November 2018: The Alliance for Heart Failure will be attending the 21st BSH Annual Autumn Meeting (29-30th November) at the QEII Centre in London to meet heart failure professionals and discuss progress on the group’s strategy as well as plans for 2019.
November 2017: MPs from across the country took the opportunity to learn more about heart failure at a drop-in session at Portcullis House on Wednesday, November 15, hosted by Maggie Throup MP, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Heart Disease and Virendra Sharma, Member of Parliament for Ealing […]
August 2017: The Alliance for Heart Failure welcomes the improvements in heart failure services, as reported in the latest National Heart Failure Audit, but calls for much more to be done to address the vast regional variation in patient outcomes. The audit, published on August 10, 2017, reported that mortality […]
What is the Alliance for Heart Failure? The Alliance for Heart Failure is a coalition of charities, patient groups, professional bodies and healthcare companies working together to raise the profile of heart failure in Government, the NHS and media. Current provision for heart care and well-being in the UK is […]
April 2016: Experts say heart failure services have room for improvement The Alliance for Heart Failure has called for immediate action from NHS England to draw up and implement a viable timetable to deliver the recommendations of the ‘Living with Heart Failure’ report, published today by the All Party Parliamentary […]
September 2016: Clinicians, patients and industry unite to raise the profile of heart failure A coalition of charities, patient groups, professional bodies and healthcare companies with an interest in heart failure has been established to raise the profile of the condition within Government, the NHS and the media. The Alliance […]