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New Recordings Now Available in PHA Classroom!

If you missed the “Maintaining Relationships with Friends and Family After Diagnosis” or the “Newly Diagnosed? What You Need to Know” webinars recently, you’re in luck! Recordings from both webinars are now available in PHA Classroom.

Maintaining Relationships with Friends and Family After Diagnosis

Relationships are an important part of life for everyone, especially PH patients. A diagnosis of PH does not mean that relationships have to end, but in most cases, your relationships will change during your PH journey. During this webinar, learn how you can maintain healthy and fulfilling relationships with your friends, spouse or partner and other family members post-diagnosis. View recording

Newly Diagnosed? What You Need to Know

If you or someone you know was recently diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension, listen to this webinar especially designed for newly diagnosed patients. This webinar provides a roadmap to help you gather information and make decisions in the weeks and months following diagnosis. Facilitator, Lisa L. Roessel, FNP-BC, reviews the basics of what every pulmonary hypertension patient should know about PH, treatment and coping with this disease. View recording

You can access these recordings and more, covering a wide range of topics, in PHA Classroom.

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