Calculating individual patient risk after heart attack with Professor John Beltrame

Video series: Translating Research


In this episode, we hear how Professor John Beltrame and his team are calculating individual risks so patients can be more informed and involved in shared decision making about their care.

We learn about:

  • why treatment risk can very between patients
  • how using patient characteristics can help to calculate patient risk
  • how quantifying risk can inform individualised care

About the researcher

Professor John Beltrame is the Head of the Discipline of Medicine at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He is an academic cardiologist with active research, clinical and teaching roles.


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