How to use the AF Toolkit

The toolkit has been designed to bring together methodologies, resources and support for commissioners and clinicians working to reduce AF-related strokes.

This Atrial Fibrillation Toolkit is an excellent resource. It will help us to do things differently providing methodologies, resources and support for commissioners and clinicians to reduce AF related strokes in their local communities.

MATT KEARNEY, GP AND PROGRAMME DIRECTOR UCLPARTNERS AHSN

To navigate the available resources, they are organised around the different parts of the AF pathway. Within each domain there are ‘opportunities for improvement’.

Explore data related to atrial fibrillation by CCG, including:

  • The proportion of patients on GP registers with AF compared to the expected prevalence.
  • The percentage of people with known AF at risk of stroke who are treated with anticoagulants.
  • The number of strokes in people with known AF.
  • The percentage of those people who had a stroke with known AF, who were not receiving anticoagulation therapy.

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