Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Campaign

Arrhythmia Survivor Book by Award-winning Photographer Lynn Blodgett


Do you or someone you know have a heart arrhythmia? Would you share your story to help raise awareness?

The CARMA Center has teamed up with award-winning photographer Lynn Blodgett to create a book of photography chronicling the stories of people affected by AFib and other arrhythmias. We are currently seeking arrhythmia patients and caregivers to participate in our book project! Contact Kiera Roberts at 801.585.9567 or Elizabeth DeBroux at 801.587.5869 for a photo shoot appointment or for more information.

To learn more about Lynn and his first book of photography, Finding Grace, go to

Upcoming Photo Shoots:

July 20-21 - Chicago, IL

July 28-29 - Tampa, FL

August 11 - Blanding, UT


"Are You in Rhythm?" Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Campaign

The CARMA Center is dedicated to spreading awareness about Atrial Fibrillation and educating the public about the condition and the health risks, such as stroke, that come with the disease. In an effort to broaden the impact of our Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Campaign we are organizing several screening and educational events in Utah and other states including Idaho, Wyoming, Washington, Arizona, Nevada, California, Colorado and Illinois. At these events we offer free screenings for AFib and educational materials about the condition and its various treatment options. The CARMA Center is working in partnership with Sanofi to expand our awareness outreach to physicians and clinicians. We provide resources regarding where and how to seek treatment in each area and how to access the cutting edge research and treatment facilities at the University of Utah.

Stay tuned for updates about a screening near you!

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Did you know?

  • An estimated 5 million people in the US have atrial fibrillation.
  • Atrial fibrillation primarily affects people age 60 and over.
  • Many people with atrial fibrillation don't know they have it.
  • Atrial fibrillation can cause stroke, heart attack and heart failure.
  • The University of Utah is leading the research to treat and cure this disease.

Sponsored by a grant from SANOFI