Identifying and Managing Cardiovascular Disease in Out Patient Settings
Date: October 18, 2022 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Place: Monmouth University (in person)
Fee: $45 (for MU Alumni and Preceptors $35)
A light dinner will be provided.
Contact Hours: 2 will be provided.
Desired learning outcome: The advanced practice nurse will apply the concepts learned when providing cardiac protective care in outpatient settings.
Program description: The purpose of this program is to provide evidenced based guidelines for managing cardiovascular concerns that commonly arise in the primary care and outpatient setting. The instructor will present a brief overview of the impact of cardiovascular disease, diagnostic tests used to screen, and treatment and prevention guidelines.
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Presenter - Tricia Marceante, MSN, RN, APN-C is a Monmouth University Alumna, specializing in Cardiology. Recently retired she now works per diem Monmouth Medical Center’s Healthy Lives Program, The Women’s Heart Program at CentraState Healthcare System and with Monmouth Heart and Vascular Specialists.
Successful Completion: Participants must attend 95% of the program, participate in interactive learning activities and complete an online evaluation to receive contact hours. Planners, content experts and speakers have declared no conflict of interest. There is no commercial support for this activity