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Cardiovascular Disease & Mental Health

15th May 2023
6:00 - 6:40pm (GMT)
15th May 2023
6:00 - 6:40pm (GMT)
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Description

This session will explore the relationship between cardiovascular disease and mental health and the impact this can have on individuals, along with practical information that can help support them and improve outcomes.

Intended Learning Outcomes:

  • To be aware of the relationship between cardiovascular disease and mental health
  • To appreciate the impact of this on individuals and the population
  • To be familiar with practical information that can help support people with co-existing cardiovascular disease and depression and improve their health outcomes

Joanne Haws is a registered nurse who held a variety of roles within the UK NHS before setting up in business as an independent consultant in 2010.  Joanne is the Clinical Director of Learn With Nurses, a Community Interest Company providing online clinical education that is accessible to healthcare professionals globally. She is a member of the Nurses and Allied Health Professionals Working Party of The British and Irish Hypertension Society and has authored many publications in the nursing and cardiology press both in the UK and internationally.  Joanne is a Non-Executive Director of the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) and is a facilitator on the CARE programme. She has been a Specialist Advisor to the Care Quality Commission since 2014.

Summary

This live teaching session is perfect for medical professionals who want to stay up-to-date on the latest research and techniques to help treat cardiovascular disease and mental health. Join and learn how to understand the relationship between physical and mental health, identify the warning signs and triggers of cardiovascular disease and the best practices for addressing mental health issues in the context of cardiovascular disease. Equip yourself with the latest knowledge and resources to help improve your patient care.

Learning objectives

1. Identify key signs and symptoms of cardiovascular disease in patients with mental health issues. 2. Outline the risk factors of cardiovascular disease in mental health populations. 3. Describe the impact of mental health on the prognosis of cardiovascular disease. 4. Explain the importance of early diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease in patients with mental illness. 5. Discuss strategies to reduce the risk of heart disease in mental health populations.
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15th May 2023
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