Cardiovascular Disease Management in Primary Care
A brilliant introduction to cardiovascular disease management in primary care.
The learner will:
Recognise the various conditions under the umbrella term of CVD and be able to describe the differences in presentation.
Be familiar with the risk factors for CVD, and link these to the pathophysiology in words patients can understand.
Be aware of current evidence based guidelines for primary and secondary prevention of CVD
Be familiar with the risk assessment tools and investigations required in primary care to inform appropriate management.
Be aware of non-pharmacological and pharmacological management options to reduce risk or manage the patient’s condition.
Be able to provide individualised person-centred care and use motivational strategies to support self-management effectively.
To review the organisational structures required for effective systems for recall and follow up.
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