Thursday, 18 November 2010

Campaigning and policy live chat 24 November 4-6pm

Got a burning question about the campaigning we do and our policies on heart health, but never known who to ask?

Well, get ready, because on Wednesday 24 November between 4pm and 6pm, Betty McBride - our Director of Policy and Communications - and Maura Gillespie - our Head of Policy - will be answering your questions live on our blog.

You could ask us why we’re campaigning for a ban on tobacco vending machines, or why we want to get women and heart disease in the news.

Why not ask what we’re doing to get results for heart patients from the new government, or what we think of their plans for the NHS?

Perhaps you’d like to know what we plan to do next year, or find out how to join our campaigns.

Whatever your question, ask it – we’re ready.

How do I ask a question?

Send your question to us on in advance or on Wednesday, at any time before 6pm:

Email us your question to
Post it on the BHF Facebook page
Tweet it with the hashtag #BHFQs.

Betty and Maura will try to answer as many of your questions as possible on the day. We look forward to hearing from you!


Anonymous said...

What are you going to campaign for next?

Anonymous said...

Why is campaigning for issues important?

Johanna said...

How has the change in government changed how you work? Is it harder now with the ConDem

Ben said...

People smoke because of many reasons, why is taking away vending machines going to have any impact at all?

Peter said...

Why are you not going after alcohol companies like you are tobacco companies?

Glenda said...

What is the latest on cardiac rehab?