Global Heart Failure

Grant support for the following independent educational activities is provided by Novartis Pharma AG, Basel, Switzerland and Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals. Acknowledgment of support for individual activities is listed beneath each title.

Global Heart Failure
Global Heart Failure

Globally, approximately 30 million people suffer from heart failure. Access to education is one of the largest impediments to successful treatment of these patients. This hub aims to educate and inform treatment of this growing population of heart failure sufferers.

The Changing Landscape of SGLT2i’s: Navigating the Latest Clinical Trials

Educational grant support provided by: Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals

Several recent large phase 3 trials for sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors have established cardiovascular benefits of SGLT2i’s among patients with T2D. These developments have generated a need for clinician education focused on the emerging science and ongoing trials that have identified expanding indications beyond the initial treatment for managing glucose in diabetes patients, especially pertaining to their potential impact on HF patients.

Patient Case Quizzes

Test your knowledge of the treatment of Heart Failure and Diabetes Mellitus with two patient case quizzes.


Learn about the relevant clinical trials, the updated indications for the SGLT2 inhibitors, and the impact on clinical practice.

Primary Care Physician (PCP) Heart Failure | April 13, 2020

Educational grant support provided by: Novartis Pharma AG

This online learning experience allows PCPs in Latin America the opportunity to increase practical knowledge and gain valuable skills in the assessment, diagnosis, guideline-driven medical therapy, and special considerations such as acute care needs of the heart failure patient.

Access the English version here

Access the Spanish version here.

Heart Failure Essentials for Nurses | April 24, 2020

Educational grant support provided by: Novartis Pharma AG

This professional certificate program was designed with nurses in mind. The latest heart failure knowledge is available to improve patient outcomes and clinical practice. Click on In English or In Spanish below to begin this course.

In English In Spanish



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Each activity has different objectives for healthcare professionals and different audiences within the care team. By completing these activities, you will know more about current trends and information regarding heart failure management and treatment.

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