Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Symposium - Scientific Sessions 2022

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  • OnDemandâ„¢ access through Jan. 4, 2021
  • 3 days of Resuscitation Science Symposium access
  • 35 CME and MOC credits available
  • Meaningful networking opportunities
  • CPR guidelines
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The Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Symposium does not require a separate registration. Scientific Sessions 2020 registration includes access to the Symposium!

Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Symposium 2020

The Cardiovascular Nursing (CVN) Clinical Symposium is a one-day forum that provides cutting-edge clinical information for staff nurses and Advanced Practice Nurses who care for patients with cardiovascular disease and stroke. The symposium will share proven best clinical practices in the care of this patient population.

The symposium covers a wide variety of topics important to cardiovascular and stroke clinicians. This year, we are excited to begin the day with the keynote address "Looking Beyond the Device: Setting the Stage for a New Normal After an ICD." This will be followed by an update on new cholesterol medications. There will be a session on "Novel Heart Failure Innovations" for those interested in Heart Failure. We are also excited to have a panel discussion on Cardiac Monitoring. The morning will end with an update on "The New UNOS Heart Transplant Guidelines".

In the afternoon you might be interested in a talk on "Patient Caregiving Dyads in Heart Disease," to be followed by a discussion on "Addressing Social Determinants of Heart in the Clinical Setting." For those who are interested in genetics and pulmonary hypertension, there will be a session on the use of genetics and molecular phenotyping in the treatment of PAH.

We will end the day with the topic of strokes and a currently relevant discussion on "The Neuro-COVID Patient." The Cardiovascular Clinical Symposium hopes to share new information and provide the most current evidence-based practices to promote optimal patient outcomes.