Here are ten ways you can get involved in Heart Failure Awareness Week 2023! More details about each activity can be found on the Activities page.
2. Follow the campaign hashtags: #HFWeek2023, #MyHFStory2023, #HFChat2023 #HFA365 and #FunctionNotFailure
3. Become a promoter and access a social media kit at SpiralShare and help us spread awareness! We'll draft the content and upload media, you link your social media accounts, edit the posts if you wish, and the share on your channels.
4. Sign into Twitter Wednesday, February 15 at 12:00 PM ET for a lively discussion on heart failure! #HFChat2023 will feature HFSA and several other partner organizations focused on improving heart failure patient outcomes.
5. Tune in to Instagram for a Live Discussion with a patient advocate and a heart failure physician (and tell your friends!) on Tuesday, February 14 at 12:00 PM ET! Our patient advocate will then fully take-over the HFSA Instagram account the following day to show us a day in the life of a patient living with HF. Be sure you're following HFSA on Instagram to catch these moments.
6. Listen to a NEW episode of the Heart Failure Beat Healthy Living podcast, set to be released on Thursday, February 16. The episode will feature a discussion on what's new in heart failure care. You won't want to miss this important update!
7. Follow #MyHFStory2023 all week as people living with heart failure share their stories across Facebook and Instagram. If you're a patient, watch for daily story themes and jump into the conversation, sharing your own story on social media.
8. Sign up for the HFSA Heart Failure Awareness 365 eNewsletter! Heart failure affects millions around the world. That's why, we share patient resources and tools all year long through our Heart Failure Awareness 365 campaign. Sign up for the eNewsletter to have these tools delivered right to your inbox.
9. Post details of local heart failure awareness events and activities on Instagram and be sure to tag #hfweek2023 and @heartfailuresociety.
10. Share valuable patient resources, found at hfsa.org/patient.