
HRS recognizes that exciting and rapidly evolving research may not have been concluded by the February 2021 abstract submission deadline. To highlight timely and novel work at Heart Rhythm 2021, the Program Committee will offer opportunities for peer-reviewed sessions of late-breaking clinical trials to allow for later submissions and more emergent presentations.
Submission Site Now Closed
Thank you all for your interest.
The Program Committee will review all LBCT abstracts, and authors will be notified of their abstracts' status in early June 2021.
Download the LCBT Submission Guidelines
Submitters are encouraged to use the LBCT Submission Guidelines as a tool for success. This resource includes everything you need to know about submitting an abstract for presentation at Heart Rhythm 2021.
Benefits of Presenting
Save on Registration: Abstract Presenters save 50% on their Heart Rhythm 2021 registration, based on the registration category.
Advance Your Career: Among the EP community, Heart Rhythm 2021 is the recognized forum for showcasing research that will advance the field. Demonstrate your value and the impact of your findings to the audience that matters most to your professional development.
Increase Your Visibility: Heart Rhythm 2021 will attract a diverse global audience from physicians and allied professionals to scientists and industry partners. As a selected Abstract Presenter, you will have the opportunity to present your findings to thousands of cardiac rhythm professionals from 80+ countries.
Increase Your Reach: Be a part of the far-reaching Heart Rhythm 2021 media buzz. Heart Rhythm 2019 generated hundreds of millions of interactions worldwide via media outlets and social media.
Publish Your Science: Accepted submissions will be published in a supplement of the Heart Rhythm Journal, the only academic publication that serves the entire EP community.
The Presenting Author (Submitting Author) is required to register for Heart Rhythm 2021 at the reduced registration fee. Expenses associated with the submission and presentation of an abstract are the responsibility of the presenter. Only one author per abstract is considered the presenter. Co-Author(s) listed on the abstract do not receive reduced rates towards registration. For upcoming details, please visit the Registration page.