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JAMA Cardiology Author Interviews

Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Cardiology. JAMA Cardiology publishes exceptional original research, state-of-the-art reviews, and informative opinions that advance the science and practice of cardiology, enhance cardiovascular health, and inform health care policy. JAMA Cardiology is the definitive journal for clinical investigators, clinicians, and trainees in cardiovascular medicine worldwide. JAMA Cardiology focuses on all aspects of cardiovascular medicine, including epidemiology and prevention, diagnostic testing, interventional and pharmacologic therapeutics, translational research, health care policy and outcomes, and global health.
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Now displaying: November, 2022
Nov 30, 2022

Interview with Mitesh S. Patel, MD, MBA, author of Effect of Nudges to Clinicians, Patients, or Both to Increase Statin Prescribing: A Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial, and Faraz S. Ahmad, MD, MS, author of Nudging to Improve Cardiovascular Care—Clinicians, Patients, or Both. Hosted by Sadiya Sana Khan, MD, MS.

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Nov 8, 2022

JAMA Interim Executive Editor Gregory Curfman, MD, interviews Robert M. Carey, MD, University of Virginia, about his review article on treatment of hypertension in the November 8, 2022, issue of JAMA. Their discussion addresses the clinical consequences of hypertension, as well as nonpharmacological and pharmacological approaches to management, including patients with resistant hypertension.

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