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April 2019

“Remove the Risk”

The FDA* presents..."Remove the Risk" The FDA is excited to announce the upcoming launch of a new public education campaign to encourage safe disposal of unused opioid pain medicines. Join the FDA to hear about this important new effort and learn what you can do to reduce the chance of accidental or intentional prescription opioid misuse among your constituents, neighbors, friends and loved ones. The presenter is the Deputy Center Director for Regulatory Programs  who shares responsibility for overseeing the…

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HealthTrust Innovation Grant | June 3 deadline

March 2019

On-demand webinar: “The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans”

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services* presents..."The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans" This session was presented live in Nov. of 2018. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, 2nd edition and a corresponding Move Your Way campaign in November 2018. The updated guidelines include recommendations for Americans ages 3 and over–including people at increased risk of chronic disease–and provides evidence-based advice on how physical activity can help promote health and…

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On-demand program: “Controlling High Blood Pressure: Has Anything Changed?”

Medscape Education* presents a free on-demand program..."Controlling High Blood Pressure: Has Anything Changed?" Learning Objectives  |  Upon completion of this activity, participants will have increased knowledge regarding the: New guidelines for the treatment of hypertension Potential of renal denervation technology to treat hypertension Status of the SPYRAL HTN clinical trial program on the safety and efficacy of renal denervation Moderator: Michael A. Weber, M.D.  |  Professor of Medicine  |  Division of Cardiovascular Medicine  |  SUNY Downstate Medical Center Speakers: David E. Kandzari, M.D. …

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February 2019

On-demand program: “Controlling High Blood Pressure: Has Anything Changed?”

Medscape Education* presents a free on-demand program..."Controlling High Blood Pressure: Has Anything Changed?" Learning Objectives  |  Upon completion of this activity, participants will have increased knowledge regarding the: New guidelines for the treatment of hypertension Potential of renal denervation technology to treat hypertension Status of the SPYRAL HTN clinical trial program on the safety and efficacy of renal denervation Moderator: Michael A. Weber, M.D.  |  Professor of Medicine  |  Division of Cardiovascular Medicine  |  SUNY Downstate Medical Center Speakers: David E. Kandzari, M.D. …

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January 2019

Deadline for 2019 HTU Proposals

Tonight is the deadline to submit presentations for consideration as part of the 2019 HealthTrust University Conference education line up. Submit proposals here by 11:59 PM (Central time). 2019 HTU: August 12-14  |  Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center  |   Nashville, TN  

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December 2018

2019 HTU Call for Proposals Is Open

Speakers are invited to submit proposals for consideration as part of the 2019 HealthTrust University Conference education line up. Submit proposals here by the Jan. 14 deadline (11:59 PM central time). Invite others from your facility or health system to share their clinical initiative outcomes or supply chain success stories. Download a flyer to share the details   2019 HTU: August 12-14  |  Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center  |   Nashville, TN

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August 2018

“Antiarrhythmics & QT Prolongation: Avoiding Drug Interactions”

Download a copy of this presentation. Access the recording. HealthTrust presents...“Antiarrhythmics & QT Prolongation: Avoiding Drug Interactions” A QT interval in cardiology is a measure of the time between the start of the Q wave and the end of the T wave in the heart's electrical cycle. This webinar will provide a refresh of cardiac physiology by describing the relationship between different ion channels and the cardiac muscle action potential. The presenter will then discuss the different classes of antiarrhythmics,…

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July 2018

“Workplace Violence Prevention: Implementing Strategies for Safer Healthcare Organizations”

The Joint Commission and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)* present… Workplace Violence Prevention: Implementing Strategies for Safer Healthcare Organizations” This webinar will offer an opportunity to learn from The Joint Commission and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in a review of OSHA's 2015 Guidelines for Preventing Workplace Violence for Healthcare and Social Service Workers, as well as The Joint Commission’s standards related to Workplace Violence (WPV) prevention. The most recent Joint Commission Sentinel Event Alert on this topic…

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February 2018

“Heart Failure Guidelines: Preserved Ejection Fraction & Co-morbidities”

As part of its Critical Care Webinar Series, AACN presents: “Heart Failure Guidelines: Preserved Ejection Fraction & Co-morbidities” Patients with heart failure require optimal management to ensure symptom management and prevent disease progression. Current Heart Failure Guidelines recommend differentiating heart failure with preserved ejection fraction from heart failure with reduced ejection fraction to determine the best plan of care. As noted in the guidelines, all patients with heart failure also benefit from careful management of the co-existing medical conditions that…

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