Faculty and Presenter Resources
Whether you are invited faculty or an abstract presenter, the following resources will help you along your journey as a participant in Heart Rhythm 2024. Scroll down for additional individualized resources per role.
General Information for Faculty and Abstract Presenters
Invited Faculty Sessions
Individuals selected as faculty for the annual meeting are essential to the success of the meeting. HRS provides information and resources to assist you in preparing for your role(s). Download the Faculty Engagement Plan to view a graphic organizer of your responsibilities as a faculty participant. The Faculty Engagement Plan was developed to be used by both new and returning faculty to help guide your experience and provide a roadmap of due dates and responsibilities.
Faculty Frequently Asked Questions
Oral Abstracts and Posters
Notifications will be sent in late January/early February. To withdraw an abstract from Heart Rhythm 2024, the Presenting Author must submit a request in writing to abstracts@HRSonline.org adhering to the following deadlines.
- March 18, 2024: Deadline to Withdraw Abstract Submissions (to avoid publication in the Heart Rhythm Journal)
- May 10, 2024: Deadline to Withdraw Abstract Submissions (for presentation at the meeting)
- General abstracts (including late breaker submissions accepted as posters): Thursday, May 16, 2024 at 5:00pm ET
- Late Breakers being presented on Friday: May 17, 2024 at 9:30am ET
- Late Breakers being presented on Saturday: May 18, 2024 at 8:00am ET
- Late Breakers being presented on Sunday: May 19, 2024 at 8:00am ET
The only information that may be released prior to this date is the abstract title and the authors’ names. Any additional information regarding any abstract submission may not be released before this time. Failure to honor embargo policies will result in the abstract being withdrawn and barred from presentation.
HRS is committed to upholding the highest ethical values and encouraging professional and principled behavior by its staff and volunteers. As part of this commitment to transparency and accountability, and to attain the highest standards of excellence, HRS requires the disclosure of relationships to maintain independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all activities.