Across Australia, the survey received 463 participants and found the following important findings:
“Only 110/463 practitioners (23.8%) reported that they had attended ECG interpretation training in the last 3 years. GPs are open to further training in ECG interpretation and using mobile ECG devices to aid their clinical practice. Increasing awareness of AF Guidelines and improving confidence in ECG interpretation may increase AF screening.”
The GPSAFER study is recently published in BMC Family Practice which is freely accessible via this website.
Bond University is conducting a research project. If you are younger than 78 years old and can commit to six weeks of exercise, whilst wearing an exercise tracking device, filling in an exercise diary and attending a focus group or phone interview then WE NEED YOU! Who can join? Anyone that has had ...