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Founding

The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology (ISCE) was established in 1984 in the state of California as a non-profit organization devoted to the advancement of electrocardiology through the application of computer methods.


Goals

An outgrowth of the Engineering Foundation, which sponsored the early annual meetings since 1975, it aims at achieving its goals by various means:

-Sponsorship and organization of the conferences on the Computerized Interpretation of the Electrocardiogram
-Promotion of research and dissemination of research results through publication of conference proceedings
-Stimulation of collaborative links among researchers, industrial developers and medical practitioners to promote transfer of technology
-Development of methods for communication and education relevant to the subject
-Encouragement and support for young investigators in the field
-Provision of a venue for validating computer programs and development of data bases for such validation


Membership

ISCE offer two types of memberships: Individual and Trustee

1) Individual membership is for those involved in the study or practice of computerized electrocardiology through clinical work, research, or industry. 
2) Trustee membership is for companies or organizations involved in the study or practice of computerized electrocardiology who are interested in supporting ISCE's conference and other work. 

Please visit our membership page here to learn more and join or renew online today.

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4/25/2018 » 4/29/2018
ISCE 43rd Annual Conference

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