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This article explores the strengths and weaknesses of current treatment pathways of atrial fibrillation as discussed at a multidisciplinary meeting of healthcare professionals organised by the Thrombosis Quorum. By discussing case studies using a Socratic method of dialogue to elicit better questioning of management practices, the meeting reached a consensus on various issues in the care of the patient with atrial fibrillation.


Journal article


British Journal of Cardiology

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358 - 359+362