Three Days To Go!
It is not too late to sign up!

There are only threes days to go until Patients Day 2019. £35 could change your life. Do not miss this opportunity!

In response to your feedback, we have made the sessions bigger and better. Our aim is always to provide you with the most information to live a happy and healthy life with an arrhythmia, AF or syncope. Take control of your condition with knowledge and confidence.
Patients Day has become the largest Arrhythmia Patient meeting in the world!
The time is now to invest in your future! Click on your chosen charity below to read the agenda and sign up for Patients Day:
Free places are available for SVT patients to attend the round-table session on SVT. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity. We have several excellent speakers such as, Professor Faizel Osman, Dr Matt Fay, Dr Francis Murgatroyd and Dr Boon Lim. Plus, you will have an opportunity to meet other patients and enjoy a free lunch.
Register today by calling:
01789 867501
Pre-Book Discounted Parking
Parkjockey, who runs the carpark behind the ICC, has kindly offered a discounted parking price of only £8 for the day. You must pre-book your space and provide your vehicle registration number to receive this discount.
STARS "Jack Has RAS" Wins an Award

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A favourite STARS resource, Jack Has RAS (Reflex Anoxic Seizures) , has been awarded the "Highly Commended and shortlisted in the Children" award at the BMA Medical Book Awards 2019 . The BMA Medical Book Awards promote excellence in medical publishing and seek to demonstrate its importance to medical education and training. "Jack Has RAS" is a paediatric resources helps explain the signs and symptoms of RAS in a way that is easy for children to understand.

You can pick up a copy at Patients Day 2019, download it by clicking here , or request a hard copy by calling 01789 867503 or emailing us at
2019 NCAP Report for Patients and the Public
National Cardiac Audit Programme Annual Report for Patients 
This annual patient report is designed as a companion to the 2019 National Cardiac Audit Programme (NCAP) report produced by the National Institute for Cardiovascular Outcomes Research (NICOR), which has been carrying out national cardiac audits on behalf of the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) since 2011.  Find out more and download here.
AF Association Volunteer Awarded Prestigious Fellowship
Congratulations Helen!

Helen Hodgson, a cardiac physiologist, at th e Royal United Hospital in Bath has been awarded a prestigious 12-month NHS fellowship for female healthcare scientists.
She is one of 32 candidates chosen for the 2019 Chief Scientific Officer’s (CSO) WISE Fellowship programme for NHS England. Read more here
"I never thought for a moment that I'd be chosen when I applied. I am utterly delighted to have been given this wonderful opportunity -
it's probably the proudest I've felt in my career."
- Helen Hodgson (Frome AF Association Patient Support Group Leader)
Helen will be presenting at AF Association Patients Day on
"How to support my partner, family member or friend with AF."
Heart-Warming Fundraisers
Dale will be running the Birmingham Half Marathon to raise funds for Arrhythmia Alliance. Dale says heart issues have affected his family first hand, so wants to support us as a way of saying thank you. Please show your support by sponsoring him on his JustGiving page.
John is walking Lands End to John O’Groats to support STARS. John’s daughter Grace has RAS, so the charity is close to his heart. If you would like to support John, please visit his JustGiving page.

Survey - Perspectives on Lifestyle and Treatment in Inherited Heart Rhythm Disorders
The purpose of this survey is to determine the lifestyle changes that patients with an inherited heart rhythm disorder experience in terms of physical activity and implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) intervention since their diagnosis.

Patients diagnosed with an inherited heart rhythm disorder and their caregivers are eligible to participate. The data from this survey will be used to identify which aspects of lifestyle and treatment in inherited heart rhythm disorders need to be prioritised for research.

No part of the survey will have any information that could be used to identify you. The survey will take less than two minutes to complete. If you are interested in taking this survey CLICK HERE .
London Marathon 2020
Virgin Money London Marathon 2020

Applications for Arrhythmia Alliance’s place in the Virgin Money London Marathon close on 31 October. To ensure you are considered for this place, APPLY HERE .

Do not miss the application deadline: 31 October 2019.
Patient Support Groups
AF Association
Liverpool AF support group | 12 October
Arrhythmia Alliance
King’s College London ICD support group | 25 October
Arrhythmia Alliance
Medway pacemaker support group | 26 October

If there are no support groups near you, would you consider setting one up?
We can provide all the help you need to run a successful support group.

For more information, to register to attend a patient support group
or to set-up a support group in your area, contact us;
call 01789 867527 or email
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