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Slides from EuroHeartCare 2014

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DateTitleAuthorTopic
04 Apr 2014Principal results of the EUROASPIRE IV survey of CVD prevention and diabetes. Lifestyle, risk factor and therapeutic management in coronary patients from 24 European regions.Catriona Sian Jennings (London, United Kingdom )Prevention
05 Apr 2014What proportion of cardiovascular patients meet the prevention guidelines for BP and lipid levels following cardiac rehabilitationMary Kerins (Dublin 8, Ireland )Prevention
04 Apr 2014The experiences of myocardial infarction patients who are readmitted within 6 months of primary percutaneous coronary intervention treatmentHeather Iles-Smith (Warrington, United Kingdom )Ischaemic heart disease and revascularisation techniques
04 Apr 2014Physical and mental health condition in patients during the first 30 days after early discharge (<3 days) following uncomplicated STEMI treated by primary PCIMarianne Jorgensen (Stavanger, Norway )Ischaemic heart disease and revascularisation techniques
04 Apr 2014Fatigue in patients referred for transcatheter aortic valve implantationDitte Emilie Schmidt (Frederiksberg, Denmark )Ischaemic heart disease and revascularisation techniques
04 Apr 2014End of life decision making in patients with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD): exploring the realityLoreena Hill (Ulster, United Kingdom )Ischaemic heart disease and revascularisation techniques
04 Apr 2014Predischarge education improves adherence to a healthy lifestyle among Jordanian patients with acute coronary syndromeNidal Eshah (Zarqa, Jordan )Ischaemic heart disease and revascularisation techniques
04 Apr 2014Gender differences in self-reported health status after aortic valve replacementKjersti Oterhals (Bergen, Norway )Ischaemic heart disease and revascularisation techniques
04 Apr 2014Symptoms of depression and risk of heart failure. The HUNT 2 study.Lise Tuset Gustad (Levanger, Norway )Health professional education
04 Apr 2014Factors contributing to sense of coherence in young people with congenital heart disease: a qualitative interview studySilke Apers (Leuven, Belgium )Health professional education
04 Apr 2014Adjustment to cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) device two weeks after implantationBrynja Ingadottir (Norrkoping, Sweden )Health professional education
04 Apr 2014People treated for coronary heart disease in Jordan have high levels of risk factors but receive limited secondary preventionAla Ashour (Belfast, United Kingdom )Health professional education
04 Apr 2014Patient-centered medication review in coronary heart disease - impact on beliefs about medicinesMalin Ostbring (Kalmar, Sweden )Health professional education
04 Apr 2014Comparison of New Zealand European vs New Zealand Maori patients with acute heart failure: The New Zealand heart failure registrySimone Inkrot (Thames, New Zealand )Health professional education
05 Apr 2014Use of a structured criteria-based dispatch system at the emergency medical communication centre improves identification of STEMI patientsBjorg Kindervaag (Stavanger, Norway )Heart failure care
05 Apr 2014Telephone follow-up after elective percutaneous coronary in-tervention in patient with ischemic heart diseaseMarianne Soeltoft (Aarhus N, Denmark )Heart failure care
05 Apr 2014Poor self-rated health and mortality in older people with myocardial infarction: does mental health affect the association?Linda Ernstsen (Trondheim, Norway )Heart failure care
05 Apr 2014Do different treatment modalities for acute myocardial infarction impact on patients' illness perception and the outcomes of behavioural change?Ahmed Al-smadi (Amman, Jordan )Heart failure care
05 Apr 2014Financial status is related to following a heart healthy diet in rural adults with multiple cardiovascular risk factorsTerry Lennie (Lexington, United States of America )Heart failure care
04 Apr 2014Diet: moving from comfort eating to a healthy diet.Serena Tonstad (Oslo, Norway )Prevention
04 Apr 2014Stress busting interventions.David R Thompson (Melbourne, Australia )Prevention
04 Apr 2014Patient-centred care: Ready for primetime?Kerstin Dudas (Goteborg, Sweden )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
04 Apr 2014Quality of life or social desirability? Interpreting questionnaires in clinical practice.Susanne Pedersen (Odense, Denmark )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
04 Apr 2014Use of health status “in the real world” – benefits and barriers.John Spertus (Kansas City, United States of America )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
04 Apr 2014How do they work? What’s the evidence?Kenneth Dickstein (Stavanger, Norway )Heart failure care
04 Apr 2014Are improved symptoms and quality of life the most appropriate endpoints?M Christi Deaton (Cambridge, United Kingdom )Heart failure care
04 Apr 2014Psychological support: an important aspect of follow-up careIngela Thylen (Linkoping, Sweden )Heart failure care
04 Apr 2014The next decade: promising new technologiesDominic Theuns (Rotterdam, Netherlands )Heart failure care
04 Apr 2014Telemedicine in acute cardiac care: Live demonstration from a North Sea oil rigArne Michael Cosgrove Evensen (Stavanger, Norway )Service development and innovation
04 Apr 2014Providing reassurance and psychological support from a distanceKonstantinos Antypas (Tromso, Norway )Service development and innovation
04 Apr 2014Telephone health information and support to patients after discharge in remote areas: Challenges and effectsTove Aminda Hanssen (Tromsoe, Norway )Service development and innovation
05 Apr 2014Obtaining fully informed consent in current cardiac care - challenges and responsabilitiesKenneth Dickstein (Stavanger, Norway )Health professional education
05 Apr 2014The CCNAP Core Curriculum: a step forward in nurse educationFelicity Astin (Salford, United Kingdom )Health professional education
05 Apr 2014Palliative care of heart failure patientsTorstein Lauritz Hole (Alesund, Norway )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Challenges to the patient-partner relationship when dealing with progressive heart failureTiny Jaarsma (Norrkoping, Sweden )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014The role of heart failure specialist nurses in palliative careMiriam Jane Johnson (Hull, United Kingdom )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Deactivation of the ICD towards the end of lifeIngela Thylen (Linkoping, Sweden )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Talking with the patient: What works best?Liv Wensaas (Asker, Norway )Prevention
05 Apr 2014Use of the internet as an educational toolAnna Stromberg (Linkoping, Sweden )Prevention
05 Apr 2014E-health to reduce distress in patients with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator: The WEBCARE experienceMirela Habibovic (Tilburg, Netherlands )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Exercise training in patients with heart failure and preserved ejection fractionHans-Dirk Duengen (Berlin, Germany )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Using game computers to increase physical activity in heart failure patientsLeonie Verheijden Klompstra (Norrkoping, Sweden )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Insomnia and cardiovascular riskPeter Johansson (Rimforsa, Sweden )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Sleeping patterns in obesity and chronic illnessJacqueline Cleator (Manchester, United Kingdom )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Sleep, depression and cognitive function among patients with cardiovascular diseaseAnders Brostrom (Linkoping, Sweden )Patient perspective and psychosocial aspects
05 Apr 2014Increasing use of the LVAD as "destination therapy": Impact on the patient, family and healthcare teamGro Sorensen (Oslo, Norway )Service development and innovation
05 Apr 2014Nurse performed pocket-size ultrasound examinations in the heart failure clinicGuri Holmen Gundersen (Levanger, Norway )Service development and innovation
05 Apr 2014ICD recipients’ preferences for care during the natural course of failureJames Beattie (Birmingham, United Kingdom )Service development and innovation
05 Apr 2014How to balance 'hi-tech' care with compassionSusanna Price (London, United Kingdom )Service development and innovation
04 Apr 2014Doubling survival following cardiac arrest: The Danish experience.Freddy Lippert (Ballerup, Copenhagen, Denmark )Service development and innovation
05 Apr 2014EJCN Reviewer Workshop.Tiny Jaarsma (Norrkoping, Sweden )Health professional education



 
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