Research Study – Pharmacists and patients with Atrial Fibrillation


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Are you a pharmacist who would like to share your experiences relating to the management of AF?

A study is being conducted by clinicians and researchers interested in improving the care of people who have the common heart arrhythmia – atrial fibrillation (AF).

In this study, the researchers want to find out how, and to what extent, Australian pharmacists are involved in the care of patients with AF. They aim to identify what types of pharmacy-based services are currently offered and/or what could or should be offered in the Australian context.

This anonymous online survey asks questions regarding:

  • The current roles and scope of practice of pharmacists regarding caring for those with AF
  • Current services offered by Australian pharmacists for those with AF
  • Gaps in the current practice around care for those with AF
  • Proposed strategies to improve the care for those with AF

Are you a pharmacist who would like to share your experiences relating to the management of AF?

All AHPRA-registered, currently practicing pharmacists based in Australia are invited to complete this online survey.

For more information and to access the online survey, please click HERE.

If you would like further information about the study, please contact Alice Nguyen, Master of Pharmacy Student, Graduate School of Health, UTS at alice.nguyen@student.uts.edu.au

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