High Blood Cholesterol Resources for the Professional

The Professional Campus provides health professionals in Michigan with evidence-based guidelines, and other resources to use with patients to improve high blood cholesterol detection and control. Resources in the Patient Campus may also be important to review and incorporate in clinical visits.   

 

Michigan Quality Improvement Consortium (MQIC) Clinical Guidelines. Guidelines for evaluating and treating high blood cholesterol for all healthcare providers evaluating and treating high blood cholesterol.

My American Heart for Professionals

Discuss the latest science and collaborate with experts, find or become a mentor, register for conferences, access the learning library, read Statements and Guidelines and more.    
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Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Smoking Cessation Resources:

  • Quit Line. Support groups and medication to help patients stop smoking. Patient may also qualify for free one-on-one coaching and nicotine replacement therapy. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Smoking Cessation Resources
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American Dietetic Association (ADA) website. Sponsored by the ADA and prepared by registered dietitians.  
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Personal Action Toward Health. A chronic disease self-management program. For PATH workshops and their locations click on the logo. For additional information contact Karen McCloskey at McCloskeyK@michigan.gov or call 517-335-1236.
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2011 High Blood Cholesterol CDC Update. This Vital Signs publication addresses why high blood pressure and cholesterol is important to control, what some of the challenges are to getting them under control, and what can be done.
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Cholesterol Resources for Professionals. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention fact sheets, data and statistics, guidelines and recommendations, training and other resources.
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