As a member of the Alliance for Aging Research’s Senior Patient and Family Caregiver Network Advisory Council, we at StopAfib.org have the opportunity to nominate atrial fibrillation advocates to participate in a six-month research-advocacy training program to empower senior patients and family caregivers to engage in patient-centered outcomes research.
Mellanie True Hills, CEO of StopAfib.org, is involved in the program and would love to have you participate.
If you’re interested, learn more at:
Extraordinary Opportunity to Become an Atrial Fibrillation Research Advocate
Hello, I live in Chilliwack, B.C. may I enquire as to what a Research Advocate is required to do? Thank you so much.
Thank you for your interest in becoming an afib research advocate. I suggest reading the article at https://www.stopafib.org/newsitem.cfm/NEWSID/627 for more information. Also, this opportunity is US-focused.