Every hour in South Africa 5 people have heart attacks and 10 people have strokes according to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of SA (2016).
Yet, despite many awareness campaigns cardiovascular disease (CVD) is still the leading cause of mortality in South Africa next to HIV/AIDS. More individuals die from CVD than all of the cancers combined. This is mostly due to the rise in cardiovascular risk factors such as a sedentary lifestyle with urbanization, smoking, obesity, hypertension and high cholesterol levels. In order to effectively control CVD risk factors and reduce the burden of CVD disease, South African healthcare workers must unite in reducing the risk factors for CVD.
This course will provide you with the knowledge and tools to effectively diagnose and manage the risk factors as well as common CVD diseases.
All Clinicians that need to acquire knowledge on the management of these conditions.
The face-to-face tuition by leading national experts will take place over a 2-day period in the format of outcome-based workshops focusing on the practical integration of the knowledge acquired through the self-study guide. Workshops will use case studies of real cases, role-playing and interactive methodology. Case studies will serve as a vehicle for the initial application of newly gained knowledge in a practice environment.
Assessment is summative and participants are required to complete a multiple-choice questionnaire on completion of the self-study component of the course. Participants are required to obtain a minimum pass mark of 70%. The completed questionnaires are submitted to the FPD for assessment at the end of the workshop
The study material , developed by experts in the field, covers the following aspects:
Accredited according to the HPCSA’s Medical and Dental Board Guidelines for Health Care Professionals for 30 CEU’s on Level 2
R 3 000.00 (Inclusive of all VAT and taxes where applicable.)
Limited spaces are available. To avoid disappointment, please book early.
|29 - 30 May 2021||Durban|
|31 July - 01 August 2021||Pretoria|
|02 - 03 October 2021||Port Elizabeth|
|30 - 31 October 2021||Cape Town|