There is a lack of sex- and gender-specific education regarding cardiovascular disease in clinical training programs in Canada. This gap may play a role in the persistent disparities in clinical care and outcomes experienced by women.
The Canadian Women’s Heart Health Alliance's (CWHHA) project team has prepared a variety of opportunities to meet the needs of academic institutions with various time and resource availability to incorporate sex- and gender-specific education within existing clinical programming.
- Dr. Carolyn Baer, Moncton, NB
The accredited Canadian Women’s Heart Health Education Course + Teaching Toolkit is available at no cost in both English and French and targets trainees as well as healthcare professionals within cardiology, general internal medicine, and emergency medicine.
The following topics are covered: