The Cardiac Arrhythmia Network of Canada (CANet) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to transforming Canada’s arrhythmia health care system through integrated trans-disciplinary research and development. The network’s strategy is to invent, prove, and implement innovative solutions to enable patients to take ownership and co-manage their arrhythmia health.

CANet is funded by the federal government’s Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE), Canada’s flagship science and technology program and housed at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University.

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Recent News

2017 CANet Symposium Recap

On Saturday, October 21, 2017, as part of the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress in Vancouver, B.C., we hosted Arrhythmia Care in the Community, a symposium focused on exploring arrhythmia care practices in community healthcare...
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2017 Public Forum Recap

On Wednesday, September 13, 2017, the Cardiac Arrhythmia Network of Canada (CANet) hosted Arrhythmia Care: Exploring Innovations and Advancements in Treatment and Management, its second annual Public Forum. Over 170 people filled the...
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Spotlight: Dr. Parkash in the CJC

Read Dr. Ratika Parkash’s latest article in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology: Primary Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death With Device Therapy in Urban and Rural Populations Are Patients in Rural Areas Being Deprived...
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Smoking and Arrhythmia

Since 1977, the third week in January has been designated as National Non-Smoking Week in Canada. We all know the risks associated with tobacco use, but do you know the links to arrhythmia...
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Lend a Hand

As National Volunteer Week 2016 wraps up, we want to share ideas for volunteering in ways that can support Canadian heart rhythm health. The Heart and Stroke Foundation depends on volunteers to help...
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Women’s Heart Health

For International Women’s Day 2016, the theme was Pledge for Parity. When it comes to recognizing and treating heart health issues, there is clearly a need to bring women’s care up to par....
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Roundup – Changing Hearts and Minds

Here’s the latest Roundup of arrhythmia-related news, events and stories that caught our eye. Are you or your care-recipient struggling to make healthier choices? The New England Journal of Medicine recently hosted “Patient...
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February is Heart Month

February is Heart Month! How will you celebrate? You could join the University of Ottawa Heart Institute’s new Heart2Hearts campaign – make a pledge to take on a heart-healthy challenge and support the Institute....
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Roundup – Now that’s team work!

Here is our latest roundup of arrhythmia-related news and stories that caught our eye. Earlier this week, Shimon Peres was released from the hospital after suffering from an arrhythmia. Learn about more celebrities who...
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Meeting your healthy living goals

If you suffer from an arrhythmia, your doctor has probably explained that many arrhythmias are treatable via lifestyle changes, medication, surgery, or other procedures (Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada). Your personal course...
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Holiday Roundup

Here’s our latest roundup of arrhythmia-related news, events and stories that caught our eye. Check out this video that shows one woman’s story of ‘Getting Back in the Game’ after an atrial fibrillation...
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More CANet Trainees to Watch

William McIntyre isn’t the only CANet Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) trainee to have his work recognized recently! Olivia Cook, from the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI), took part in the HQP training session...
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Meet Dr. McIntyre

William McIntyre is a cardiologist who plans to focus on arrhythmia research and treatment – making him one of CANet’s Highly Qualified Personnel. We spoke to him about his work and the research...
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