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Continuing education resources to provide evidence-based care in the fast-changing world of cardiovascular nursing
This hour-long continuing education (CE) course on women and CVD is presented by Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Mayo Clinic cardiologist and expert in sex and gender-based cardiology. In this course, Dr. Hayes discusses the differences in CVD presentation in women and men, covers new research regarding spontaneous coronary artery dissection in women, and highlights the role…Learn More
Don’t Sleep on It This skill-based CE program will help clinicians feel confident in their ability to perform a sleep assessment in order to identify those at risk for common sleep disorders, as well as better understand the treatment options available for disordered sleep.Learn More
Addressing Burnout Among Nurses and Creating Strategies for Resilience An expert on nurse burnout, self-care and how to cultivate resilience, Dr. Cynda Rushton provides practical tips and strategies as well as evidence to explain their long-term benefit.Learn More
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The recently updated clinical practice guideline for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) entitled, 2020 AHA/ACC Guideline for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Executive Summary1 provides recommendations for the diagnosis and management of adult and pediatric populations, with Class of Recommendation (COR) and Level of Evidence (LOE). HCM is an inherited cardiovascular disease in…Read More
Thank you to Diana-Lyn Baptiste, DNP, RN, CNE, FAAN and Olubunmi Ogungbe, MPH, RN for this article on the decline in hypertension awareness in young women. An Alarming Concern for Cardiovascular Nurses Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a leading risk factor for preventable deaths in the US.1 Almost half of US adults have hypertension,…Read More
Yvonne Commodore-Mensah Represents PCNA for Scientific Statement on Psychological Health, Well-Being, and the Mind-Heart-Body Connection
Thank you to Yvonne Commodore-Mensah for representing PCNA and nursing in the creation of a new scientific statement the American Heart Association (AHA) on the relationship between psychological health and cardiovascular disease. We are so proud of our accomplishments and to have you on our board of directors. From the AHA: “A new Statement from…Read More
Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium
PCNA’s Annual Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium is going virtual in 2021. We will continue our tradition of combining clinically relevant content with an intimate setting that allows you to return to your practice rejuvenated and energized.