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British Society for Heart Failure (BSH)

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We, the British Society for Heart Failure (BSH) lead the way in educating doctors, nurses and allied specialists in hospitals and the community towards improving care for those with heart failure. We are proud to have a membership of over 1800 professionals from across the clinical community. It is our aim to equip HCPs involved in heart failure care with up to date specialist education and research. We want to make heart failure a national priority through our activities, so we can preserve life, increase survival and improve quality of life for the nearly 1 million living with heart failure in the UK today.

To read more about more about our "FREEDOM FROM FAILURE – THE F WORD" programme, click here>>


We are delighted to invite you to register for ‘Freedom from Failure,’ the British Society for Heart Failure’s Hybrid Annual Meeting 2021. As always, we have an impactful, informational and engaging educational programme, complemented with an interactive virtual exhibition.

Watch the trailer here

The programme design is optimised for both in person and virtual attendance. With a renowned faculty, choice of sessions and opportunities for networking over 2.5 days from 1st -3rd December 2021, we will be welcoming a global audience.

There will be a limited number of physical places available in the QEII London to maintain a degree of social distancing to protect delegates.

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Register Now - https://www.bsh.org.uk/24th-bsh-annual-hybrid-meeting-1st-3rd-december-2021/

To find out more, to join the BSH and to register for events, please download the BSH App either through Google play or Apple Store and follow the instructions. 

Or visit the BSH website and please follow us:
BSH on Twitter: @BSHeartFailure
BSH Nurse Forum on Twitter: @BSHNurseForum
BSH on LinkedIn
BSH on Instagram: bsheartfailure

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