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Join the WANP’s Governmental Affairs committee and Lobbyists (virtually, of course) to receive updates on our legislative agenda and to learn more about our calls to action as we move through the 2021 legislative session. Everyone is welcome to join us! Join us at 6:30p on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, by clicking HERE.Find out more »
It is no secret that minority populations suffer from higher rates of chronic disease and the associated sequelae. When isolating this issue to the cardiovascular system, research shows that minorities have a higher overall prevalence of risk factors, are less likely to receive life-saving interventions like percutaneous coronary interventions, and simply experience worse health outcomes. However, the disproportionate impact of cardiovascular risk factors within these communities provides a unique opportunity for naturopathic and preventive medicine to reduce the burden of…Find out more »
Join us at this members-only (virtual) Masquerade Ball! Get ready to show off your most creative costume and fanciest mask! Think glitter, gems, feathers, colors, beads, and FUN!! We'll have some games planned and we'll know just how to use our Zoom break out rooms to help you connect with old friends and meet new ones at this purely social event. There will be prizes!! If you are not a WANP member, join us now, and then register here! We…Find out more »
Join the WANP’s Governmental Affairs committee and Lobbyists (virtually, of course) to receive updates on our legislative progress and to learn more about our calls to action as we move through the 2021 legislative session. Everyone is welcome to join us! Join us at 6:30p on Monday, March 1, 2021, by clicking HERE.Find out more »
Join us for this evening webinar in honor of National Kidney Month! Abstract: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is an extremely common syndrome (not a disease). This talk will review ways to proactively screen for CKD and the crucial need to identify the cause of the problem (including when to recommend a kidney biopsy and imaging) and prevent/treat that. The problems with eGFR and how to correct them (including using creatinine clearance testing) will be detailed. The lack of conventional options…Find out more »