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Continuing education resources to provide evidence-based care in the fast-changing world of cardiovascular nursing
The 2018 physical activity guidelines are the focus of this conversational program presented by Dr. Geoffrey Moore and nurse practitioner Kim Newlin. Learn what role nurses play in exercise assessment and prescription and the common barriers and facilitators to the adoption of healthy behaviors.Learn More
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
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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Using a clinically accurate validated device for blood pressure monitoring is important in the battle against uncontrolled hypertension. Uncontrolled Hypertension Remains a Clinical and Public Health Challenge Approximately, 46% of US adults (108 million adults) have hypertension, defined as ≥130/80 mm Hg.1 Of US adults with hypertension, less than a quarter (21.6%) have controlled blood…Read More
Each year, PCNA invites nurses and other healthcare professionals to submit abstracts on the topic of cardiovascular risk reduction and disease management for presentation at the Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium. Abstracts fit into two categories: original research and innovative projects. In 2021, we were proud to accept 17 posters for presentation at our meeting. You can…Read More
At each year’s Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium, PCNA recognizes individuals and an institution for their significant contributions to cardiovascular nursing and cardiovascular disease prevention and management. We are honored to celebrate health care providers by acknowledging their many accomplishments. Each award winner is recognized below with their photo and biography. PCNA celebrated outstanding leadership by inducting…Read More
Spring Learning Event
Join us on June 8, 2021 for our free Spring Learning Event. Earn 2.0 CE contact hours, including 0.5 pharmacology learning about PAD, VTE, and the virtual treatment of AFib.