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Developing a Systematic Approach to the Identification and Management of Atrial Fibrillation

This guide was developed by the Health Inequalities National Support Teams (HINST) with 70 local authorities covering populations in England.

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This guide was developed by the Health Inequalities National Support Teams (HINST) with 70 local authorities covering populations in England. Local areas could use this approach when analysing whether a population level improvements could be achieved from a set of best-practice and established interventions. This is offered as useful resource for commissioners: use is NOT mandatory. It is a guide to developing a systematic approach to the identification and management of atrial fibrillation in a local area.

Published 22 November 2011