Highlight on ESC Congress 2015 SESSIONS
Implementation of the Cardiovascular Diseases Prevention Guidelines - How do nurses see their role?
by G. McKee
Cardiovascular disease prevention in developing countries - Contribution of nurses
by C. Jennings
Psychosocial experiences in the context of life-threatening illness: how are these patients prepared?
by E. Lambrinou
Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation after heart valve surgery: cost analysis of health care use and sick leave
by T.B. Hansen
Nurses taking the lead in prevention: The Global Nursing Leadership Forum.
by B. Fletcher
Challenges in treatment adherence in heart failure
View the 3 presentations by J. Boyne, A. Stromberg and S. Dunbar
Nursing and Allied Health Professionals Investigator Award sessions
From left to right: Prof. Pinto, C. Murphy, C.W. Chen (Winner), C. Nazzal, R.T. Tolsma, Prof. Derumeaux.
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CCNAP's Guidelines Implementation Toolkit
The Guidelines Implementation Toolkit is an educational and motivational aid to nurses and allied professionals working in clinical practice. This Programme is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Novartis Pharmaceuticals.
A Core curriculum TAILORED FOR NURSES
The Education Committee of CCNAP has developed a Core Curriculum for Nurses. This Core Curriculum can be used as a learning framework to guide nurse education.
Prof. Donna Fitzsimons about the recent CCNAP initiatives
A new project to encourage the use of practice guidelines by nurses and allied professionals in cardiovascular care is currently in preparation by the ESC Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions. Due to be launched at the Council's next EuroHeartCare congress (14-15 June 2015 in Dubrovnik) this initiative is described here by the Council's leadership
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