About Making the Invisible Visible
The Heart Foundation’s Making the Invisible Visible campaign aims to increase awareness of heart disease in women with health professionals and the broader community.
Heart disease in women is an invisible killer – often going unnoticed and not openly talked about. It is a leading killer of Australian women, but it continues to be under-recognised, under-researched, and under-treated. In Australia, the disease continues to take the lives of 22 females every day – killing almost three times as many women as breast cancer.
In 2018 the campaign theme is focused on how vascular conditions during pregnancy, such as hypertension, preeclampsia and gestational diabetes, can have a lasting impact on women's heart health.
We’ve created a range of materials that you can use to spread the message about Making the Invisible Visible. Download below and start raising awareness about heart disease in women.
Making the Invisible Visible 2018 Toolkit
This toolkit will help you start the conversation about women and heart disease and the steps we all need to take to reduce the risk.
Download our printable posters and display prominently on your information display boards to get patients and staff thinking about women and heart disease.
Click on the images to download (PDF)
Social media images
Share these images on your social channels and help raise awareness.
Add this to your email signature and get the conversation started.
Powerpoint presentation template
Give your colleagues a short presentation on women and heart disease and help spread the message about Making the Invisible Visible.
Share these prepared articles with your networks to promote Making the Invisible Visible.