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Patient Material

Heart Valve Voice is committed to developing and implementing engaging materials, which help to increase awareness of heart valve disease an to ensure timely detection and appropriate treatment are given to those who need it at the right time.


Check out the video content from some of our previous events, including our check-up event at Everton F.C., advice from some of our doctors and the key calls to action from our first White Paper, plus many more. Share these videos with your friends and family if you find the useful, or you can also head to our YouTube channel for more video content. YouTube channel


In 2018, working with tech start-up Digital Pop-Ups we helped launch Heart Valve AR, an augmented reality tool that allows patients to explore the workings of a catheterisation laboratory on their phone or tablet. The app is now used in hospitals to support and reassure patients ahead of their appointment. Print off a leaflet and scan the code on your phone by using a Zappar app. You can use the augmented reality to show your patients the inside of a TAVI Cath lab.

Children’s Book

The book was written by Michael Woan, a 12-year- old boy whose family has been touched by heart valve disease, and illustrated by artist and designer Sally Brown.

The story is based on a true relationship between a young boy, his sister and his grandad.The book takes readers through the stages of grandad’s heart valve disease, from the perspective of a child. The book provides a useful tool for families dealing with heart valve disease, help them talk to their children and grandchildren about the condition.

Click Video to view a video of the book being read by actor Chris Geere or get a free digital copy Book.


In 2018, we launched our first annual Heart Valve Voice magazine, which detailed all the incredible work done by the Heart Valve Voice team throughout the year. The magazine also highlighted a number of patient stories, explaining how they have been affected by heart valve disease and how their lives have changed after receiving treatment. The magazine was distributed to 30 heart valve clinics across the UK, allowing patients to learn more about the charity’s activities and the sources of support available to them. Click for a digital copy here of the magazine.