Sign Against Stroke: the objectives

Sign Against Stroke aims to raise awareness of AF and AF-related stroke, and to make AF care and stroke prevention a national priority. It is governed by a taskforce of international organisations that operate both locally and globally, and that share the common aim of reducing the number of strokes and improving the lives of those living AF and effects of stroke.

▶  Task Force and Supporting Organisations

"Stroke prevention should be a greater priority for governments"

The Charter: help us make a difference

The Global AF Patient Charter, developed by the taskforce behind Sign Against Stroke, aims to improve the treatment and overall health of people who have AF and those who have had AF-related stroke. One of the goals of Sign Against Stroke is to gather 1.7 million signatures in support of the Charter – one for each of the estimated number of grandparents, mothers, fathers, aunts and uncles killed or disabled by AF strokes every year — and provide those signatures to healthcare decision makers in countries across the world.

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Cross Party MEPs supporting the AF Patient Charter

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Sign the Charter

Sign Against Stroke aims to gather 1.7 million signatures in support of the Charter – one for each of the estimated number of people with AF who lose their lives or are disabled every year due to stroke — and provide those signatures to healthcare decision makers in countries across the world.

Strong support, backing up the Charter recommendations will help put AF and AF-related stroke prevention at the forefront of national health agendas.

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