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European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing
The EJCN is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the advancement of knowledge in the field of cardiovascular nursing and the promotion of evidence-based, clinical practice. The journal publishes original articles, short report reviews and editorials in order to improve the quality of nursing care for patients with cardiovascular disease.
Your hub for the latest science in cardiology for nurses and allied professionals
In the current health crisis, ACNAP is here to help you stay up to date on the latest scientific developments related to cardiovascular nursing and for allied professionals.
ACNAP Essentials 4 You is a comprehensive collection of valuable and carefully selected resources, all available from this regularly updated page.
You can now access the results of a 39-question survey sent to 31 National Cardiovascular Nursing Societies. The survey collected 1,425 questionnaires from 39 countries, exploring the advanced roles of cardiovascular nurses, their practices and their educational needs.
Statements, positions, and policies from CCNAP, its committees and its constituent bodies
Have dedicated time with your selected mentor, meet new colleagues and be exposed to a different learning environment.
A fifth EUROASPIRE survey of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Diabetes is proposed, which will merge with the EuroHeart Survey on Diabetes Mellitus and incorporate an assessment of dysglycaemia (impaired fasting glycaemia IFG, impaired glucose tolerance IGT and new diabetes) in all patients.
CardioScape outlines the current CVD research and innovation landscape across Europe.
A unique database on healthcare systems, as well as provision- and care services in cardiovascular medicine. It can serve as a European tool of comparative analysis to identify best practices and trends.
Essential cardiology books to advance your learning.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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