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Continuing education resources to provide evidence-based care in the fast-changing world of cardiovascular nursing
In this free continuing education course covering the sex differences in heart failure, Mariell Jessup, MD, reviews disparities in the diagnosis and treatment of heart failure. This heart failure continuing education course has a keen focus on health equity, artificial intelligence (AI), and the inclusion of women in clinical trials.Learn More
In this free pharmacology continuing education course, Eryn Bryant, RN, MS, ANP discusses the use of GLP-1 Receptor Agonists (GLP-1 RAs) in clinical practice. This CE course describes the cardiovascular and heart failure outcomes associated with this important hormone.Learn More
Learn practical approaches for cardiovascular clinicians to incorporate the treatment of diabetic patients in cardiology practices. Stanford endocrinologist, Dr. Marilyn Tan reviews current clinical practice guidelines and prescribing recommendations for diabetic therapies that have proven CV outcomes. Then learn to apply these recommendations to cardiovascular patient case studies with nurse practitioner Cindy Lamendola.Learn More
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What is the connection between skeletal muscle mass and cardiovascular health? Three recent studies demonstrate that an increase in skeletal muscle mass could lead to improved cardiovascular health regardless of fat mass. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death and disability worldwide.1 To improve cardiovascular health, the American Heart Association (AHA) recommends monitoring of…Read More
Pregnancy Presents Distinct Opportunities for Nurse-Led Maternal Cardiovascular Disease Prevention United States maternal health is currently under the microscope. Unacceptably high rates of maternal mortality and morbidity have required maternal health advocates, health care providers, researchers, policymakers, and health care systems to intently examine the complex problems from many angles. In the cardiovascular arena, mounting…Read More
Melissa Magwire, MSN, RN, CDCES authored the following post as a part of PCNA’s collaboration with the Know Diabetes By Heart TM initiative. Getting to the Heart of the Issue The decision to become a cardiovascular nurse occurred at the same time that I decided this noble career was the path I would be taking.…Read More
Save the Date: Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium
Join us in Las Vegas in 2022 for the 28th Annual Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium, happening March 24-26, 2022 at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel.