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Continuing Education Made Simple
Continuing education resources to provide evidence-based care in the fast-changing world of cardiovascular nursing
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) and heart disease share the same risk factors and often co-exist. This CE course on PAD is presented by Abbie Schrader, ARNP, who discusses the epidemiology of PAD and its comorbidities, including the disparities in diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes. PAD is a life-threatening condition that can be managed with proper care,…Learn More
Clinical management of chronic cardiovascular disease is a key component of the work of advanced practice nurses and RNs in the cardiology and primary care settings. This annual pharmacology CE program was designed to meet the clinical practice and recertification needs of these clinicians. This 2021 curriculum includes a comprehensive approach to pharmacology in: The…Learn More
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Advancing Health Equity Health equity has been defined as “When every person has a fair opportunity to attain his or her full health potential, and no one is disadvantaged from achieving this potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances”.1 This is a cause that cardiovascular nurses can support. All nurses are obligated…Read More
Addressing Barries to Communicating Effectivey About Obesity There are conversations that many of us dread. The subject matter is difficult. It may not be the first time we’ve had this discussion with the individual—and maybe our previous interactions did not go very smoothly. We know we should think about options—and plan—for the interaction, but we…Read More
Heart failure currently affects an estimated 6.2 million US adults1 and approximately 2% of individuals on a global scale.2 According to recommendations by the American College of Cardiology Foundation and the American Heart Association (AHA), exercise training is considered an effective treatment for chronic heart failure at a class 1 level3 and recognized as a…Read More
Heart Failure Summit
This engaging, guidelines-based program includes best practices, collegial connections, and inspiration. As the progression of heart failure varies from individual to individual, knowing about and applying strategies in both disease management and patient support can benefit both providers and their patients, families, and caregivers.