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SASEAP 2017 is September 15-17
in Myrtle Beach, SC

This year we are in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina September 15-17th, returning to the 4-star Embassy Suites Kingston Plantation. We continue to work with the hotel to keep rates down and add included services.

WATCH YOUR EMAIL AND
THE WEB FOR MORE INFORMATION

Kingston Plantation is one of the few hotels with a full waterpark onsite.All rooms have oceanview balconies.
 


2017 Workshop Credits

ASRT and the ANCC have accredited SASEAP again this year. Attendees will receive Category A credits or ANCC contact hours at the end of the workshop. We will send each attendee a key code they can use to print their certificates. Nurses will get 14.5 ANCC contact hours. Techs will get 13.75 credits if they attend the Clinic track and 14 credits if they attend either the Advanced or the Basic tracks.

If you attended in 2016 and need to print your certificate, take the key code you received in an email, and click here to go to the login page to print your certificate.

If you have any questions, click here to send them to Bob Roth, our Executive Director.

Bob


2017 Faculty and Topics

We are looking forward to yet another year of outstanding sessions focused specifically on EP Allied Professionals. These sessions are not for researchers or physicians, but for you, the EP Allied Professional.

We are honored to have a faculty with some of the best physicians, nurses, and technicians available worldwide. Click here to view this year's program. Here is this year's faculty:

  • Patrick Aquilina, MD─Clinical Cardiologist Electrophysiologist, University Cardiology Associates, Augusta, GA
  • Ryan Banning, REMS, CRM─Clinical Specialist, Medtronic CDRM
  • John N. Catanzaro, MD─Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate Medical Director, Associate Program Director, University of Florida Jacksonville
  • John Michael Cooke, BSN, RN─EP Nurse, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
  • Terri Cooper, BSN, RN, CCDS─Nurse Supervisor, Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute Charlotte
  • Jim Holland, MS─Technical Director, Arrhythmia Technologies Institute
  • Michael Hoskins, MD─Electrophysiologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine Emory
  • Larry R. Jackson, II, MD─Electrophysiologist, Clinical Instructor,Duke University
  • Michael S. Lloyd, MD, FACC, FHRS─Program Director/Associate Professor Medicine, Emory
  • Daniel McEwen, CRNA, MSN─Staff Anesthetist, University of Florida Jacksonville
  • Judy N. Nichols, MSN, APRN, CCRN-CMC, ACNP for Electrophysiology, CHFN, ACNP-BC─WJB Dorn VA Medical Center
  • Michelle Rowland, BSBE, CCDS, CEPS─Field Engineer (AF), Abbott
  • Sameer Satija, MD─Partner/Staff Electrophysiologist Florida Heart Rhythm Specialists, LLC
  • Anand Shah, MD─Assistant Professor of Medicine, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiologist, Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation Emory
  • Joseph Souza, MD─Electrophysiologist, Asheville Cardiology Associates
  • Mark Sweesy, FHRS, CCDS, CEPS, RCES─President/Director of Education, Arrhythmia Technologies Institute
  • Neil Tibyan, RN, BSN, CEPS, CCDS─Field Educator, Medtronic AF
  • David Vassy, Medical Physicist─Radiation Safety Officer, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare
Topics will include:
  • Hands-on Cardiac Anatomy Lab
  • EP Foundation for New APs
  • Best Practices: Radiation in the EP Lab
  • Experienced APs Talk about Moderate Sedation vs General Anesthesia
  • Intercardiac ECHO for EP and Structural Heart Procedures
  • Recognizing Complex Arrhythmias
  • Is Your Patient's ICD Hacked? How to Detect, Avoid and Recover
  • Preparing for the IBHRE
  • Practical Electronics for Cardiac Device Specialists—No Advanced Math Required
  • Managing Device Advisories in the Clinic
  • Interesting Clinical Case Studies
  • Identifying SVT Mechanisms—Diagnostic Maneuvers
  • CRT Assessment and Optimization
  • Convergent Procedure Update
  • Congenital Heart Disease and Electrophysiology
  • Management of Complex Devices
  • Device Therapy—CRT Guidelines
  • Interesting Case Studies Involving SVT

Continued Focus on Value and Keeping Costs Low

The economic climate continues to improve, but we know that funding for education is under relentless pressure. We pride ourselves on offering outstanding value for the money and have redoubled our focus this year. We don't want anyone who wants to attend SASEAP not to be able to do so, and will work with individuals and groups to that end.

Click here to register for this year's conference.

 

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