Parallel Paths to Improve Heart Failure Outcomes: Evidence Matters
Nancy M. Albert, RN, PhD, CCNS, CHFN, CCRN, NE-BC
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Learning Objectives

At the completion of this program, you will be able to:
  • Explain the concept of “parallel paths” as it relates to improving outcomes in patients with heart failure.
  • Describe the relationship between patients’ beliefs about their ability to control heart failure and their adherence to self-care behaviors.
  • Discuss barriers to delivery of effective heart failure education for patients with advanced heart failure and ideas for improving patients’ accuracy of illness beliefs and their adherence to guideline-recommended heart failure self-care behaviors.

Continuing Education Information

CE ID: A132243
Total Contact Hours: 1.25
Pharma Hours: 0.0
Synergy Cat: A
Test Expires: 7/1/2016

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