HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning™ Science Series is a podcast series curated by the AHA. Tune in as experts explore highlights on the most up-to-date information to inform your clinical practice.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Science Series: Management of Stage 1 Hypertension in Adults with a Low Ten-Year Risk for Cardiovascular Disease – Filling a Guidance Gap
13:50HeartBEATS from Lifelong LearningTM, Science Series HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Science Series welcomes listeners to dive deeper into current science in podcasts hosted by AHA FIT members, Dr. Elizabeth Dineen and Dr. Jeff Hsu. Listen to a discussion on suggestions on assessment and treatment of stage 1 hypertension in addition to healthy lifestyle.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Professionalism and Ethics Podcast Series: Modern Health Care Delivery
25:13A podcast discussion on the challenges to the clinician’s responsibility to patients and society in the context of modern health care delivery, and the employed clinician, including maintenance of altruistic behaviors, dedication to honesty and transparency, avoidance of conflicts of interest, focus on patient-centered care, and commitment to equity and fairness in a value-based model of care.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Professionalism and Ethics Series: Patient Autonomy, Privacy, and Social Justice in Health Care
15:15A podcast addressing contemporary issues of patient autonomy as it relates to clinical decision-making, privacy, data access, and transparency in the context of expanding research and electronic data, as well as social justice in medical education and clinical practice as it relates to the patient. Learn the shared decision making (SDM) processes, research protocol creation and registry, and best practices for use of electronic health record (EHR) data sets.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Professionalism and Ethics: Clinician Well-Being
13:19A podcast discussion to address preventing burn-out through proactively enhancing the well-being of clinicians via organizational strategies and programs for trainees and researchers to promote a work environment that actively supports and is accountable for the psychosocial health of their members. Learn how you can define disruptive behavior, developing a code of behavior policies, as well as identifying and assisting the impaired or disruptive clinician, including confidential reporting of concerns, intervention, and rehabilitation.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Professionalism and Ethics Series: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
16:49A podcast looking at issues of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB), from the viewpoint of healthcare professionals and trainees, including recognition of problems of racial, ethnic, gender and other inequities in the cardiovascular community, followed by embracing and incentivizing change. Learn how you can assess the environment, provide trainings, and create metrics, which together can form a framework for actively identifying and addressing these issues.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning: The Potential of Mobile Technologies to Optimize Cardiovascular Health
13:55Listen to a discussion on mobile technologies to optimize cardiovascular health. Learn how you can address and manage cardiovascular health in older adults by using mHealth technology.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Professionalism and Ethics Podcast Series: Conflicts of Interest, Relationships with Industry, and Expert Testimony
17:14A podcast discussion on the obligations of medicine’s social contract, the tenets of medical ethics, and the principles and commitments of medical professionalism. Learn specific recommendations to address contemporary issues.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Science Series: Opportunities to Improve the Cardiovascular Health of LGBTQ Adults
26:44In this podcast, learn more about cardiovascular health disparities identified among LGBTQ adults and articulate strategies to prevent the diseases impacting them and improve cardiovascular care.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning™: 2020 AHA/ACC Guideline for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
29:22This podcast will educate the healthcare professional audience on the clinical applications and implications from the 2020 AHA / ACC guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
HeartBEATS from Lifelong Learning, Science Series: COVID-19 Cardiovascular Syndrome
21:47HeartBEATS from Lifelong LearningTM, Science Series welcomes listeners to dive deeper into current science in podcasts hosted by AHA FIT members, Dr. Elizabeth Dineen and Dr. Jeff Hsu. Listen to a discussion on COVID-19 Syndrome and cardiac damage by Dr. Leslie Cooper, Chair of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Florida.