Upcoming Webinars

With Dr. Amy Doneen

Dr. Amy Doneen Honors American Heart Month with Free Webinars on Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention for Women.

Spokane, Washington, February 1, 2017.  To celebrate American Heart Month, Dr. Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNP will present two free webinars with a potentially lifesaving message for women: All heart attacks and ischemic strokes are potentially preventable!

“Heart disease is the leading killer of American women, claiming more female lives than all forms of cancer combined,” says Dr. Doneen, an international leader in cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention and medical director of the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington.

“CVD is under-diagnosed and undertreated in women, which is why they need to their own best advocates for optimal heart health care,” adds Dr. Doneen, co-founder of the Bale Doneen Method of heart attack, stroke and diabetes prevention, practiced by hundreds of healthcare providers globally. “My goal with these webinars is to empower women with a science-based action plan to keep their arteries healthy.”

Dr. Doneen announced today these dates for her webinars on women’s heart health:

  • On Wednesday, February 1, at 5:30 p.m. PST/8:30 p.m. EST, Dr. Doneen will discuss “Seven Crucial Steps to Keep Women’s Hearts Healthy,” highlighting what women can do NOW to take charge of their heart health before a heart attack or stroke occurs. Hosted by the live-streaming health & wellness network ZubiaLive, this video broadcast can be watched by iPhone users (using a free app) at https://12vn.app.link/0FZ6tTPgoA. Desktop users can watch at http://web.zubialive.com/signup, after free registration.
  • On Thursday, February 16th at 5:30-6:30 p.m. PST, Dr. Doneen will discuss  “Women and Heart Disease–the REAL Deal!” For the public and healthcare providers, the webinar will cover what’s different about women’s hearts, surprising cardiovascular Red Flags, how to find out if you have hidden risk, what women can do NOW to find out if they have arterial disease, and a personalized action plan to prevent a heart attack or stroke. To sign up, go to http://bit.ly/2kd5XJT.