National Stroke Association is embarking on a research project to understand the varied impact of stroke. We are specifically looking at the impact of atrial fibrillation on stroke survivors. Atrial fibrillation (Afib) is a type of irregular heartbeat caused when the two upper chambers of the heart (atria) beat rapidly and unpredictably. Living with Afib raises a person’s stroke risk by five times.
National Stroke Association needs your help. They are looking for 250 stroke survivors with atrial fibrillation and 200 caregivers of stroke survivors with atrial fibrillation, who would be willing to participate in a 10-15 minute phone survey in late February 2014. Qualified applicants will receive a $10 compensation for this interview time.
To see if you qualify for this research project, please take this short, 5-minute pre-screening survey by clicking on Research .