​​​​44th International Congress on Electrocardiology
17th Congress of the International Society for Holter and Noninvasive Electrocardiology​​​


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Poster Size Requirements

Maximum height: 45 inches (114cm)

Maximum width: 45​ inches​​ (114cm)​


Final Scientific Program​​​​​​

​​The Final Scientific program is ready! Please see the following links to download the program and poster presenters

ScientificSchedule_ICE_ISHNE.pdf

iceISHNE_posters.pdf


Saturday June 24th, 2017

Venue: Collaborative Life Sciences Building

All presentations will take place in one of two rooms:

(Rm. 1) 3A003A

(Rm. 2) 3A003B

  • 8:00    Registration (meet at welcome desk – CLSB atrium)
  • 8:30    (Rm. 1) Clinical ECG fundamentals
  • 8:30    (Rm. 2) Young Investigator Rapid fire abstracts
  • 10:00  Coffee break
  • 10:30  (Rm. 1) Sudden cardiac death and ECG screening in athletes
  • 10:30  (Rm. 2) Young Investigator Rapid fire abstracts
  • 12:00  Lunch break
  • 1:00    (Rm. 1) Debate: I shall only consider CRT for HF patients with Classic LBBB
  • 1:00    (Rm. 2) Clinical ECG cases review
  • 1:45    Break
  • 2:00    (Rm. 1) ECG monitoring and big data
  • 2:00    (Rm. 2) How to record ECG
  • 3:30    Coffee break
  • 3:45    Welcome remarks and ISHNE keynote (combined)
  • 4:55    Break
  • 5:00    (Rm. 1) Mechanisms, ECG manifestation, and risk stratification
  • 5:00    (Rm. 2) How to teach clinical ECG
  • 6:30    Reception (atrium)

Sunday June 25th, 2017

Venue: Collaborative Life Sciences Building

  • 7:00    (Rm. 1) ISHNE Board meeting
  • 7:30    Registration
  • 8:30    (Rm. 1) Interatrial Block and Bayés' Syndrome: New paradigm in the prediction of AF, Stroke and Cognitive Impairment?
  • 8:30    (Rm. 2) How to code ECG
  • 10:00   Coffee break
  • 10:15   (Rm. 1) Pierre Rijlant lecture
  • 11:15   (Rm. 1) ISHNE general assembly
  • 11:45  Lunch break
  • 1:00    (Rm. 1) Early repolarization pattern – is it over hyped?
  • 1:00    (Rm. 2) Clinical ECG cases review panel
  • 1:45    Break
  • 1:50    (Rm. 1) From genetics to genomics of ECG phenotypes to cardiac modeling
  • 1:50    (Rm. 2) Young investigators competition finalists
  • 3:20    Break
  • 3:35    (Rm. 1) Innovative technologies in electrophysiology of the 21st century
  • 3:35    (Rm. 2) In memoriam Mike Laks and Galen Wagner Lectures
  • 4:25    Break
  • 4:35   (Rm. 1) Ventricular conduction abnormalities and left ventricular dyssynchrony
  • 4:35   (Rm. 2) ECG imaging of arrhythmias and ischemia
  • 6:05   (Rm. 1) ISE Council meeting ​

Monday June 26th, 2017

Venue: Portland Art Museum **(venue change)**

All presentations will take place in one of two rooms:

(Rm. 1) Kridel Grand Ballroom

(Rm. 2) Fields Sunken Ballroom

  • 7:00    ISHNE board meeting (Marion Miller Gallery)
  • 7:30    registration (1st floor lobby)
  • 8:30    (Rm. 1) Autonomic nervous system and arrhythmogenesis
  • 8:30    (Rm. 2) Acute ischemia, myocardial injury, and an old scar
  • 10:00  Coffee break and poster session
  • 11:00  (Rm. 1) Mark Josephson lecture
  • 11:55  (Rm. 1) ISE general assembly
  • 12:25  Lunch break
  • 1:30    (Rm. 1) Debate: ECG should be used for SCD risk stratification
  • 1:30    (Rm. 2) Clinical ECG cases review: roundtable discussion
  • 2:15    Break
  • 2:25    (Rm. 1) Atrial fibrillation symposium
  • 2:25    (Rm. 2) Traditional and novel ECG analyses

Tuesday June 27th, 2017

Venue: Portland Art Museum

  • 7:00  Journal of Electrocardiology board meeting (Marion Miller Gallery)
  • 8:30  (Rm. 1) Cardiomyopathies
  • 8:30  (Rm. 2) Many faces of cardiac repolarization
  • 10:00 Coffee break
  • 10:30 (Rm. 1) Ion channels and channelopathies
  • 10:30 (Rm. 2) Atrial Fibrillation mechanisms and ECG monitoring
  • 12:00 (Rm. 1) Closing remarks​ & awards ceremony