Gender representation at the Heart Rhythm Society Annual Scientific Sessions: A success story for diversity and inclusion

      The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) Annual Scientific Sessions is a renowned international conference in the field of cardiac electrophysiology. Since it is one of the largest conferences attended by electrophysiologists, evaluating whether the faculty of the meeting are representative of the field of clinical cardiac electrophysiology as a whole may provide an indication of the attention to, and success of, efforts at diversity.


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