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Stephen J Greene

Assistant Professor, Division of Cardiology

Duke Clinical Research Institute, Duke University School of Medicine, North Carolina, US


Dr Greene is a cardiologist with a clinical and research interest in improving quality of care and outcomes for patients with heart failure.  He has been a co-investigator and co-author of multiple national and international heart failure trials studying medical therapies for heart failure. He has also served on leadership committees and led multiple analyses from national and international heart failure registries characterising the quality of heart failure care.  Dr Greene’s collaborative work has led to more than 350 publications in peer-reviewed journals.  

Featured Courses

A Race Against Time: Accelerating the Adoption of GDMT in Heart Failure
  • Not accredited

Learning objectives

  • Recall guideline recommendations for the use of NT-proBNP in heart failure
  • Describe current practices in heart failure diagnosis and the impact on treatment outcomes
  • Develop an optimised approach to the timely diagnosis and management of heart failure
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Implementing Heart Failure Guidelines with Collaborative Care
  • Not accredited

Learning objectives

  • Appraise new updates in heart failure guideline-directed medical therapy (GDMT)
  • Apply latest guideline recommendations to patient cases
  • Describe barriers preventing early initiation of GDMT
  • Identify the roles of nurses and other healthcare professionals to achieve optimal heart failure therapy
  • Identify the importance of the nurse/cross-functional team
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Overcoming the Challenges in Optimising GDMT in HF
  • Not accredited

Learning objectives

  • Appraise the urgency needed in rapid initiation of GDMT to improve HF outcomes.
  • Recognise barriers preventing the use of GDMT in current practice.
  • Identify strategies needed to drive implementation of GDMT in clinical practice.
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