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Focus: Detection
Our  "Detect, Protect, Correct & Perfect" campaign  aims to easily detect AF with a simple 30-second pulse check preventing AF-related stroke or heart failure. 
Ways To Get Involved
We are asking everyone to check their pulses and encourage others to do the same.
Find easy ways to spread the word about GAFAW below:

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Click here for full details of AF Association Global AF Aware Week
Open for all Healthcare Professionals and Patients

Wednesday 20th November 2019 
Terrace Pavillion at the House of Commons
12:45 – 14:45 

Register today for this complimentary event to visit the Palace of Westminster
Are you an Electrophysiology or Pacing tech, specialist nurse or cardiology trainee? This is the affordable all-encompassing arrhythmia and pacing course for you!

Up to 6 CPD points will be applied for from the Royal College of Physicians. Make sure you register before the 31st December for early bird rates.
Arrhythmia Alliance Cardiac Update Meetings are for all healthcare professionals involved in the management and treatment of arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation. These meetings provide a platform for education, as well as sharing best practice and information on topics such as device and drug treatments, atrial fibrillation and syncope.

Click here to find out which parts of the UK we are visiting next year!
STARS London Syncope Meeting
Royal College of Physicians
Friday 5 June 2020
Register HERE
STARS North West Syncope Symposium

Date TBC
Register your interest HERE
Highlights from touchCARDIO
HRC Video Highlights: Dr Kim Rajappan and Trudie Lobban, Founder & CEO of Arrhythmia Alliance
Know Your Pulse - Click below to view video
HRC 2019 – Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia: Arrhythmia Mapping

Martin Cowie, HRC 2019 – Beta-Blockers In Patients With AF And Heart Failure

My poster presentation at HRC 2019 – David Tomlinson

HRC 2019 – STARS Symposia: Session 1 – PoTs (Part 1) 

HRC 2019 Abstracts

Make sure you view all the accepted Abstracts at this years A-A Heart Rhythm Congress, which have been published by touchCARDIO.

Click here to view them online
In the News
There is a New HRS consensus document says any twitchy heart is an Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy

Hugh Calkins (Baltimore, USA) tells  BLearning Cardio  at  Venice Arrhythmias 2019  (3–5 October; Venice, Italy) that the 2019 HRS  consensus document  is extremely important because it defines a new disease and that this broad group of patients need careful evaluation and detailed management.

Please post interesting arrhythmia cases, including ECGs, pacing, EP and complex devices in the Arrhythmia Alliance Case Discussion Group . MedShr is free to use and available from the App Store or Google Play. You can also register on the website . For help getting started, please contact Alice from the MedShr Team:
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