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Hypertension 2017: Putting the Guidelines into Practice

We are pleased to invite you to our Primary Care CME days, Hypertension 2017: Putting the Guidelines into Practice, taking place in three cities this May: Winnipeg (May 5), Edmonton (May 12) and St. John’s (May 12).

These one-day, in person sessions will address key advances in the 2017 Guidelines and their practical application for immediate relevance to primary care physicians, pharmacists, nurses and nurse practitioners. Topics include the complexities of drug combinations, new treatment targets, and hypertension in children, with regional research and innovations presented over lunchtime sessions. Recognizing the benefits of shared care in the prevention and control of this pervasive “silent killer”, a special wrap-up session addresses the pharmacist’s role in hypertension intervention. View the full program here.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Hypertension 2017 CME Days!

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Ross Feldman, MD
Co-Chair, World Hypertension Day
Primary Care CME Day Program 

Chairman, Discipline of Medicine
Memorial University of Newfoundland
 

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Rob Gros, PhD, FAHA
Co-Chair, World Hypertension Day
Primary Care CME Day Program

Associate professor and Scientist
Departments of Medicine, Physiology
and Pharmacology
Robarts Research Institute,
Western University

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