Verification of Continuing Education

Verification of Continuing Education (VCE) promotes enhancement of the lifelong knowledge and skills essential for providing high quality patient care. 

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Maintenance of Certification

Online Device Course

The Cardiac Device Education and Self-Assessment Course is a self-paced tool with 18 modules of content.

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Online Device Course

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IBHRE recipient countries now include Armenia, Austria, Finland, Jordan and South Korea.

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  • About IBHRE

    IBHRE is the global leader of certification in heart rhythm management. The mission of the International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners is to increase the heart rhythm professional's knowledge in order to improve the quality of care delivered to our patients.

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  • Career Center

    Our online center provides job seekers and employers information on employment opportunities within the heart rhythm field. Get access to job listings, post a job and other career development materials.  

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  • Meet the Board

    The IBHRE Board of Directors is a body of appointed members who oversee the activities of IBHRE, act as a steward of IBHRE and an ethical role model. Meet the members of IBHRE's Board of Directors and get an overview of IBHRE's leadership roles.

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  • Heart Rhythm Society

    The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) is the universally recognized leader in science, education and advocacy for cardiac arrhythmia professionals and patients. This specialty organization represents medical, allied health, and science professionals from more than 70 countries who specialize in cardiac rhythm disorders. The Society serves as a primary information resource on heart rhythm disorders. Its core purpose is to improve the care of patients with heart through research, education and promoting optimal health care policies and standards. 

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Events

Feb
11
2019

Achieving Global Excellence in Heart Rhythm Management

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