Predictors of Perceived Self-Efficacy and Empowerment in Patients at Increased Risk of Sudden Unexpected Cardiac Arrest and their Caregivers

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Sudden Cardiac Death
CANet Funding

$109,978

 

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Assessment of Services

This study will conduct a national survey of patients, family members and caregivers of those with an inherited heart rhythm disorder, unexplained cardiac arrest or sudden unexpected death to assess how access to services differ across Canada and understand how differences in resource availability affect the self-efficacy and empowerment of these individuals.

Project Lead

Dr. Colette M. Seifer MB BCh BAO (Honours) MRCP(UK), FRCP(UK)
Associate Professor
University of Manitoba

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