"Beslutsstöd för strokeprevention. Ett digitalt stöd som förenklar för läkaren och förbättrar för patienten!" Magnus Janzon - Verksamhetschef, Docent, Överläkare, Universitetssjukhuset i Linköping

"Beslutsstöd för strokeprevention. Ett digitalt stöd som förenklar för läkaren och förbättrar för patienten!" Magnus Janzon - Verksamhetschef, Docent, Överläkare, Universitetssjukhuset i Linköping

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Beslutsstöd för strokeprevention. Ett digitalt stöd som förenklar för läkaren och förbättrar för patienten!

Magnus Janzon is Head of Cardiology Department, Linköping University Hospital and Associate Professor of Cardiology at Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Department of Medical and Health Sciences at the Medical Faculty, Linköping University Sweden.

Dr Magnus Janzon obtained his MD from the University of Lund in Sweden 1989 and completed specialities in Internal Medicine (1996) and Cardiology (1998) at the University Hospital in Linköping.

After his PhD in Cardiology 2003, he has experience in cardiology research and health economic evaluations in various therapeutic areas such as myocardial infarction, atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias, heart failure and stroke.

He has been an investigator in numerous clinical trials, including FRISC II, SWEDES, PLATO, MANTRA-PAF, EuroTransfer, HELICON, APOLLO and CDS AF Study. He was national coordinator in ATLANTIC.

He is senior consultant in cardiology and the Head of the Cardiology Department at Linköping University Hospital since 2009.

He is member of the Medical Faculty Board, Linköping University since 2011.

He speaks regularly at national and international congresses. He has more than 50 scientific publications and is author of book chapters in international textbooks in cardiology.

He has been a member of the priority setting committee of the National Guidelines for Heart
Diseases at National Board of Health and Welfare between 2001 and 2008.

Associate professor Magnus Janzon´s current main research interests are clinical and economic evaluations in acute coronary syndromes and in arrhythmias, especially in CDS, Clinical Decision Support area.