Go Red for Women: Red Chair Series
Go Red for Women | Red Chair Series with Dr. Garima V. Sharma
Tracy Brazelton, executive director of the American Heart Association — Maryland, and Johns Hopkins cardiologist Garima Sharma discuss the importance of rehabilitation after heart surgery and how monitored exercise can be a confidence booster for patients. They also talk about how cardiac rehabilitation can be the foundation that motivates a patient to continue exercising at home and improve their quality of life.
Go Red for Women | Red Chair Series with Dr. Francoise Marvel
Johns Hopkins cardiologists Stacy Fisher and Francoise Marvel talk about Marvel’s work and how new technologies can make health care and medicine more personalized. Marvel also offers advice for people interested in a health care career.
Go Red for Women | Red Chair Series with Dr. Jennifer Lawton
Johns Hopkins cardiologist Stacy Fisher and cardiac surgeon Jennifer Lawton discuss heart disease in women, including the importance of knowing the risk for developing cardiovascular disease over a lifetime and the unique heart disease risk factors for women. Lawton also shares why she wanted to be a cardiovascular surgeon and offers advice for future surgeons.
Go Red for Women | Red Chair Series with Dr. Yvonne Commodore-Mensah
Johns Hopkins cardiologist Stacy Fisher and cardiovascular nurse epidemiologist Dr. Yvonne Commodore-Mensah discuss the importance of physicians building trust with their patients, the barriers that can block that trust and the significant impact on patient care.