Register now for the Heart Failure Policy Summit

News & Events

5 October 2021

Join the Heart Failure Policy Network for the inaugural Heart Failure Policy Summit (16–18 November) – a new virtual event dedicated to the heart failure policy and advocacy community in Europe.

Our goal is to empower national heart failure advocates to take action and engage decision-makers in their respective countries. The summit will bring together patient advocates, healthcare professionals, clinical leaders, policymakers and other key figures in system transformation across Europe.

The summit will frame heart failure alongside major policy debates, such as health system sustainability and resilience; showcase change leaders in heart failure policy; facilitate peer learning; and highlight priority topics for the future of heart failure care. Further updates on the agenda and speakers will be released shortly.

The summit will be a comprehensive, virtual event. Attendance is free of charge and open to all who are passionate about transforming heart failure care. We hope you can join us in November!

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