August 20, 2017

Scholarships to Attend the 2016 Get In Rhythm. Stay In Rhythm.™ Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference

We realize that the investment to attend the Get In Rhythm. Stay In Rhythm.™ Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference, especially when you consider travel expenses, may keep some people from attending, even though they want and need to. That’s why we wanted to make you aware of this brand new scholarship opportunity, the Judy Currier Scholarship. […]

Survey: How Was Your Atrial Fibrillation Detected?

How was your atrial fibrillation (or atrial flutter) discovered? Please take our brief survey — only 11 quick questions, which should take about a minute — to tell us about how it was found. This survey is a collaboration of StopAfib.org and the Atrial Fibrillation Association. We both greatly appreciate your help. Take the survey […]

Survey on Health Blogs & Online Communities

In preparation for their upcoming health blogger summit (which StopAfib.org/AtrialFibrillationBlog.com will participate in), Everyday Health is gathering information to help health bloggers improve their content and reach. This survey is about the reasons you visit blogs and online communities. It will only take about 5 minutes of your time. If you can help, please take the […]

Video: How Can Doctors Help Atrial Fibrillation Patients Find the Best Resources?

StopAfib.org shared with MD Magazine what doctors can do to help their afib patients find good Internet resources. Check out the video at: MD Magazine Interview: StopAfib.org on the Atrial Fibrillation Patient Perspective

Learn More About Living with Atrial Fibrillation at StopAfib.org — Video

Our mission at StopAfib.org is to help those living with atrial fibrillation. Learn more about our afib resources at Life is Too Short to Live in Atrial Fibrillation — How StopAfib.org Can Help You.

Patient-Centered Care Those Living with Atrial Fibrillation Endorsed by Medical Societies

Our latest EP Lab Digest article focuses on the new European Heart Rhythm Association consensus document about patient-centered care. To learn what is being recommended to doctors about treating patients with atrial fibrillation, see: New Consensus Document Embraces Patient-Centered Approach to Atrial Fibrillation

MyAFibExperience.org Times Square Billboard for National Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month

We are so excited to announce that MyAFibExperience.org, which was co-created by American Heart Association and StopAfib.org and supported by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, is being promoted in Times Square during National Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month in September. Below is a video of it playing in Times Square and below that is what the billboard spot actually looks like onscreen. […]

Research for US patients who have suffered a stroke or stroke-like event (includes afib), or their caregivers

UPDATE 6-30-15:  Thank you so much for your help. We’ve been asked to turn off this request as they have been swamped and have what they need. Have you, or a loved one, had a stroke or a stroke-like event (afib, chest pain, dizziness, palpitations, or fainting)? If so, you’re needed for some research. Find […]

Transcript of our May 2015 Atrial Fibrillation Chat with Cleveland Clinic Afib Experts Is Now Available

StopAfib.org partnered with the Cleveland Clinic to give you an opportunity to ask your atrial fibrillation questions of their experts, Dr. Oussama Wazni and Dr. Sergio Pinski, along with StopAfib.org founder Mellanie True Hills. The transcript of this chat is now available and features a wealth of information organized by topic area. To access the […]

Do you need help or emotional support in living with or stopping your atrial fibrillation?

If so, check out these valuable resources: The new Goals Tracker at MyAFibExperience.org, where you will find downloadable PDFs to help you remember your medications, make better food choices, improve your physical activity, communicate more effectively with your healthcare provider, and track your progress.  MyAFibExperience.org is a collaboration between the American Heart Association and StopAfib.org. […]