The Heart Failure Society of America (HFSA) would like to announce that Heart Failure Awareness Week will take place on February 11-17, 2018.
To increase national awareness about the severity of this disease, HFSA declared through the US Senate in 2001 the week of Valentine’s Day as National Heart Failure Awareness Week. HFSA is asking the public to take action by supporting the society’s efforts to promote heart failure awareness, patient education, and heart failure prevention.
“Do Your Part, Know Your Heart” Campaign
The Do Your Part, Know Your Heart campaign is a community-focused heart failure awareness initiative that encourages individuals to take an active role in maintaining their heart health. The campaign aims to promote self-health awareness by encouraging regular checkups, educating about the signs and symptoms of heart failure, providing information on diet and exercise, and stressing the importance of regular screenings. Do Your Part, Know Your Heart seeks to make living with heart failure less of a challenge, and arms patients with the information and resources they need to take control of their heart health. For more information visit www.hfsa.org/hfweek2018.
Join the HFSA Heart Failure Awareness Week Thunderclap Campaign!
Spread awareness to heart failure patients and their families about the Heart Failure Society of America’s tools and educational resources. Support our Heart Failure Awareness Week 2018 Thunderclap Campaign, and help us reach our goal of 100 supporters. Make sure to share the campaign with all your colleagues, friends & families!
1. Click on our Heart Failure Awareness Week 2018 Thunderclap Campaign
2. Choose which social media platform(s) you would like to support with
3. & that’s it!
On February 11th at 12:00 PM EST a one-time message on your chosen social media account(s) will blast the campaign messaging!
Plan your own Heart Failure Awareness Week Event & use the HFSA Turnkey Kit
The Heart Failure Society of America has produced an updated turnkey kit and supplemental materials to assist professionals in planning events related to heart failure either during National Heart Failure Awareness Week or at other times during the year. For more information and to view the 2018 HFSA Turnkey Kit visit www.hfsa.org/hfweek2018.
To aid in patient education and awareness efforts, HFSA has planned events and social media activities the week of Heart Failure Awareness Week. For more information and event updates, please visit www.hfsa.org/hfweek2018.