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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 Eleven 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​.


LEARN MORE ABOUT C-CHANGE.

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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 continuing professional development (CPD) programs, and health consumer education.

LEARN MORE ABOUT CHEP+
 

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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. 

>> Learn more about Her-HEART

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Upcoming Workshops:
CHEP+

UPCOMING CONFERENCES

 

6th Annual CHEP+ Conference

Saturday March 23, 2024

Hybrid - Online and In Person Attendance

Pan Pacific Hotel, Toronto

For more info: www.chepplus.com

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Canadian Cardiovascular Harmonized National Guideline Endeavour (C-CHANGE) guideline for the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease in primary care: 2022 update

Rahul Jain, James A. Stone, Gina Agarwal, Jason G. Andrade, Simon L. Bacon, Harpreet S. Bajaj, Brian Baker, Gemma Cheng, David Dannenbaum, Mark Gelfer, Jeffrey Habert, John Hickey, Karim Keshavjee, Darlene Kitty, Patrice Lindsay, Mary R. L’Abbé, David C.W. Lau, Laurent Macle, Michael McDonald, Kara Nerenberg, Glen J. Pearson, Thuy Pham, Alexandre Y. Poppe, Doreen M. Rabi, Diana Sherifali, Peter Selby, Eric Smith, Sol Stern, George Thanassoulis, Kristin Terenzi, Karen Tu, Jacob Udell, Sean A. Virani, Richard A. Ward, Darren E.R. Warburton, Sean Wharton, Jennifer Zymantas, Diane Hua-Stewart, Peter P. Liu and Sheldon W. Tobe

CMAJ November 07, 2022 194 (43) E1460-E1480;

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1503/cmaj.220138

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CHEP+ logo: C-Change Educaton Program

CONFERENCES

Earn CME Credits 

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conference

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
Saturday March 23, 2024
Hybrid (Online and In Person)
Pan Pacific Hotel, Toronto
Visit www.chepplus.com for more info.


 

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