Chronic Heart Failure – NICE guideline update

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27th November 2020 13:31



Chronic heart failure is a complex clinical syndrome of symptoms and signs that suggest the efficiency of the heart as a pump is impaired. It is caused by structural or functional abnormalities of the heart. Just under a million people in the UK today have been diagnosed with heart failure. The overall prevalence of heart failure is rising because of population ageing and increasing rates of obesity, but treatments for heart failure have become more effective and survival rates have increased.

  • Do you know the latest NICE recommendations on how to diagnose and manage chronic heart failure?
  • Do you know how to put the guidance into action to improve your practice?

Join us on this webinar to address these questions and more! We will also be demonstrating what each step of the recommendations could mean for you by talking through these with a patient journey.

Learning outcomes:

After attending this event participants will be able to: 

  • Describe the key recommendations in the NICE guideline on the diagnosis and management of chronic heart failure
  • Use supporting resources that NICE has available for the care and treatment of chronic heart failure
  • Understand the NICE quality standards and how they can help improve quality of care for patients with heart failure
  • Use examples and practical tips discussed around putting NICE guidance into practice

Designed for: 

Pharmacy and other healthcare professionals welcome to attend


Dr Julie Vile

Implementation Facilitator, NICE Field Team (Wales)
Health and Social Care Directorate – Systems Engagement
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

Dr Rani Khatib

Consultant Cardiology Pharmacist
Honorary Senior Lecturer
NICE HF Guidelines Committee Member (2018)
National Clinical Champion for PCSK9i & Lipid Management

Dr Chris Price

Head of Revalidation Support Unit, Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW)


A presentation and patient case study with the opportunity to ask questions during the webinar to the expert speakers