Benefits of the DASH Diet: Going Beyond High Blood Pressure

Speaker:

Jun Ma, MD, PhD, FAHA, FABMR
Beth and George Vitoux Professor of Medicine, Founding Director Vitoux Program on Aging and Prevention, Associate Head of Scholarly Activity Department of Medicine, The University of Illinois, Chicago

Learning Objectives:

(1) Understand the evidence for the DASH diet in hypertension prevention and control
(2) Understand the evidence for the DASH diet in asthma control
(3) Contribute insights on facilitators and barriers to implementing DASH in Community Health Centers

Session Goals:

(1) Summarize the evidence for the DASH diet in hypertension prevention and control
(2) Present results from a randomized clinical trial of a DASH behavioral counseling intervention in adults with uncontrolled asthma
(3) Discuss facilitators and barriers to implementing the DASH behavioral intervention in Community Health Centers

This program is brought to you by Clinical Directors Network, Inc. (CDN

Funded in part by an Administration on Aging Innovations in Nutrition Programs and Services grant to the Carter Burden Network from The Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Community Living (Grant# 90-INNU-0007), The Rockefeller University Clinical and Translational Science Award Program, (CTSA) (NIH-NCATS Grant #UL1- TR-000043

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Benefits of the DASH Diet: Going Beyond High Blood Pressure

Date:

December 12th, 2019, 12:00PM – 1:00PM ET

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