Prof Ben Freedman (The Heart Research Institute, Newtown, Australia) shares his excitement for the forthcoming in-person Heart Rhythm Congress 2022. He provides a sneak peak into the exciting programme and the sessions he is involved in.
- What are you looking forward to at the Heart Rhythm Congress 2022? (00:28-01:00)
- Please summarize the key take-home messages from your presentation: ‘Opportunistic Screening for Atrial Fibrillation – Is this Enough?’ (01:00-02:46)
- Please summarize the key take-home messages from the AF Association Symposia on ‘AF detection in different contexts – how do we get it right for the local population’? (02:46-04:00)
Disclosures: Ben Freedman has received grant/research support and honorarium and is a consultant for BMS and Pfizer Alliance.
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media Ltd. Interview conducted by Sophie Nickelson.
Filmed in coverage of the Heart Rhythm Congress 2022
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