In June, SCAD Alliance co-founder Katherine Leon presented at the 14th Annual Patient Adherence & Access Summit, held in Philadelphia. Leon participated in the session, “Patient Initiated Campaigns — Strategies to Increase Support and Engagement.” She focused on how the nature of SCAD leads to medication adherence challenges, specifically that most of SCAD survivors “go from zero to 60 miles an hour” in their experiences with medications. A strong support network and collaborative relationship with health care providers helps empower patients to overcome adherence issues.
SCAD Alliance board member, Tina Pittman Wagers, MSW, PsyD, on campus of University Colorado – Boulder (far right) Dr. Tina Pittman Wagers, SCAD Alliance board member and Stanford MedX speaker, consults with students on campus of University Colorado – Boulder. Stanford Medicine X 2015 officials have selected SCAD Alliance board member Tina Pittman Wagers, M.S.W.,Read More