Arizona Spring Chapter Program
Join us for a complimentary educational event this spring, where you can network with colleagues, earn 2.0 CE contact hours, and learn more about PCNA. Hosted by the Arizona Chapter.
PCNA members and non-members are welcome to register and attend this free event. Please share this with colleagues and friends.
Program supported by Novo Nordisk Inc.
|11:00||Sign in and Welcome|
|11:30||Novo Nordisk Presentation: GLP1RA in CVD: Data and Guidelines with Lunch (non-CE)|
|12:30||National Guidelines for the Primary Prevention of CVD (1 CE)|
|1:30||Women and Heart Disease: Menarche to Menopause – Unmasking Sex-Specific Cardiovascular Risk Factors (1 CE)|
National Guidelines for the Primary Prevention of CVD: Integrating Hypertension, Cholesterol, Diabetes, and Lifestyle Guidelines into Practice (1.0 CE)
- Cite and locate national guidelines related to CVD Risk Reduction
- Using a case study approach, apply current CVD prevention and risk reduction guidelines to patient care planning.
- Explain how CV risk assessment tools and patient-centered approaches can help to individualize risk factor management.
- Describe how to identify and manage CV risk factors according to current guideline recommendations.
Women and Heart Disease: Menarche to Menopause – Unmasking Sex-Specific Cardiovascular Risk Factors (1.0 CE contact hours)
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