E-counselling improves adherence in hypertensives3' education - Mar. 21, 2017 - Dr. Rob Nolan, Toronto, ONT, Canada
ACC 2017 Dr. Rob Nolan presented the results of the REACH study, in which multi-medial e-counselling significantly improved antihypertensive therapy adherence, and it lowered blood pressure.
This video was recorded during ACC 2017, March 17-19 in Washington, DC, USA. PACE-cme did not receive financial support for the production of this video.
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Dr. Rob Nolan, Toronto General Research Institute, Toronto, ONT, Canada