26-29 SEP, 2024, ICC

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About

Message from the Chair

On behalf of the Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society, I am proud to announce that the 17th APHRS Scientific Sessions will be held in Sydney 26-29 September 2024.

The upcoming 2024 APHRS Scientific Sessions mark a significant milestone, as it will be the first time in almost a decade that this event will be held in Australia. Our aim is to raise the bar and deliver an exceptional meeting that encompasses the latest advancements in electrophysiology over recent years and sets the stage for the future technological, clinical, and research breakthroughs in the field of arrhythmia.

As the premier gathering for the Asia-Pacific region on arrhythmia, APHRS 2024 Sydney will serve as a vital platform for over 2,500 cardiologists and electrophysiology physicians. Together, they will engage in discussions centred around evidence-based medicine, present cutting-edge research, and crucially, interact with industry leaders who are driving innovations in this field.

Building on its reputation as a truly global event, APHRS has established strong collaborative relationships with both HRS (Heart Rhythm Society) and EHRA (European Heart Rhythm Association). We are thrilled to announce that we have already secured the participation of over 100 prominent international leaders in the field of arrhythmia and device management, representing the Asia- Pacific region, Europe, and the Americas. The city of Sydney, renowned for its academic excellence, makes for an appealing destination for physicians in the region. With its well-connected international airport, we anticipate hosting one of the largest ever APHRS Scientific Sessions in 2024.

The meeting will encompass a wide range of endeavours in the field of arrhythmia and device management, spanning from fundamental research involving genetic and molecular advancements to significant breakthroughs in device and lead technologies. Attendees will also have the opportunity to explore the latest exciting additions to the mapping and ablation toolkit.

Our program promises to be a captivating experience, featuring highlights such as cutting-edge research presentations, review of guidelines and expert-led discussions. We invite industry leaders to play a vital role in this event, offering their support and involvement, which are crucial to its success and long-lasting impact.

By participating as sponsors and exhibitors, you contribute to the legacy of APHRS 2024 Sydney, shaping it into a world-class gathering.

Together, we can make APHRS 2024 Sydney an exceptional platform for advancing arrhythmia care and research. Join us in Sydney as we come together to shape the future of arrhythmia care and research.

Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society (APHRS)

Vision & Mission

To promote the excellence and advancement in the study and care of the patients with cardiac rhythm disorders in the Asia-Pacific region.

Organising Committee

Professor Prashanthan Sanders

The University of Adelaide & Royal Adelaide Hospital

Professor Jonathan Kalman

Royal Melbourne Hospital

Professor Peter Kistler

The Alfred Hospital & Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute

Professor Rajeev Pathak

The Canberra Hospital & Canberra Heart Rhythm Centre

Doctor Melissa Mideldorp

The University of Adelaide & Royal Adelaide Hospital

Professor Christopher Semsarian

RPAH, Australian Genetic Heart Disease Registry & University of Sydney

Professor Jeroen Hendriks

Flinders University & The University of Adelaide
Associate Professor Martin Stiles

Associate Professor Martin Stiles

NZ Waikato Hospital & The University of Auckland

Associate Professor Han Lim

Austin Hospital, Northern Hospital & The University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Belinda Gray

Associate Professor Belinda Gray

The University of Sydney
Julia Isbister

Doctor Julia Isbister

The Centenary Institute at The University of Sydney
Associate Professor Andreas Pflaumer

Associate Professor Andreas Pflaumer

Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne and University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Eddy Kizana

Associate Professor Eddy Kizana

The University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital

Professor Prashanthan Sanders
The University of Adelaide & Royal Adelaide Hospital

Professor Jonathan Kalman
Royal Melbourne Hospital

Professor Peter Kistler
The Alfred Hospital & Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute

Professor Rajeev Pathak
Professor Rajeev Pathak

Dr Melissa Middeldorp
The University of Adelaide & Royal Adelaide Hospital

Professor Christopher Semsarian
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Australian Genetic Heart Disease Registry & University of Sydney

Professor Jeroen Hendriks
Flinders University & The University of Adelaide

Associate Professor Martin Stiles
NZ Waikato Hospital & The University of Auckland

Associate Professor Han Lim
Austin Hospital, Northern Hospital & The University of Melbourne