AF detection: Direct-to-consumer wearable study seeking GPs to participate

  3 February 2020  University of Wollongong   |   Third party content – view disclaimer

Does your work involve detection, diagnosis or management of atrial fibrillation (AF)?

Researchers from the University of Wollongong want to talk to you about AF screening practices, and direct-to-consumer technologies (e.g. Apple Watch ECG) used for AF detection. We are especially interested in implications for under- or over-diagnosis of AF.

This study is not funded by Apple or any other commercial interest.

This is a relatively small study, and participation involves a 30-45 minute interview by phone or in person. You will be offered a $150 shopping voucher for your time.

 Take part in the study

If you are interested, or have any further questions, please contact:

Dr Patti Shih
School of Health & Society
University of Wollongong
Phone: 02 42214546

By University of Wollongong.

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