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From February 20th-21st in Celebration, Florida, we are hosting a forum that focuses on Pediatric and Adult Congenital Electrophysiology. This course will be featuring Florida Hospital’s own Bhavya Trivedi, MD who is accompanied by his esteemed co-course directors, Anthony McCanta, MD, and Vincent Thomas, MD. This event is intended for an audience of Physicians, Residents, Fellows, and Nurses who specialize in congenital electrophysiology or heart disease. This course will be featuring some exciting state-of-the-art topics that deal with, innovations in arrhythmia surgery, new methods in cardiac rhythm management, and a showcase of presentations of new procedures, research, and much more. Learning objectives include the following:

  1. To promote an understanding of different diagnostic and treatment approaches to pediatric and adult congenital electrophysiologic challenges.
  2. To expose attendees to innovative technologies and their potential uses for pediatric and adult congenital patients.
  3. To encourage collaboration among pediatric and adult congenital electrophysiologists for the purposes of research, academia, and achievement.
  4. To develop the careers of attendees through interactions with and mentorship from the leaders and innovators of pediatric and adult congenital electrophysiology.

This course is working in partnership with the Heart Rhythm Society and the PACES organization to bring the latest information and provide access to the industry leaders in congenital electrophysiology and heart disease. The Nicholson Center team is honored and excited to be able to host this course and be a part of this important 3 day symposium.

Spaces are nearly sold out so if you’re interested in attending this event visit our registration page or call Call407-233-3436 for more information. Be sure to follow our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages for updates throughout the event!

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