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25in25 – preventing unnecessary deaths due to heart failure

4 April 2024
Heart failure prevalence is increasing in the UK, requiring long-term strategies. Join Lisa Anderson and Janine Hogan from the British Society for Heart Failure to see how a new initiative – 25in25 – aims to tackle this challenge.


Lisa Anderson, Heart Failure Consultant and Honorary Reader
Cardiovascular Clinical Academic Group, Molecular and Clinical Sciences Research Institute,
St. George’s, University of London and St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London

Janine Hogan, Director of External Affairs for the British Society for Heart Failure

Learning objectives
  • To understand the challenges in managing heart failure in an ageing population with comorbidities and risk factors. 
  • To recognise the importance of creating a focused, collaborative approach to tackle heart failure care inequality across the UK.
  • To understand how the goals of the 25in25 initiative can help local communities identify area-specific heart failure risks and develop local solutions by using an approach based on the ‘fast-track cities’ for HIV.


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