Our mission: To improve quality of life and longevity, through better prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart failure, including the establishment of networks for its management, education and research.
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Updated in 2016, the ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic heart failure are available for use in daily practice.
The Heart Failure Association's Open Access journal is an exciting window of opportunity to present your research.
Interactive online modules, postgraduate certification, grants and scholarships: the HFA has an educational programme to suit all healthcare professionals.
Come back regularly for the latest papers, trends and information in the heart failure field.
The latest publications in heart failure research and science, every month, online or in print. The Journal is part of the HFA membership benefits.
Discover how the Heart Failure Association online education courses can improve best practice, develop skills and manage better patient outcomes.
The HFA Winter Meeting on Translational Heart Failure Research has a long-standing tradition and has emerged as the best basic and translational heart failure meeting in Europe.
Dedicated platform for heart failure patients, their families and caregivers.Over 2.2 million users worldwide.
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An event that provides initial training in clinical investigation for young heart failure specialists.
Over 45 heart failure societies and working groups join with us to implement changes on an international level
Under 40 and in training? This is the group for you - a platform for an active, creative and multidisciplinary network of young people interested in heart failure.
Based on the Heart Failure Specialist Curriculum, this annual exam will help certify your knowledge in heart failure.
Take part in heart failure surveys and registries run in accordance with the European Society of Cardiology. Put your hospital on the map.
Annual Winter Research Meeting
Held in Les Diablerets, Switzerland, on 25-28 January 2017, this meeting covers aspects of Translational and Basic Science in heart failure
Join Prof. Giuseppe Rosano, Prof. Stefan Anker and Prof. Petar Seferovic
Free for everyone
The workshop aims to recognize Acute Coronary Syndromes as a cause of Acute Heart Failure and effectively manage both conditions by invasive and non-invasive strategies.
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