Patients Day 2020
Do you have an arrhythmia? Do you have SVT / PSVT? Do you have an ICD/S-ICD? Would you like to learn more about your condition?
If you have answered YES to any or all of these questions, then join us and hundreds of other patients at Arrhythmia Alliance Virtual Patients Day 2020.
World renowned medical experts will be sharing their knowledge and talking about up to date research. Learn more about your condition, how you can better manage it and what treatment options are available to you. Patients Day gives you the opportunity to learn more about your condition and take part in interactive virtual meetings from the comfort of your own home
If you or someone close to you lives with an arrhythmia, we are confident you will experience a profound sense of relief when you attend this year's Arrhythmia Alliance Virtual Patients Day.
What past attendees have found useful about attending Arrhythmia Alliance Patients Day:
“Hearing the latest research and to be informed about the range of treatments used. It was helpful to meet other patients to be able to gauge and be assured regarding the severity and suitability of treatment our daughter is receiving.”
“Meeting other parents with children with CPVT. Finding out more about the Arrhythmia Alliance. Seeing our daughter’s consultant explaining CPVT in more detail, feeling reassured by the treatment our daughter has received so far.”
“Have attended for many years and always very satisfied when day finished.”
“Thank you for holding this. I don’t feel so alone”
Arrhythmia Alliance is a registered charity relying solely on fundraising, grants, events and donations. We do not receive any Government funding. During this pandemic our income has all but ceased as our volunteers are unable host fundraising events. If you are able to donate to help us to continue to provide our dedicated Helpline and to bring support, education and information through our web site and social media platforms to all patients with arrhythmias, it would be very much appreciated.
Together we can improve and save lives.