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Warning signs of heart attack: will you recognise your heart attack?

 

Overview

The Heart Foundation's Warning signs of heart attack: Will you recognise your heart attack? campaign aims to reduce coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality and morbidity by reducing patient delay in responding to the warning signs of heart attack and calling Triple Zero (000).

The campaign aims to:

The Heart Foundation campaign website includes information on the different signs of a heart attack, a heart attack action plan, a 'warning signs' DVD, and a 'warning signs' quiz, which are all aimed at increasing heart attack awareness.

The campaign targets specific population groups that are at higher risk, including Indigenous people, people living in rural and remote areas and people with CHD.

Abstract adapted from Heart Foundation

Contacts

Heart Foundation
Health Information Service
Ph: 1300 362 787

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Last updated: 27 September 2013
 
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