Co-hosted by Interior Health; Institute for Healthy Living & Chronic Disease Prevention; and Interior Savings
Dr. Nadia Khan, Professor, General Internal Medicine, UBC Vancouver; Researcher, Center for Health Evaluation and Outcomes Sciences; Co-director, Hypertension Clinic, St. Paul’s Hospital; President, Hypertension Canada
Elevated blood pressure is the leading cause of death and disability in the world and affects over 7 million Canadian adults. Hypertension is controllable and is mostly caused by lifestyle factors. Come learn about the causes and heart healthy changes you can make to reduce your blood pressure. Also, learn about the medications that are proven to prevent strokes and heart attacks in people with high blood pressure.
To attend in person or via WebEx/Teleconference, please REGISTGER for this event.
Contact Kim.Peake@interiorhealth.ca to register