Immigrants and refugees face various health concerns that require early and rapid interventions to prevent adverse health outcomes. Nurses are pivotal in promoting cardiovascular health as they are equipped to provide equal and equitable healthcare in diverse settings.Read More
With more than 27 million nurses globally, the importance of the Global Cardiovascular Nursing Leadership Forum (GCNLF) continues to grow. In October, representatives from 12 countries gathered in person to learn about strategies to leverage nursing to advance global cardiovascular health, then discussed how to apply these strategies into their own region.
Read more about the meeting and GCNLF activities around the globe in our recent article.Read More
Join Elizabeth Ann Robinson, PhD, RN, CNS and learn to identify the sources of personal accomplishment in your work. She’ll summarize ways to use your authentic voice within the shifting…Read More
Sexual and gender minorities–those identified as LGBQT+–are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Investigate the connections between heart health and minority stressors, poverty, care delays or avoidance, discrimination, and other…Read More
Cardiovascular disease prevention can–and should–begin before patients develop any risk factors. Learn about strategies for primordial prevention (including maternal risks of CVD), reducing health disparities, and how they can be…Read More
Thank you to Cristine Zeng, PhD candidate, BN, MN, RN, Professor Lin Perry, and Dr Xiaoyue Xu for this article on cardiovascular health in Chinese immigrants. Cardiovascular Health in Chinese…Read More
Learn from your colleagues around the globe about best practices in the clinical setting, advocacy, and leadership in this global perspectives in cardiovascular nursing course. This program includes sessions on the…Read More