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Barriers to cardiac rehabilitation use in Canada versus Brazil.
PURPOSE: Despite its well-established benefits, cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is greatly underutilized globally. Barriers to its utilization have been identified in high-income countries. Given the growing epidemic of ...
Physical activity behaviour 2-6 years following cardiac rehabilitation: a socio-ecological analysis
Background: Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) promotes long-term positive health behaviours, such as physical activity (PA), in patients following a cardiovascular event. Our knowledge of long-term PA, and its correlates, following ...
A comparison of barriers to use of home versus site-based cardiac rehabilitation
(Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, 2013-09)
Purpose: Despite the established benefits of cardiac rehabilitation (CR), it remains significantly underutilized. It is unknown whether patient barriers to enrollment and adherence are addressed by offering choice of program ...
Validation of a Portuguese version of the Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation (INCR) scale in Brazil
Objectives: to translate, culturally adapt and psychometrically validate the Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation (INCR) tool to Portuguese. Background: The identification of information needs is considered the ...
Development and Psychometric Validation of a Scale to Assess Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation: The INCR Tool
(Patient Education and Counseling, 2013-06)
Objective: to develop and psychometrically-validate a tool to assess information needs in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) patients. Methods: After a literature search, 60 information items were identified. To establish content ...