Eun-Ok Im, associate dean for research development and regulatory affairs; Wonshik Chee, associate professor; Chiyoung Lee, PhD student; and Sangmi Kim, postdoctoral associate; recently presented at the 24th Cardiovascular Summit TCTAP 2019 Conference in Seoul, Korea.
Im, Chee, Kim and Lee presented "Socioeconomic Inequalities in Cardiovascular Risk Factors: A two-step cluster analysis," and "Inequalities in Cardiovascular Health among Older Adults in South Korea."
Im, Chee and Kim presented "Practical Issues in Using Fitbits with a Web-based Physical Activity Promotion Program," and "The Effects of a Web-based Physical Activity Promotion Program on Cardiovascular Symptoms and Physical Activity Among Asian American Midlife Women."
Im and Chee presented "Menopausal symptoms and the risk of metabolic syndrome."
The 24th Cardiovascular Summit TCTAP 2019 Conference reviews the latest basic and clinical investigations to guide how to manage optimally patients with vascular or structural heart disease, integrates the newest interventional techniques and devices related to patient care in the coronary, peripheral and carotid arteries, and structural heart disease; and compares and contrasts different approaches to treat the same type of lesion and apply an optimal treatment to various patients and their clinical practice.