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Healthcare Pioneers Report 2021: Showcasing best practice in AF

 

The AF Association’s Healthcare Pioneers Report 2021 is now available. Each year, the Healthcare Pioneers Report showcases the most innovative approaches to detecting and managing atrial fibrillation (AF). The aim is to provide models of best practice that other centres, across the globe, can adapt to improve the care and quality of life with people with AF.

The 11 Healthcare Pioneers in this year’s report include: the use of digital technologies to Detect AF in non-healthcare settings; multidisciplinary approaches to optimise anticoagulation to Protect against AF-related stroke; and harnessing the power of cardiac rehabilitation to Perfect the patient care pathway. Click here to read the full report.

Healthcare Pioneers 2022

Applications for the AF Association Healthcare Pioneers Report 2022 will open in Jan 2021. The AF Association encourages everyone who is actively engaged in the detection and management of people with AF to share their examples of best practice. The winners will be announced during the annual AF Association Global AF Aware Week

Click here to view the previous Healthcare Pioneers Reports

 

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Professor A. John Camm talks about the AF Association Healthcare Pioneers Report

 

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We would urge you to bring this vitally important publication to the attention of your local MP/GP and healthcare professional by following these simple steps:

 

1. Share the links to the White Paper and AF Association Healthcare Pioneers Report 2019 - 

http://www.heartrhythmalliance.org/afa/uk/healthcare-pioneers-2019

http://www.heartrhythmalliance.org/afa/uk/af-white-paper-2018

2. Forward to your GP and other Healthcare Professionals 

3. Any questions please contact trudie@heartrhythmalliance.org

AF-related stroke is a clear challenge to the future sustainability of healthcare systems, and demands high-level attention in every nation.

 


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843-415-1886info@afa-us.org

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