C-CHANGE

The Canadian Cardiovascular Harmonized National Guideline Endeavour (C-CHANGE) is a nationally endorsed guideline process that targets primary health care practitioners.

 

C-CHANGE is a composite of nine of Canada’s cardiovascular-focused clinical practice guidelines chosen to meet primary care needs, including managing patients with multiple co-morbidities. These guidelines have been part of Canada’s robust and successful cardiovascular guideline efforts since 2011​.


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CHEP+

 

CHEP+ is the implementation and dissemination arm of
C-CHANGE.

 

The mission of CHEP+ is to improve health care quality and patient safety. This is done with enhanced professional development, and health consumer education.
 

OF INTEREST:

Hypertensive Disorder of
Pregnancy Research

 

Her-HEART is a program to educate women with a history of hypertensive disorder of pregnancy on their future cardiovascular risks. This link provides information for healthcare practitioners caring for women with a history of a hypertensive disorder, with recommendations on how to improve their long-term cardiovascular risk profile. 

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Upcoming online workshops

May 27, 2020
Management of Hypertension in Non-diabetes Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
Speaker: Dr. Sheldon Tobe
Learn more and register:
htn-ckd-may27.eventbrite.ca

June 3, 2020
CV Risk Reduction in Diabetes (SGLT2i/GLP-1 RA and CVD)
Speaker: Dr. Richard Choi
Moderator: Dr. Sheldon Tobe

Learn more and register:
cvd-t2d-june3.eventbrite.ca

June 4, 2020
Anticoagulation in Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation in Patients with Renal Disease
Speaker: Dr. Jeff Habert
Moderator: Dr. Sheldon Tobe

Learn more and register:
https://cvd-t2d-june4.eventbrite.ca

 

June 18, 2020
Anticoagulation in Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation in Patients with Renal Disease
Speaker: Dr. Benedict Glover
Moderator: Dr. Sheldon Tobe
Learn more and register:
https://cvd-t2d-june18.eventbrite.ca

 

PLEASE NOTE: Workshops are limited to maximum 20 people each. 

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CONFERENCES

Earn CME Credits 

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Saturday, April 4, 2020

Managing the Complex Patient: Diagnosis, Treatment and Follow-Up

We were pleased to host the second annual “Circulate C-CHANGE” Conference. This interactive and practical program is designed for family physicians, specialists, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and other primary care practitioners with an interest in cardiovascular disease prevention and management. 

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