Heart Rhythm Week
Together, we can work to secure early diagnosis and improve outcomes for the many millions of people across the globe affected by arrhythmias.
For Heart Rhythm Week 2015, our supporters joined us and helped raise awareness of how to Detect, Protect and Correct heart rhythm disorders. Awareness events took place across the UK & internationally, 'Know Your Pulse' was covered in the press notably ITV's 'Lorraine' and BBC's 'The One Show' and Arrhythmia Alliance launched its manifesto on sudden cardiac arrest - Now is the Time for action to save lives. The full report can be viewed here.
Photos from Heart Rhythm Week and the press coverage can be found on the Heart Rhythm Week website www.heartrhythmweek.org
Now is the Time for action to save lives
Photographs from all the political event launches can be found here.
Arrhythmia Alliance would like to thank everyone who attended our political events in Belfast, London, Wales and Scotland where we launched a manifesto to tackle the disparity in accessing lifesaving Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) across the UK. The report includes a step-by-step guide, which both policy makers and professionals with an interest in Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) care can follow to push forward change.
Click here to view our manifesto on SCA, which was launched as part of Heart Rhythm Week
1) Share your story
Talk to our Patient Services Specialist team and learn how your account can change the lives and support many others affected by heart rhythm disorders. We are here to help: please call us on +44 (0)1789 867 501
2) Download a poster or information sheet
Share lifesaving information with a friend or family member. Alternatively, why not share information with your doctor or display in your local medical centre, shopping centre or supermarket? Download resources here.
3) Learn how to Know Your Pulse
Know Your Pulse: the simplest way to detect an undiagnosed heart rhythm disorder. Learn to Know Your Pulse and teach a friend - it could save their life.
4) Become a Friend of Arrhythmia Alliance
Receive free, medically approved and Department of Health endorsed information sheets, booklets and discounts on annual meetings. Become a Friend.
5) Donate of fundraise
To receive details on how you can get involved in Heart Rhythm Week, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1789 867 525.