Thursday, February 28, 6:30 p.m.
A recent wave of research has deepened our understanding on the impact of emotional and psychological factors on heart health beyond just “broken heart syndrome.” Evidence suggests that we can lower our risk of cardiovascular disease through positive psychological well-being, including positive thoughts and feelings such as optimism, having purpose in life and happiness. Join us as our speakers share the impact that loneliness, depression and stress has on our hearts and provide insights on what we can do about it!
Margo Minissian, Ph.D., ACNP is a nurse scientist, cardiology nurse practitioner and the clinical lipid specialist at the Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Center at Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute in California. Minissian has a passion for patient advocacy and was recognized as the first nurse in 2010 to be named Outstanding Advocate of the Year from the American College of Cardiology. In 2016 they also her a Distinguished Associate award, which is the highest honor a scientist/nurse can receive. In addition, Margo was on the television show, Doctors.
Dr. Scott Sharkey is the President and Chief Medical Officer at the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, Senior Consulting Cardiologist at Minneapolis Heart Institute and Volunteer Ambassador to The Marsh.
Register online or by phone. $20/$25
Join us for a reception prior to the event at 6:00 p.m. Heart healthy specials available in our Restaurant for dinner before or after the event. Call Tom in the Restaurant, 952-930-8519, to make a reservation.