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In Memory Of Dr Adam Fitzpatrick
Dr Adam Fitzpatrick
28 December 1956 - 18 January 2020

Chair - STARS Medical Advisory Committee
Trustee - Arrhythmia Alliance
Member - AF Association Medical Advisory Committee

The arrhythmia community suffered a great loss with the unexpected death of Dr Adam Fitzpatrick on Saturday 18 January 2020.
Arrhythmia Alliance and its sister charities have lost a passionate and committed member of our team. The healthcare community has lost an exceptional doctor and the arrhythmia world will be a poorer place without Dr Fitzpatrick. However, his legacy will live on with the ground-breaking research he published and his unique way of improving and delivering first-class arrhythmia services.

Dr Fitzpatrick believed in collaboration and he was passionate about bringing people together to achieve greater results. He sought perfection and was never satisfied, always seeking new, innovative ways of improving healthcare. To read tributes from Prof Richard Sutton , Pierre Chauvineau and Trudie Lobban , click here .
Arrhythmia Alliance , AF Association and STARS
are pleased to announce that his memory will live on through:

Adam Fitzpatrick Lecture

STARS – Syncope HealthCare Pioneers Report
Showcasing best practice in memory of Dr Adam Fitzpatrick
This annual report will be published in conjunction with A-A World Heart Rhythm Week
as Adam was one of the creators of this awareness week in 2004.
London Arrhythmia Summit
Friday 27 March 2020
Royal College of Physicians
Wolfson Theatre, 11 St Andrews Place, Regents Park, London, NW1 4LE

Faculty includes Dr Mintu Turakhia, Professors Haran Burri & John Camm and many more. Limited places are available. Be sure to register for LAS2020 today!
Arrhythmia Alliance
Cardiac Update M eetings

This meetings provide a platform for education as well as sharing information on topics such as atrial fibrillation, syncope, device and drug treatments. In addition, these meetings will be an opportunity to network locally with healthcare professionals in all areas of cardiac service provision, academic institutions and professional bodies. CPD available.
London Syncope Meeting
 Friday 5 June 2020
North West Syncope Symposium 
Friday 10 July 2020
European Pacing Symposium
London - Friday 26 June 2020

First European Symposium on
Cardiac Pacing
Programme Directors
Dr Zachary Whinnett , Imperial College, London, UK and Dr Franceso Zanon
Santa Maria della Misericordia General Hospital, Italy.
Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC)
provides an unrivalled opportunity for healthcare professionals interested in the management of arrhythmias to share effective practice, showcase innovation, learn about latest developments and network with UK & international delegates.

Early bird registration will open
01 May 2020
Healthcare Pioneers 2020
The AF Association Healthcare Pioneers Report is an international annual report that demonstrates best innovative practice in all aspects of the field of atrial fibrillation (AF).

 The AF Association Healthcare Pioneers Report 
The AF Association Healthcare Pioneers Report recognises best practice in the identification, diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) and is used as a benchmark to improve services and care for patients with AF.
World Heart Rhythm Week 2020
Help raise awareness of arrhythmias and offer support to others through
World Heart Month! For more, click here .
Highlights from touchCARDIO
Dr Karen Glover Interview

Dr Karen Glover talks about her award winning AF Association Healthcare Pioneer project on advancing atrial fibrillation diagnosis and management in the East Midlands.

Filmed at the AF Association Global AF Aware Week Parliamentary Event in partnership with AF Association.

Click the video to see more.
European Journal of Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology

European Journal of Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology
Volume 5 Issue 2

News and Surveys
AF Screening Survey
Your input is extremely valuable to us. Please consider taking part in our AF screening with mobile and wearable devices survey. This survey should not take longer than 10 minutes of your time.

Thank you in advance!
Concerns over plans to limit
atrial fibrillation ablation

NHS England (NHSE) produced plans for a wide-ranging set of criteria to be fulfilled prior to patients being eligible for  catheter ablation  for paroxysmal and  persistent
Fellowship Post Opportunity
St George's Hospital, London, UK

Learn more about this Advanced Ventricular Arrhythmia Training and Research (AVATAR) program opportunity by clicking below:
Dates For Your Diary
Arrhythmia Alliance World Heart Rhythm Week 2020
1 - 7 June
Arrhythmia Alliance Heart Rhythm Congress 2020
27 - 30 September
AF Association Global AF Aware Week 2020
16 - 21 November
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