A new practical guide has been produced to help healthcare systems across England get back on track in tackling cardiovascular disease (CVD) following disruption caused by Covid-19.
A new practical guide has been produced to help primary care teams across England overcome limitations created by COVID-19 and continue to deliver quality cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention services.
Issues & Answers is hosting a series of free, bite-sized COVID-19 webinars for primary healthcare professionals. The webinars have been created to support HCPs during these unprecedented times, giving much needed guidance around how to manage patients with high-risk conditions.
Please click here to access the on demand page.
We are hearing that fewer people are being seen in hospital with heart attacks, strokes and heart failure in recent weeks, which suggests that people are not seeking help when they should do.
Please follow the following link for COVID-19 information and patient videos from Arrhythmia Alliance UK:
Please follow the following link to see a position statement from the British Heart Valve Society regarding heart valve disease during the Coronavirus pandemic:
The British Society for Heart Failure has issued a statement, written with support from the PCCS, which is crucially important in lobbying to maintain vital services to vulnerable heart failure patients and, in addition, will provide guidance for relevant healthcare organisations and professionals during this acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please distribute widely to those you feel should see this document.
Read the full statement here.