Did you enjoy reading the Spring AF Association newsletter and our new Ask The Experts feature?
We would love to hear any ideas you may have for future issues and also your feedback on how AF Association has helped you. Please comment below.
Is this message meant just for UK members? I can't recall seeing the Spring Newsletter (or anything else recent) or a link to it, perhaps it's not visible to members in Australia? or am I not looking in the right place?
Replying to my own message. The Australian site has now been updated with the three more recent newsletters. I suggest any Aussie readers might benefit from a catch up. I'm still going through them.
To answer the question about 'Ask the Experts' feature, I think it's great that a specialist is prepared to answer questions, it must be quite difficult given that every patient is different. I did find some of the specialists wording to be a bit heavy going and it might be daunting for the average reader to come to grips with.
At least an effort is being made to communicate. It would be good if more people on this forum could give some feedback.
Hy Lynda. Were did you find the Spring Newsletter on Australian side. Do you live in Melbourne?
If you go to the Australian AF association website at atrialfibrillation-au.org/ there is a menu down the left hand side. If you select 'News and Events', there will be another menu which contains the 'AFA Association Newsletters' link.
To answer your second question, I live in Queensland.
Thanks Lynda. All the best.
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