SCAD Survivors: Webinar Series
Join us for a special SCAD survivors webinar series!
MHIF invites you to join a community of SCAD survivors during this unique webinar series! You’ll hear from patients and physicians as we share experiences and perspective, including managing stress and overall wellness.
Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) is an important example of a condition that MHIF is committed to understanding more about through research in an effort to advance the care and treatment strategies for all individuals with SCAD.
Upcoming Webinar #3: TBD
Date & Time
More details coming soon!
How to Join
Please click on the Zoom link below at the time specified to join the discussion. You can enable your video and audio.
Previous Webinar Recordings
Webinar #1: Mental Health and SCAD
Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD), is an increasingly recognized condition that can cause heart attacks when a spontaneous tear forms in an artery that is otherwise healthy, and the causes are uncertain. Nearly 90 percent of SCAD patients are women and it is afflicting a growing number of women in their 40s and 50s. This first webinar is dedicated to mental health and SCAD—specifically challenges that are unique to SCAD patients including anxiety, PTSD, and depression after experiencing SCAD.
SCAD survivors and advocates, Kristen Bowlds and Kelley Hoolihan, share a patient perspective. Dr. Courtney Jordan Baechler, cardiologist and MHIF medical director of Emerging Science Centers, answers questions specific to SCAD and mental health during this interactive webinar.
Webinar #1 Recording
Originally presented on: Monday, Sept. 21, 2020
Webinar #2: Exercise and SCAD
Dr. Elizabeth Grey, Minneapolis Heart Institute® cardiologist and MHIF researcher, discusses everything you need and want to know about exercise and SCAD.
Webinar #2 Recording
Originally presented on: Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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The Penny Anderson Women’s Cardiovascular Center is advancing the understanding of heart and vascular disease in women, how to prevent it and how to optimize patient care.