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Patient Support Groups

STARS would like there to be as many support groups around the country as possible, so if you would like to support others by setting up a patient support group, please contact Julie Fear on 01789 867533 or email julie@heartrhythmalliance.org

If you run a group that is not yet affiliated to us and would like to know more click here


London Syncope and PoTS Patient Support Group

Next Meeting: Friday 3rd June, 3-5pm 
Topic: Dr Guy Leschziner will be discussing sleep disorders 

We have a limit of 10 places for this meeting, make sure you book your free place as soon as possible. For more information on the London Syncope and PoTS Support Group meeting, please contact Julie Fear on 01789 867533 julie@heartrhythmalliance.org

 

Dorset PoTS and Syncope Patient Support Group

Next Meeting: Wednesday 4th May, 18:30 - 20:00
Topic: Welcome meeting. This will be just a general meeting to welcome everyone and to ask what people would like to hear in future meetings.
Venue: Church Hall, Hope Church in Ferndown

For more information on the Poole Syncope and PoTS Support Group, please do not hesitate to contact Julie on 01789 867533 or email julie@heartrhythmalliance.org.

 

PoTS UK

The next PoTS UK meeting -

Date: Wednesday 27 April

Time: 7-9pm

Venue: Virgin Active Warwickshire Health and Racquets Club, Abbey Road, Whitley, Warwickshire CV3 4BJ

Topic: There will be anopportunity to learn more about PoTS and it's management and a chance to meet other people who have been affected by PoTS. You will meet one of the PoTS UK trustess and we are very happy to confirm that one of the specialist nurses from University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire will be present.

If you would like to attend please email Beverley to reserve a place beverley.cooke@smarthealthsolutions.co.uk

The group is led by a team of individuals with experience of PoTS: most of the team have a medical background. The group aims to raise awareness of this debilitating, life altering condition.

For more information about the organisation and to visit their website, please click here