Opportunities to shape BHF's work

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We're committed to ensuring that people affected by heart and circulatory diseases and their risk factors have the opportunity to influence and shape our work.

Here you'll find out about the different ways you can get involved and share your experiences.

Help develop innovative approaches to heart failure

We’re providing grant funding to organisations to help them develop innovative approaches to ultimately benefit people affected by heart failure. If you've been affected by the condition and want to help us ensure we fund those that are important and relevant to patients, this could be the opportunity for you.

Express your interest by 25th OctoBER 2019

Help us develop our award winning resources

Work with us, using your experiences of heart and circulatory diseases and their risk factors, to ensure we're providing the information and support people need. Whether it's providing feedback online or face-to-face, we want to hear your thoughts.



The external opportunities that we advertise here are for information only. They are not related to BHF projects. If you choose to get involved, you will not be representing the BHF, but representing your own experiences as someone affected by heart and circulatory diseases.

Join a new Cardiology Public & Patient Involvement Group 

Do you live in Birmingham, and have an interest in cardiology research? COYOTE is run by the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham cardiology research department. It’s open to friends & family, health professionals, scientists and anyone with an interest in cardiology research. This is your chance to share your experiences and learn about various heart conditions and cardiology research in your local area. 

Email the group to find out more

Something to promote?

If you’ve got a project that will benefit from patient involvement then complete this simple form and send it back to us at [email protected].

Tell us about your project and how you’d like to involve people affected by heart and circulatory disease and we’ll help promote it.

Want more information? Email [email protected] or call 0207 554 0426.