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Working to provide information, support and access to established, new or innovative treatments for Atrial Fibrillation (AF).
Now is theTime - to support Arrhythmia Alliance's Manifesto to save lives
250 people each day die unnecessarily after a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Arrhythmia Alliance calls for 7 points of action to ensure the long-term survival of resusitated SCA patients.
Read the Manifesto Now is the Time ... for action to save lives
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A-A Founder and Trustee, Trudie Lobban MBE and Glyn Davies MP at the House of Commons launch of Now is the Time ... for action to save lives
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.
Healthcare Pioneers Report - April 2015
Showcasing best practice in AF. Supported by the All-Parliamentary Group on Atrial Fibrillation (APGAF).
Daily Mail Digoxin Article - A Response (May 2015)
AF Association Trustee and Professor of Cardiology, Professor Richard Schilling offers a response to the Daily Mail's article regarding digoxin dated 5th May 2015.
National Audit of Cardiac Ablation 2013-14
27 March 2015
The National Cardiac Rhythm Management Ablation Audit is managed by the National Institute for Cardiovascular Outcomes Research (NICOR), which is part of the National Centre for Cardiovascular Prevention and Outcomes, based at University College London. Specialist clinical knowledge and leadership is provided by the British Cardiovascular Society and British Heart Rhythm Society. The strategic direction and development of the audit is determined by the Audit Steering Group. This includes major stakeholders in the audit, including cardiologists, the professional societies, physiologists, commissioners and patient group representatives.
This interactive infographic allows users to understand AF and stroke prevention at a national and local level.
Quality in Care (QiC) Anticoagulation is an awards programme to recognise, reward and share good practice in anticoagulation management, education and patient care. Find out more
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.
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.