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It is time to put quality of life at the centre of heart failure care
15 November 2022

More than 90% of people with heart failure would like regular discussion about quality of life to be part of their care, but this only happens for 20%.

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The Heart Failure Policy Summit will put people with heart failure at the centre of global health policy debates
27 September 2022

The Heart Failure Policy Summit will offer an opportunity for heart failure advocates to build alliances across disease areas and link to broader health policy agendas.

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How can heart failure advocates in Spain seize current opportunities to improve care?
22 September 2022

Our latest policy brief attempts to answer this question, examining existing opportunities and mechanisms to advocate for guideline-recommended care in Spain.

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Developments in international guidelines mark pivotal moment for the heart failure community
13 September 2022

HFPN has launched ‘What’s new in international heart failure guidelines?’, a resource that summarises key changes in heart failure guidelines.

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Register now for the Heart Failure Policy Summit 2022
26 August 2022

Taking the form of four virtual sessions held in October and November, the 2022 Heart Failure Policy Summit will address how we can engage with policymakers and leaders to improve care for the millions of people living with heart failure across Europe.

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HFPN animation highlighting the importance of guideline-based care now available with subtitles in five languages
22 July 2022

The HFPN has added subtitles to a recently launched animation in German, English, French, Italian and Spanish.

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The Heart Failure Policy Network is made possible with financial support from AstraZeneca, CSL Vifor, Boehringer Ingelheim, Roche Diagnostics and Bayer AG. The content produced by the Network is non-promotional and not biased to any specific treatment or therapy. All outputs are guided and endorsed by the Network’s members.