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Inspirational Advice for Cardiovascular Nurses from our Members

By PCNA | December 12, 2018

Discover Valuable Insights and Wisdom on Making the Most of Your Career Many cardiovascular nurses continually search for ways to expand their knowledge and skills that can help them achieve…

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PCNA and Million Hearts: Helping More People Reap the Benefits of Cardiac Rehab

By PCNA | November 27, 2018

Participation in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) improves quality of life and reduces the risk of death and readmissions to the hospital. Individuals who complete all 36 sessions of CR have a…

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PCNA Endorses New Cholestrol and Physical Acitivity Guidelines

By PCNA | November 27, 2018

Prevention was a major theme of the 2018 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions held in Chicago this November. Two guideline updates are especially relevant to preventive cardiovascular nurses. The Preventive…

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Staying Fit During the Holidays: Plan to Keep Moving and Have Fun

By PCNA | November 23, 2018

Are you looking for ways to keep fit during the holidays? Does your exercise routine seem to come to a halt when you are with family or friends and away…

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Can Eating Yogurt Reduce Cardiometabolic Risk?

By PCNA | November 5, 2018

Eating 8 ounces of low-fat yogurt before a meal can improve post-meal metabolism and therefore reduce the risk of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

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8 Smart Mobile Apps and Gadgets for Heart Health

By PCNA | November 5, 2018

As a team, cardiovascular health and technology experts have come together to develop a myriad of downloadable tools at your fingertips to help prevent and manage CVD. Here are a few apps and gadgets for heart health that you can use – and recommend to your patients.

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The Role of Prevention in Reducing Cardiovascular Health Care Costs

By PCNA | November 5, 2018

There is currently no evidence to support universal screening for CVD, similar to that for various types of cancer. But a recent study showed that improved detection and prevention of advanced subclinical CVD could have a big impact on long-term health and future health care costs.

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6 Healthy Work-Life Balance Tips for Nurses

By PCNA | October 29, 2018

How can you go about achieving work-life balance? Use these tips especially for nurses to help guide the way toward a satisfying career and personal life.

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5 Signs You’re a Cardiovascular Nurse

By PCNA | October 10, 2018

Cardiovascular nurses work hard every day to help patients enjoy healthier and happier lives. While at times you might feel like your job is a lot to manage, the chances are good that you’ve become adept at overcoming obstacles with patience and resilience.

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5 Ways to Strengthen Nurse-Physician Relationships

By PCNA | October 2, 2018

Looking for ways to strengthen the nurse-physician relationship? Find effective communication strategies between nurses and physicians here.

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