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Within clinical practice, nurses and allied professionals play a pivotal role in many aspects of delivering effective care to cardiac patients. They are often key in care delivery, and responsible for providing the patient’s 24-7 care when they are in hospital and throughout a significant proportion of outpatient care. As such, in many European countries nurses and allied professionals have a professional responsibility to ensure that patient care is based on the best evidence meaning that they are key players in Guideline Implementation.
However, a consultation exercise undertaken by the Council on Cardiovascular Nursing & Allied Professionals (CCNAP), in conjunction with their National Societies’ Committee, has revealed that several barriers exist to nurses and allied professionals being active in this regard across Europe.
The concept of this ACNAP Be Guidelines Smart Toolkit was developed to ensure that all nurses and allied professionals across Europe are trained to use the latest ESC Guidelines.
Discover the ESC Guidelines Implementation Toolkit!
This set of six videos illustrates ESC Guidelines implementation in nurses daily practice!
Discover the ACNAP Be Guidelines Smart Webinars
Join Dr's Catriona Jennings, Rani Khatib and Ms Jan Keenan
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With Prof. Tiny Jaarsma, Prof. Anna Stromberg and Prof. Ekaterini Lambrinou.Aired live on Monday 27 March 2017
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In December 2017, CCNAP organised a two half-day workshop to train selected nurses and allied professionals how to use the latest ESC Guidelines.
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Learn more about this survey about the implementation of the European Society of Cardiology Guidelines: read this update by Professor Gabrielle McKee
This programme is supported by Amgen, Ferrer, Novartis, Vifor Pharma in the form of educational grants. The scientific programme has not been influenced in any way by its sponsors.
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