The ‘W Dobrym Rytmie’ (In Good Rhythm) educational platform includes information about the latest developments in electrotherapy and electrophysiology, discussion of the guidelines from scientific associations, key scientific reports, and current information from world conferences.
The backbone is courses prepared for primary care physicians, specialists in internal diseases, and cardiologists. They address topics related to electrotherapy and electrophysiology, providing knowledge of this field to specialists who are in regular contact with patients with implanted devices, and patients who are being prepared for ablation.
The courses are accompanied by case descriptions, and a test to check and consolidate knowledge. Scientific reports and hot lines complement the medical education by providing a portion of the knowledge in the form of a concise presentation of assumptions, conclusions and reasons for using the information in practice, and for one’s own reflections.
The website is educational, not consultative! The authors have made every effort to ensure that the information contained on this website is correct. However, the final decision to use the therapy is up to the doctor. The authors, consultants, and publishers of the website are not responsible for errors or any consequences resulting from the use of the information contained on this website.
The Scientific Council and editorial team of the portal:
- Prof. Maria Trusz-Gluza, MD, PhD
- Michał M. Farkowski MD, PhD
- Ewa Jędrzejczyk-Patej MD, PhD
- Dagmara Urbańczyk-Świć MD, PhD
Development of the portal concept:
- Monika Seremak
- Agnieszka Ptaszyńska
The educational platform, as well as the Quarterly and the annual Conference, focus on the most important achievements in the field of arrhythmia and electrophysiology in relation to everyday practice. Current knowledge about heart rhythm disturbances, diagnostic techniques, and the treatment of arrhythmias is placed in the context of the history and development of these fields. Researchers and practitioners from related fields are often invited to cooperate and discuss problems in a multidisciplinary manner.
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