CMHC partners with Healio for a September Women’s Health Masterclass

August 31, 2022

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As one of Congress’s most essential cardiometabolic health allies in providing the latest news, resources, and training to busy medical providers, Healio has partnered with the Women’s Cardiometabolic Health and Wellness Masterclass .

While pursuing industry-defining topics in the cardiometabolic space, CMHC authorities have identified gaps in clinical training, particularly regarding the comprehensive cardiometabolic care of women across the lifespan.

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From September 9-11, Healio will join CMHC participants, faculty and industry representatives for an immersive education balanced with mindful activities at the Southern California Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. The retreat-style masterclass will equip clinicians with new strategies and knowledge to provide the best cardiometabolic care for women in early adulthood, reproductive age and menopause.

CMHC will welcome experts in cardiometabolic care for women to the faculty of this unique educational experience.

Pam R. Taub

Erin D. Michos

Led by Co-Chairs Pam R. Taub, MD, with UC San Diego Health, and Erin D. Michos, MD, MHS, with Johns Hopkins, faculty will cover topics such as hormonal considerations from adolescence through postmenopause, CV risk and disease presentation, gynecologic cancers and cardiometabolic implications, and other issues vital to understanding for any provider who deals with women.

The Women’s Cardiometabolic Health and Wellness Masterclass will harness the raw beauty of Terranea’s coastal landscape, encouraging participants to connect with themselves and nature through several guided wellness activities. In addition to enlightening clinical sessions, attendees will enjoy field-to-fork dining, the award-winning golf course, spa sessions, and views of Catalina Island from the resort’s Pacific perch. Anyone interested in attending the event should register soon; the course is limited to 200 participants to foster the intimate and relaxing atmosphere central to the course concept.

For more information:

Visit cardiometabolichealth.org to learn more about CMHC and to register for the Women’s Cardiometabolic Health and Wellness Masterclass.

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