The Irish Heart Foundation’s ‘Faces of Heart Failure’ campaign marks Heart Failure Awareness Week which runs from the 02nd to the 08th of May 2022.
The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the symptoms and risk factors for heart failure.
The ‘Faces of Heart Failure’ campaign also aims to showcase the different people who are living with or caring for people with heart failure.
It is estimated that 90,000 people live with heart failure in Ireland.
Meet some of the people living with heart failure in Ireland today
Meet some of the healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients with heart failure.
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The Irish Heart Foundation’s Heart Support Network is organising a number of online/zoom events throughout the month of May for heart failure awareness.
Please see details below of two upcoming online talks.
If you would like to attend please email email@example.com for a zoom link
Tuesday 24th May:
7.30pm – Donagh Ward, IACP Counselling Psychotherapist on ‘Managing the psychological and emotional impact of living with heart failure’.
Thursday 26th May:
7.30pm – ‘Heart Failure Awareness’ by Prof Aidan Flynn, Consultant Cardiologist, Portiuncula Hospital followed by a talk on ‘Self-Management and living with Heart Failure’, by CNS Heart Failure, Catherine Nolan/Nicola Fahy.