Today, medical evaluations don’t rely on expert intuition alone; doctors also use risk scores and other statistical tools in their decision-making. But those risk scores and tools are based on fairly rudimentary statistical methods and limited data. “Every day I have a patient ask me: What is my prognosis?” says physician Sophia Airhart, a heart-failure expert at the University of Arizona who was not involved in Yagil and Adler’s work. “More accurate risk prediction tools can help me as a heart-failure provider to better treat the patient in front of me.”
The new faculty cardiologists bring expertise in interventional cardiology, cardiac imaging, heart failure and transplant cardiology to the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center and Banner – University Medical Center. Schedule an appointment today.
Sarver Heart Center launches its free 2020 Green Valley Lecture Series at the Canoa Hills Social Center with Dr. Aaron Wolfson focusing on heart failure, how it affects health and options to optimize lifestyle changes.
Walmart funded a grant to support the community outreach mission of the UArizona Sarver Heart Center Community Coalition for Heart Health Education Minority Outreach Program.
This issue covers Lunch & Learn highlights, Mary Anne Fay Heart Health Advocate Award, CCHHE Looks into Special Training for Providers Serving Women Veterans, Our CCHHE Volunteers and Community Outreach, Checking Glucose Can Save Your Life, CCHHE’s Hidden Treasure - Murryelle Bothwell, In Memory of Regina Penn
Wanda F. Moore, chair of the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center Minority Outreach Program, is the 2019 recipient of the Brian Bateman Superb Service Award.
Many thanks to Breakthru Beverage Arizona for generously supporting the University of Arizona Sarver Heart once again with proceeds from their annual charity golf classic.
May you stress less, sleep to your heart's content and savor the present as you surround yourself with people who fill your life with joy and peace.
Active learning sessions result in a reset of student attention has been tested by researchers at the University of Arizona.
Faculty and mentees from University of Arizona Colleges of Medicine in Tucson and Phoenix will be active as presenters and participants at numerous sessions of American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2019, Nov. 16-18 in Philadelphia (#AHA19).