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Western Afib 2023
Join Us for the 16th Annual Western AFib Meeting
February 24-25, 2023 | Park City, Utah

This internationally recognized meeting unites colleagues and cohorts in the atrial fibrillation community for state of the science education.

The program, with attendees spanning more than 25 different countries, brings together 80+ expert faculty who will discuss the latest advancements in diagnosis and treatment, provide challenging case studies, and participate in fireside chats for group discussions. The program also includes lightning rounds of panel discussions and roundtables for interactive learning.

From the research lab to the post-discharge office, from the device development setting to the patient bedside, be part of an extensive meeting that supports an agenda of access and equality. Heighten your knowledge and explore new techniques that will improve the lives of patients worldwide.

Western Afib 2023
Interactive. Innovative. Inspiring.

Join professionals and global leaders in atrial fibrillation research and treatment for collaborative discussions and quality, interactive education to update knowledge and improve practice skills, strategies, and interventions.

2
Days
80+
Expert Faculty
20+
CME Credits
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Who Should Attend?
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This highly acclaimed program is specifically designed for:

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Electrophysiologists
Cardiologists
Cardiothoracic Surgeons
Primary Care Physicians
EP Lab Allied Health Professionals
Physician Assistants
Nurse Practitioners
PhDs
Others interested in AFib Innovations at all levels, including Students & Fellows
Industry/Tech Solution Providers
Western AFib 2023
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Featured Session Formats
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Global, cutting-edge topics, such as around-the-world options for improved patient care and outcomes, will be offered through a packed program of:

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Case-Based Discussions
State of the Science Lectures
Lightning Rounds of Panel Presentations
Interactive Roundtables
Audience Q&A
Live & Twitter-Based Reflective Questioning

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