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Background

Heart failure (HF) is a condition in which the heart does not work well to pump blood around the body. In this study we want to identify and follow a group of patients with this type of HF for a year to better understand their HF, their other conditions, needs for support, experience of treatment, and if they have problems requiring hospital care. We will collect information at the start, then 6 and 12 months later. We will use the information from the data collected and from a review of other studies, to develop the best (optimised) way of managing patients with collaboration between general practice and specialist services. 

Study Design: Longitudinal cohort study
Sponsor:

Cambridge University Hospital NHS FT
University of Cambridge

Contact Details:

optimisehfpef@phc.ox.ac.uk

Chief Investigator:

Professor Christi Deaton 

Trial Website:

https://www.optimisehfpef.phpc.cam.ac.uk/


Trial management: