Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prevention: A Continuum of Care
Nov 30, 2016
Elizabeth Lisa Masse MSc, KIN, CSEP-CEP

2008 to present: McGill Comprehensive Health Improvement Program (CHIP) Coordinator

2008 Graduated from Master’s Degree in Science / Clinical Exercise Physiology from Northeastern University

2003 Graduated from Bachelor’s Degree in Education / Kinesiology at McGill University

Passionate in helping people improve their lifestyle through exercise.

Title:

Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prevention: A Continuum of Care

Description

  • Definition, goals and benefits of Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR)
  • Essential Components of CR
  • Benefits of active living
  • Importance of CR referrals
  • How soon following a cardiac event should the patient initiate exercise?

Keywords

Cardiac Rehabilitation, Exercise, Mental Health, multi-disciplinary approach, Physical Activity, Risk Factor management, Inpatient, Outpatient, Lifestyle management, CAD

Category(ies)

Cardiology/Cardiologie;

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