Heart Failure Awareness Week and Virtual Patient and Caregiver Day Are Coming!

Heart Failure Awareness Week 2022

February 13, 2022 - February 19, 2022 | Virtual


Look below for a comprehensive list of activities taking place during Heart Failure Awareness Week 2022! Check back soon for more information!

Live Discussion and Q&A with HF Providers - Tuesday
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Tuesday, February 15: 12:00 PM ET

Get your questions about heart failure treatment and care answered during a live discussion and Q&A with nationally renowned specialists during Heart Failure Awareness Week! Questions and answers will be focused on a patient audience.

Be sure you're following HFSA on Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube to join in the conversation. You may submit your question(s) below for a chance to have it answered during the live Q&A! 


  • Eiran Z. Gorodeski, MD, MPH, FACC, FHFSA Medical Director of the Advanced Heart Failure & Transplant Center and the James and Angela Hambrick Center for Cardiac Recovery, University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute @EiranGorodeski 
  • Kaushik Jain, DO, FACC, FHFSA, Advanced Heart Failure Cardiologist - Hunstville Hospital @drkaushikjain 
  • Monique Robinson, MD, PhD Advanced Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Cardiologist at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center

This event will be recorded and available to watch after the session concludes.

#HFChat2022 Twitter Chat - Wednesday
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Wednesday, February 16: 12:00 PM EST | Twitter | Follow hashtag #HFChat2022

Join HFSA and other heart failure-focused organizations on Twitter for a lively discussion on heart failure. The purpose of the chat is to provide healthcare providers and heart failure patients with an overview on the status of heart failure and to discuss ways to improve quality of care and expand heart failure awareness.


Heart Failure Beat Healthy Living Podcast New Episode Release - Thursday
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Tune in for a NEW EPISODE to be released during Heart Failure Awareness Week! The episode will feature a discussion on Optimizing the Heart Failure Patient-Provider Relationship - Have you ever felt nervous to ask your doctors and nurses questions about your condition? Do you ever feel stuck and unsure of what your symptoms mean? Tune into this podcast episode featuring a conversation between Dr. Brittany Clayborne – a 36-year-old mother that was in perfect health until 26 years of age being diagnosed with condition called Peripartum Cardiomyopathy – and her physician Dr. Mark Drazner, HFSA President and Clinical Chief of Cardiology at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX.

Heart Failure affects over 6.5 million people globally.  Each month, join the Heart Failure Society of America as we interview patients, caregivers, and heart failure clinicians highlighting key things patients and caregivers need to know about healthy living with heart failure. Listen to episodes and subscribe to the podcast >>

The Heart Failure Beat: Healthy Living series is part of the Heart Failure Awareness 365 campaign led by HFSA. Learn more about the campaign >>  


Become a Promoter - Ongoing

Spread awareness to heart failure patients and their families about the Heart Failure Society of America’s tools and educational resources. Become a promoter of Heart Failure Awareness Week at SpiralShare, and share our content on your social media. With your help we can reach more people!

How to become a promoter:

  • View the campaign page
  • Click the "Media" icon in the menu and download your favorite graphic(s)
  • Click the social media channel icon in the menu to select content to edit or post as-is
  • Click the email icon in the menu to find sample content to include in an email or newsletter

Plan an Event and Share it with HFSA Followers - Ongoing

One of the best ways to teach people about the risk factors, symptoms, treatment options, and latest research is by hosting an event. Though in-person events may still not be feasible, virtual events allow you to reach an even greater audience by inviting people to dial-in right from their homes!

Share your events with HFSA!

Once your event or activity is scheduled, be sure to share your heart failure event to get your event listed on the HFSA website and in social media posts!

Share highlights, photos (or screenshots), or other exciting news from your event on Twitter using #hfweek2022.

Follow HFSA on Social Media

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