01 November 2016
Today, Heart Valve Voice launches its report, ‘Towards a Heart Healthy Future: a 2020 Vision for Heart Valve Disease’ at a parliamentary event attended by MPs, clinicians and patients from across the country.
24 May 2019
With the success of the 2018 cycle ride, the team from Heart Valve Voice wake this morning having completed their third awareness raising cycle ride to EuroPCR.
13 March 2019
As Chairman of Heart Valve Voice I am happy to announce the appointment of our newest member to the Trustee Board, Alison Banayoti. Alison will sit as our second patient representative on the board and brings with her a passion for sharing her story and helping to raise awareness of heart valve disease.
11 January 2019
Heart Valve Voice Chairman Chris Young, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, is pleased to welcome Chris Arden, General Practitioner (GP) with a special interest in Cardiovascular Disease & Echocardiography and Editor in Chief of the Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal as the newest member of our esteemed trustee board.
08 January 2019
2018 was busiest year yet at Heart Valve Voice. We have accomplished a lot over 2018 including our Gold Standard of Care Guidelines, the first ever European Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day, the London to Paris Cycle ride, The Patient Portraits Photography competition, patient events, meetings, parliament events, conferences and much more.
04 December 2018
On 4 November Wil Woan, CEO, joined patient ambassador Brenda Walker at the Houses of Parliament for a panel discussion with the Medical Technology Group (MTG).
22 November 2018
Trustees Keith Jackson and Pat Khan recently attended the Issues and Answers conference held in Nottingham. The yearly conference was co-chaired by Dr Chris Arden, GPSI cardiology, Chandlers Ford, and editor-in-chief of Primary Care and Cardiovascular Journal (PCCJ).
22 November 2018
On 23 November, Wil Woan, Chief Executive will be attending an important roundtable hosted by the Health Service Journal to discuss Getting innovations into practice: how can the NHS speed up?
20 October 2018
The EACTS meeting brings together health professionals devoted to the practice of cardio-thoracic surgery. Their membership spreads all over the world with 4000 active members including surgeons, perfusionists and allied health professionals.