The Call for Abstracts for the 6th Annual CACPR 2021 Spring Conference is now closed.
The Spring Conference will be held virtually on June 4 & 11.
The theme of the 2021 ASM is "Transitions".
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Presenting an abstract at the CACPR Annual Meeting is an excellent opportunity to share your research, best practices, and highlight your facility to colleagues and leaders in the field of Cardiac Rehabilitation. Abstracts are welcome on any topic pertinent to Transitions.
Accepted abstract titles, authors and credentials are printed in the Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention (JCRP) Conference Issue, and the CACPR produced Current Issues and Trends in Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Rehabilitation (CV Edge) - Conference Highlights issue. Full abstracts will be included in the online version of the same issue. Posters are seen by a wide variety of cardiovascular professionals.
Electronic Submission of Scientific Abstracts for Presentation at CACPR Virtual Spring Conference
A scientific abstract contains data from a study that has been completed. The Study itself may represent a pilot study or may be the results of a large trial. Submitting the protocol for an on-going large trial is also acceptable. Descriptive or observational research abstracts may be submitted as long as there is a research question, the methods are described and results are presented. You must focus your thoughts as the space on the abstract is limited.
Criteria for Abstract Submissions:
Only original research (i.e., data not previously presented, published or simultaneously submitted) will be considered. Abstracts must contain data from completed studies or work well under way.
Your abstract should be of the informative type, containing:
Statement of rationale for the study.
Criteria for submission:
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.