Rhythm Interventions Online 2022 – Full Programme: On-Demand

Published: 02 December 2022

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Rhythm Interventions Online 2022 – one of the leading practical education broadcasts in electrophysiology – took place 30 November – 2 December 2022.


Bringing together a faculty of over 40 key opinion leaders, seven case centres from both sides of the Atlantic and a global audience of over 2,500 delegates, RIO 2022 delivered best-in-class education curated to support practical learning and, ultimately, better patient outcomes.


With practice at its core, RIO again presented challenging and complex live cases from centres of excellence, alongside hot topics, presentations and debate from electrophysiologists at the forefront of practice and global innovation.

Watch the full programme – including symposia – on-demand here.


Rhythm Interventions Online 2023 will take place 29 November – 1 December 2023. Watch out for further details shortly.


Note, the live version of this event was CME accredited; this on-demand version is not.

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Dhiraj Gupta

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Prof Dhiraj Gupta is a consultant cardiologist at the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital (LHCH), which is the largest specialist cardiothoracic centre in the UK. Prof Gupta is a very high-volume operator in interventional electrophysiology and left atrial appendage occluderwork. He proctors cardiologists nationally and internationally for complex procedures.

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Boris Schmidt

Boris Schmidt

Dr Boris Schmidt is a Cardiologist specialising in Electrophysiology at Cardiologisches Centrum Bethanien in Frankfurt, Germany. Dr Boris Schmidt's scientific activities are focused on catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation and the development of novel single-shot technologies as well as interventional stroke prophylaxis.



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Roland R Tilz

Roland R Tilz

Prof Roland Tilz is the deputy director of the Medical Center II of the University Hospital in Lübeck and professor of the invasive electrophysiology at the University Lübeck. He is committed to training in the field of “Invasive electrophysiology and cardiac rhythm implants”. Prof Roland Tilz trained at the Addenbrooks Hospital in Cambridge (UK), Bedford Hospital (UK), Klinikum Bayreuth and at the Asklepios Klinik St. Georg in Hamburg. 


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