Freedom from heart failure: reimagining cardiac services in England

News & Events

30 April 2021
AUTHOR: HFPN Admin

Join the British Society for Heart Failure and the Heart Failure Policy Network for an in-depth discussion of the future of cardiac services in England, with representatives from the British Heart Foundation, NHS England & NHS Improvement and the NICE Quality Standards Advisory Committee 3 (QSAC3).

The webinar seeks to increase awareness and understanding of the new regional leadership of the NHS and cardiac services, and highlight unique contributions that heart failure specialists can make to these structures. It will also outline the societal case for action on heart failure, within the broader context of national targets for cardiovascular disease, health system sustainability and post-COVID-19 recovery.

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 12 May at 18:00–19:00 BST. It will be chaired by Mr Ed Harding (Network Director, Heart Failure Policy Network).

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Click here to register for the event.

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