IMPACT-AF is a study researching how care for people with Atrial Fibrillation (AF) can be improved.


Over 200 health care providers in Nova Scotia have joined IMPACT-AF, along with over 1200 of their patients. Half of the health care providers (and their patients) have access to web-based tools which offer individualized patient care recommendations based on current guidelines and best practice approaches.  The other half continue with usual care for 12-months.

Learn more about atrial fibrillation

Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is a type of irregular and sometimes rapid heartbeat (Heart and Stroke Foundation). People who have AF are at an increased risk of having a stroke or heart disease.

To learn more, and to access online tools and resources for AF management, please visit our resources page.


Already a member of IMPACT-AF?

If you are looking to access the study materials (questionnaires and online-AF Diary) please call or email the study office so we can provide you with your username and password for the secure study website where you can complete these study activities.


Our PartnersNova Scotia Health AuthorityNS Dept. of Health and WellnessDoctors Nova Scotia • Nova Scotia College of Family Physicians • Dalhousie UniversityHeart and Stroke Foundation • Bayer HealthCareNICHE Research Group

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