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Lifestyle Management for Prevention of CVD

Goal setting and discussing lifestyle management with your patients is critical in managing the link between diabetes and heart disease. Listen to Dr. Nathanial Clark, an endocrinologist, and Melissa Magwire, a nurse and CDE (Certified Diabetes Educator) discuss how to initiate the conversation and set your patient up for success.

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Episode 10 – Lifestyle Management for Prevention of CVD

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Nathaniel G. Clark, MD specializes in endocrinology and his interests are diabetes, thyroid disorders and metabolic bone disease. His board certifications include American Board of Internal Medicine (Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism). Dr. Clark is affiliated with Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Plymouth.

Nathaniel G. Clark, MD

Nathaniel G. Clark, MD

Melissa L. Magwire, RN, MSN, CDE started her nursing career as a Certified Critical Care Nurse in the cardiovascular arena and then transitioned to outpatient Adult Endocrinology where she has practiced for the last 27 years. Melissa is a participant on multiple national and international advisory boards in the areas of insulin intensification, primary care and diversity, and science communication. She recently joined the Haverty Cardio Metabolic Center of Excellence and the Duboc Cardio Wellness Center within the Saint Luke’s Health System.

Melissa L. Magwire, RN, MSN, CDE

Melissa L. Magwire, RN, MSN, CDE