HeartLife Hub

HeartLife Hub

Advancing patient engagement in research and patient empowerment in heart failure.

This platform serves as a collaborative hub, uniting network researchers, patients, theme co-leads, and partners who are engaged in the diverse research projects and studies spearheaded by the CHF Alliance and the Heartlife Foundation.



Expand heart failure research through meaningful patient engagement.

Advance patient-oriented research methods

Promote and Support patient-driven research.

Promote Indigenous patient engagement and empowerment

Patient Partners

We are creating opportunities to provide input into research.


We are supporting researchers to roster innovation.


We are developing patient partners to foster meaningful engagement.

The Hub

This platform fosters a collaborative environment by assembling researchers from the network, patients, and theme co-leads, as well as partners participating in the wide array of research initiatives conducted by the CHF Alliance and the Heartlife Foundation.

HeartLife Foundation

HeartLife Foundation is Canada’s first – and only – national patient-led Heart Failure organization. We are a Federal Charity aimed at raising public awareness of Heart Failure, engaging patients, families, and caregivers to provide education and support, facilitate access to the latest research, innovations, and treatments, and advocate better care for all.

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Canadian Heart Failure Alliance (CHFA)

The CHF Alliance is a pan-Canadian, patient-driven research network dedicated to overcoming the challenges of heart failure to improve its prediction, prevention, diagnosis and management. To do this, the CHF Alliance has brought together Canada’s most innovative researchers and clinical experts in the field of heart failure, patients with lived experience of heart failure and caregivers, Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Holders, government, policy makers, knowledge users, not-for-profit organizations, health care providers, academic institutions and industry partners. The CHF Alliance is funded by the CIHR and the Heart and Stroke Foundation.