We will be live streaming the event. Using your computer or other device, you can return to this webpage on Saturday, February 6 at 9:30 am PT, where you will find the live event video feed. You do not need to download any software or log in to join.
Yes, the webinar is optimized for viewing on laptops, tablets, and smart phones. While the webinar will work with any device, we recommend joining from your computer for optimal viewing.
Yes, you are welcome to join the program at any point.
If you miss portions of the webinar, we invite you to come back to this website afterwards to view the recording. A link to the recorded webinar will also be emailed to everyone who RSVP’ed.
Please email email@example.com for any questions. If you are no longer able to attend the event, you do not need to change your registration status.
If there are additional people joining you, and they will be physically with you sharing one device (i.e., laptop or tablet), there is no need to register additional participants. However, if each attendee would like to join from their own personal device or will not be in the same location as the primary registrant, we ask that you register your guest by clicking the “REGISTER NOW” button.
Yes, we appreciate your sharing this event with anyone who may be interested. Just send them this webpage: afib.stanfordhealthcare.org
The program will be approximately 1 hour, running from 9:30 – 10:30 am PT.
Yes, the program will be recorded and will be available on this website for viewing after the live event ends. A link to the recorded webinar will also be emailed to everyone who RSVP’ed.
Stanford Health Care hosts webinars addressing concerns about seeking care during the time of COVID-19. Stanford Medicine also hosts periodic online events.
From disinfecting to universal masking to testing, we’re taking every precaution so you can safely get the care you need. Stanford Health Care remains your partner in health. Visit our COVID-19 Resource Center to learn more.
Visit the Stanford Health Care AFib webpage to learn about the condition and how we can help you.