Stroke and Cardiac Virtual Rehabilitation Toolkits
Presented by Patrice Lindsay (Heart and Stroke Foundation) & Dr. Lisa Cotie (CACPR)
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 12 p.m. EST
Instead of purchasing the remaining five webinars individually, purchase the below webinar bundle and save! This includes access to the recordings for the last 5 webinars (October to December 2020).
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JANUARY 2020 | Dr. Paul Oh on Let's Talk About Drugs - New Pharmacotherapies and Cardiac Rehab View Here
FEBRUARY 2020 | Jennifer Harris & Guy-Anne Proulx on Adherence Strategies: How to Keep Patients Exercising After Discharge From Your Program View here
MARCH 2020 | Kathleen Turner on Keto diet and intermittent fasting: What’s the evidence? View Here
APRIL 2020 | Coping With COVID-19: Panel Discussion on the Transition to Virtual/Home-based Cardiac Rehabilitation Programming View here FREE
MAY 2020 | Dr. Bob Reid on Planet of the Vapes: Practical approaches to address vaping in practice View here
JUNE 2020 | Coping With COVID-19: Panel Discussion #2 Cardiac Rehab during the COVID-19 Pandemic, where are we now? VIEW HERE FREE
JULY 2020 | 2019 STUDENT AWARD PRESENTATION - HENRY LAI VIEW HERE FREE
August 2020 | 2019 STUDENT AWARD PRESENTATION - Tamara Williamson VIEW HERE FREE
SEPTEMBER 2020 | Dr. Michele Turek on Breast Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease: Two Sides of the Same Coin VIEW HERE
NOVEMBER 4, 2020 | Dr. Arya Sharma on Canadian Obesity Treatment Guidelines for Adults - What's New? VIEW HERE
NOVEMBER 18, 2020 | Dr. Sharon Mulvagh on Recent Insights into Women's Heart Health: Challenges and Opportunities VIEW HERE
OCTOBER 2019 | Dr. Simon Bacon on Mental Health & Exercise view here
About the Association
The Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (CACPR) is a national body comprised of interdisciplinary health professionals. Our focus is enhancing knowledge and clinical care, as well as enabling research for those who work in cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation.