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Welcome to AF Association®

Working to provide information, support and access to established, new or innovative treatments for Atrial Fibrillation (AF).

AF Association Autumn Newsletter now available

AF Aware Week 23-29 November 2015

Volunteer your time and hold an AF Pulse Awareness event in collaboration with your local leisure centre, health centre or workplace.

We have a large number of resources for such events; these can be downloaded here.

AF Association welcomes new Medical Advisory Committee member

Dr Yassir Javaid said “I am truly honoured to have been asked to join AF Association’s Medical Advisory Committee. I hope that together we can improve outcomes for patients with atrial fibrillation.”

Read the full announcement here

AF Association welcomes new Trustee 

Dr Matthew Fay said: “I am honoured to be made a Trustee of the charity and will be very proud to represent it at meetings where we try to ensure that the person with AF is seen as the central component of all care pathways.”

Read the full announcement here


AF Association welcomes new Medical Advisory Committee member

Sotiris Antoniou said: “I am excited and delighted to become a member of the medical advisory committee. I am looking forward to supporting AF Association in raising awareness of AF amongst healthcare professionals and general public."   

Read the full announcement here


Detect, Protect and Correct AF: Please sign our petition

AF Association has launched an online petition which calls for an early review of the UK National Screening Committee’s (NSC) policy on screening for AF in the over 65s. Please sign our petition and together we can make a difference and help to prevent suffering. Read more.

Become a Friend of AF Association

As a registered charity, AF Association relies solely on supporters in order to continue providing valuable helpline services, information and educational activities.

Click here for more information.


The future of anticoagulation management in Europe – June 2015

An assessment of today’s challenges with recommendations for the future.

Read the Research Report 

Read the Summary for Patients

Read the Summary for Heathcare Professionals



Healthcare Pioneers Report - April 2015

Showcasing best practice in AF.  Supported by the All-Parliamentary Group on Atrial Fibrillation (APGAF).

Read report




The route map for change & the European atlas on the prevention of AF-related stroke – November 2014

Last November AF Association and Anticoagulation Europe launched a landmark report to raise awareness among policy makers of the growing burden posed by strokes due to atrial fibrillation.

Read more


Participate in AF research

Researchers at King’s College London are looking to recruit participants with persistent AF who are due to undergo cardioversion, catheter ablation or AV node ablation with pacemaker. If you would like to take part, or for more information, click here.




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