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Our mission is 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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Get the best available heart failure knowledge and the latest clinical advances. Watch on-demand webinars on Late-Breaking Trials, and access clinical cases, important HFA position papers, and more.
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Heart Failure 2021, Florence, Italy.
HFA Winter Meeting 2021.
Join our global community of Heart Failure Professionals.
Interactive online modules, postgraduate certification, webinars, grants: the HFA has an educational programme to suit all healthcare professionals.
The HFA strives to increase awareness of the disease and inform patients, their families and caregivers about living with heart failure.
The most exciting basic and translational heart failure meeting in Europe is happening soon.
Network with your peers.Be directly involved in the initiatives led by HoT Members.
Get all published HFA position papers from 2019, in one place.
Available to HFA Silver and Gold Members and to HFA Fellows.
HFA Members access a portfolio of exclusive benefits
Join Prof. Sanem Nalbantgil, Prof. Stephan Schueler and Prof. Andrew Coats.
Free for everyone.
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Heart Failure is the world's leading congress for experts in cardiology to discuss strategies for a universal approach towards the prevention and treatment of heart failure.
ESC Congress is first and foremost a celebration of science. It is all about challenging and inspiring cardiovascular professionals to discover and deliver the best care possible to their patients.
European Society of Cardiology
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06903, Sophia Antipolis, France
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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