AF Association News & Events
Patients Day 2016
Patients Day 2016 was held on Sunday 9 October 2016 at the International Convention Centre (ICC), Birmingham UK.
AF Association Patients Day 2016 was a huge success. We heard from some of the UK’s leading doctors who gave fantastic advice. We learnt how an ablation works and why we would have this procedure. We also spent some time discussing anticoagulation and the various options. Trudie gave us all motivation on how we can use our voice in the modern NHS. We have received some wonderful feedback and are already looking forward to next year.
Please check back regularly for updates and presentations.
|Chair||Dr Kim Rajappan|
|10:00||Welcome and introduction|
|Session 1||Prevent - How dangerous is AF?|
|10:05||AF-related stroke risk and the impact of treatments||Dr Chris Arden|
|10:25||Questions and answers regarding AF-related stroke risk and prevention|
|10:35||The risks of AF itself||Dr Vivienne Ezzat|
|Session 2||Treat - Can AF be cured?|
|11:30||What are the treatment options?||Dr Geraldine Lee|
|11:50||Catheter ablation - how does it work, risks, outcomes, does it last?||Prof. Richard Schilling|
|Chair||Dr Matthew Fay|
|13:45||The patient voice in a modern NHS||Trudie Lobban|
|14:05||Getting involved in health care changes||Dr Matthew Fay|
|14:30||Anticoagulation, suitability and patient choice||Dr Kim Rajappan|
|14:55||When to seek medical attention or intervention||Prof. Richard Schilling|
|15:20||Managing my condition: should I receive regular check-ups?||Dr Jonathan Pitts Crick|
|15:45||Summary/call to action and thanks|
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