American Heart Month Toolkits 2021
February is American Heart Month, a time when all people can focus on their cardiovascular health.
The Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention is shining a light on hypertension (high blood pressure), a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke.
As seen in The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Control Hypertension, our partners can take meaningful steps to control hypertension by using key resources and implementing life-saving strategies.
To support our frontline health care and community partners, we’re sharing three toolkits with key hypertension control resources.
Use these tools developed by CDC to implement the evidence-based hypertension control strategies found in The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Control Hypertension.
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Explore change packages, best practices guides, and other tools to help your team support patients with hypertension.
Share evidence-based data, journal articles, and messages to boost knowledge about hypertension in your state or local community.
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Feeling the pressure? CDC can help. This #HeartMonth, explore these toolkits for high blood pressure control resources for your practice, patients, and community. cdc.gov/heartmonth
February is American #HeartMonth. Let’s work together toward blood pressure control. CDC has the tools to help you get started. cdc.gov/heartmonth
#Hypertension is common; hypertension control is not. @CDCHeart_Stroke can help! Check out their #HeartMonth toolkits to empower others on their journey to control and to better heart health. cdc.gov/heartmonth
Feeling the pressure? @CDCHeart_Stroke can help. This #HeartMonth, explore these high #BloodPressure control toolkits for resources to share with your communities and networks. cdc.gov/heartmonth