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Friends from Across the Globe

By PCNA | October 1, 2018

We’re pleased to share this sweet story of a chance connection and friendship kindled at this year’s Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium.

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5 Time Management Tips for Busy Nurses

By PCNA | September 17, 2018

As a busy nurse, you may wonder how you can best manage your time while maximizing productivity and quality of care. We’ve created this handy list of time management tips for busy nurses to help you do just that.

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PCNA joins PAD Task Force in Washington, DC

By PCNA | September 13, 2018

PCNA was proud to join the PAD Task Force is Washington, DC to to call for policies that address Peripheral Artery Disease. Read the press release issued by the Task Force.

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PCNA’s Role in the New Hypertension Guidelines: An Interview with Cheryl Dennison Himmelfarb

By PCNA | August 30, 2018

We talked to PCNA’s representative that helped develop the new Hypertension Guidelines. Cheryl Dennision Himmelfarb shared how the nursing perspective impacted the guidelines and how nurses will help shape their implementation.

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How to Deal with Difficult Coworkers

By PCNA | August 13, 2018

Looking for information on how to handle difficult coworkers? Check out five techniques for building bridges in challenging times here.

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4 Benefits of Online Continuing Education for Nurses

By PCNA | August 2, 2018

Looking for the benefits and importance of online continuing education for nurses? Check out six reasons to choose web-based learning to help you deepen your expertise here.

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We Asked Ourselves: What Does a Preventive Cardiovascular Nurse Do?

By PCNA | August 1, 2018

PCNA convened a Job Panel Analysis Task Force to evaluate what exactly preventive cardiovascular nurses do. This data will help PCNA in creating the most useful content for nurses.

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The Changing Role of Preventive Cardiology in Managing Patients with Diabetes

By PCNA | July 27, 2018

According to the American College of Cardiology, patients with diabetes can decrease their cardiovascular risk by taking certain diabetes medications. Health care providers working in preventive cardiology can improve cardiovascular outcomes by becoming more involved in the management of patients with diabetes.

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5 Self-Care Ideas for Nurses

By PCNA | July 10, 2018

Looking for self-care ideas for nurses? Discover five ways to boost your well-being with a healthy dose of TLC designed just for you here.

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New Partnership with Nursing Collaborative on Climate Challenge and Health

By PCNA | June 29, 2018

The Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association has joined with eight other national nursing organizations as a member of the Nursing Collaborative on Climate Challenge and Health.

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