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European Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day

We are one month away from the upcoming European Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day to be held on 8 September at London ExCel.

We are also looking for people with experience of heart valve disease to come join us in London on 8 September. Some of the exciting options for participation include the day itself featuring a patient/clinician summit, meet and greets, presentations and we will be revealing some new resources that will help patients in their understanding of heart valve disease.

We will also be holding a Tweet Chat for those who can't be with us in London. A tweet chat involves Twitter users from all over participating in a Tweet discussion, allowing users to ask questions, share insight and contribute their experiences from the comfort of their own home or wherever they might be. Following the hashtag #heartvalveday, we will be sharing facts, figures, resources and answering all of your queries with the help of the Heart Valve Voice team, expert clinicians and patients ambassadors.

While the day will be full of learning opportunities, one that we are particularly excited about is the introduction of our new webinar series. The first of the series will be discussing the role of primary care in the detection and diagnosis of valve disease. The CPD approved webinar will be hosted by Dr Chris Arden.

If you are interested in attending or would like more information please get in touch at info@heartvalvevoice.com and to find out more about our webinar series: https://webinarsforgps.com/heart-valve-voice-webinars

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Heart Valve Voice - Overview

Upcoming Events

PCR London Valves
The South Coast Summit will be a meeting involving clinicians, heart valve experts, patients and political figures brought together for a discussion that will provide a more detailed picture of the challenges and blockages to services that heart valve disease patients experience in the UK.
BSE Conference

Heart valve disease is caused by either wear, disease or damage of one or more of the heart’s valves, affecting the flow of blood through the heart.