Category: SHFNF news

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Published on May 6th, 2019
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Launch of our SHFNF 2018 Report

We are pleased to announce we have published our State of Heart Failure Nurse Services in Scotland report.

Published on October 15th, 2017
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Cardiac Devices – Are we meeting patient needs? – Katherine Thompson and Jill Nicholls

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Published on October 15th, 2017
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Diabetes & Heart Failure – Andy Collier

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Published on September 12th, 2017
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New Heart Failure Modules

New: I would like to bring to your attention that for the first time we are introducing a new full on line module called Principles of Contemporary Care in Chronic Heart Failure. This module is specifically designed for professionals who are not working at a specialist heart failure level but who would like to learn more about the principles of heart failure care. This would suit a full range of multi-disciplinary professionals (ward, community and allied health care) professionals who are supporting or are involved in the care of patients living with heart faiPrincipals of Contemporary Care Module

Heart Failure Palliative Care Module

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The existing CHF: Optimising Health and Wellbeing Masters Level Module will continue to be offered for professionals working at an advanced level in Chronic Heart Failure such as heart failure specialist nurses and will be delivered from both Glasgow and London from 2018 onwards.

The Heart Failure Palliative Care Masters Level Module is offered to a wide range of professionals who are involved in the care of patients and families living with and dying from advancing heart failure. This module is delivered from Glasgow Caledonian University from 2018.