Share Your Views – Invite from BHF

Hello Mike,

Hope you’re well.

BHF is looking to do some work around better understanding the views and needs of people affected by heart and circulatory conditions, such as yourself, and we would really appreciate your help.

As well as doing our own consultations with patients and carers later in the year, we’ve asked Picker (a leading organisation in patient centred care) to do some research from an outside perspective.

As part of this they are looking to do phone interviews with patients and carers who have Heart Failure to share their views on the services provided by the NHS and the British Heart Foundation.

Am I right in thinking you have Heart Failure? If so, would you be interested in taking part?

It will be a chance for you to discuss the challenges you and others with the condition face, what you would most want to change about your healthcare, what support you would want from BHF and much more.

You can find out more information on their website (http://ow.ly/oCOf30kxNOr) and Picker will provide you with £30 shopping vouchers as a thank you for your time.

If you’re interested in taking part, or have any questions at all, please get in touch directly with Susanne Käsbauer or Alan Poots at Picker on 01865 208100 or email take_part@pickereurope.ac.uk

I do apologise for the very short notice but do hope you will be able to take part. If you do get involved, do let me know how you found the session.

Best wishes,

Sinduja

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