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Hypertension & Chronic Kidney Disease: Evidence & Impact on Primary Health Care Nurse Practice - Breonny Robson
This case study will provide an opportunity for primary health care nurses to reflect on their current practice and consider practical applications for integrating new hypertension evidence into their practice systems. This will lead to enhanced quality of care for both hypertension prevention and early detection of chronic kidney disease.
This presentation will explore how the primary health care team can systematically incorporate recommendations from the latest guidelines into their day-to-day practice. They also discuss using various tools to add value to patient interactions and provide education for patient self-care to improve quality of life and disease outcomes.
Implementing such systems is paramount for both a collaborative team environment and also safety and quality considerations in primary health care.