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  1. Serum cholesterol, body mass index and smoking status do not predict long-term cognitive impairment in elderly stroke patients
  2. Psychosocial interventions for stroke survivors, carers and survivor-carer dyads: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  3. Development, piloting and validation of the Recommending Cardiac Rehabilitation (ReCaRe) instrument
  4. Cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention: Wrong terms, aims, models and outcomes?
  5. Transitional care interventions for heart failure: what are the mechanisms?
  6. What role does personality play in cardiovascular disease?
  7. Psychosocial assessment and intervention – are we doing enough?
  8. Type D personality, stress, coping and performance on a novel sport task
  9. Construct validity of the Heart Failure Screening Tool (Heart-FaST) to identify heart failure patients at risk of poor self-care: Rasch analysis
  10. Why is ethnicity important in cardiovascular care?
  11. High-risk respiratory patients' experiences of bronchoscopy with conscious sedation and analgesia: A qualitative study
  12. Mindfulness mediates the physiological markers of stress: Systematic review and meta-analysis
  13. Comparison of the EQ-5D-3L and the SF-6D (SF-12) contemporaneous utility scores in patients with cardiovascular disease
  14. Abstracts Presented at the SMART STROKES 2017 Conference, 10–11 August 2017, Gold Coast, QLD
  15. Dyadic incongruence in chronic heart failure: Implications for patient and carer psychological health and self-care
  16. Implantable cardioverter defibrillator knowledge and end-of-life device deactivation: A cross-sectional survey
  17. Psychosocial Interventions for Depressive and Anxiety Symptoms in Individuals with Chronic Kidney Disease: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  18. Preference-based care and research
  19. Depression and Pain in Heart Transplant Recipients
  20. P2.07-005 Narratives from High Risk Respiratory Patients Who Had Bronchoscopy with Limited Sedation and Analgesia
  21. Randomized controlled trial of family-based education for patients with heart failure and their carers
  22. Accuracy of anxiety and depression screening tools in heart transplant recipients
  24. Design and protocol for the Dialysis Optimal Health Program (DOHP) randomised controlled trial
  25. The Mental Health in Diabetes Service (MINDS) to enhance psychosocial health: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  26. The Stroke and Carer Optimal Health Program (SCOHP) to enhance psychosocial health: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  27. Trialling of an optimal health programme (OHP) across chronic disease
  28. Distress in partners of cardiac patients: relationship quality and social support
  29. Heart Failure Patients Versus Healthy Controls: Comparison of Cognitive and Prospective Memory Function
  30. Depression screening and referral in cardiac wards: A 12-month patient trajectory
  31. A systematic review and meta-analysis of primary prevention programmes to improve cardio-metabolic risk in non-urban communities
  32. Abstracts
  33. An overview of questionnaires used to measure quality of life
  34. Gender-specific secondary prevention? Differential psychosocial risk factors for major cardiovascular events
  35. How can we better support families living with cardiovascular disease and depression?
  36. Heart failure family-based education: a systematic review
  37. Sensitivity and Specificity of a Five-Minute Cognitive Screening Test in Patients With Heart Failure
  38. Diagnostic Accuracy of Cognitive Screening Instruments in Heart Failure
  39. Carers’ views on patient self-care in chronic heart failure
  40. How to research the mechanisms of non-pharmacological cardiac interventions
  41. An Investigation of Emotion Recognition and Theory of Mind in People with Chronic Heart Failure
  42. Psychosocial interventions for patients with coronary heart disease and depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis
  43. Patient-reported outcome measures in cardiovascular nursing
  44. EuroHeartCare 2015
  45. The role of depressive symptomatology in peri- and post-menopause
  46. PROspective MEmory Training to improve HEart failUre Self-care (PROMETHEUS): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
  47. Prospective Memory Impairment in Chronic Heart Failure
  48. Improving access and equity in reducing cardiovascular risk: the Queensland Health model
  49. Estimating the current and future prevalence of atrial fibrillation in the Australian adult population
  50. 40years of cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention in post-cardiac ischaemic patients. Are we still in the wilderness?
  51. Relationship between Type-D Personality, Physical Activity Behaviour and Climacteric Symptoms
  52. A family-based education program for heart failure patients and carers in rural Thailand: a randomised controlled trial
  53. A statewide telephone-based coaching program for reducing cardiovascular risk: the Queensland Health model – time to make it national?
  54. Psychometric testing of the Heart Failure Screening Tool (Heart-FaST)
  55. Caring for caregivers after a stroke
  56. Evaluation of nurses' perceptions of the impact of targeted depression education and a screening and referral tool in an acute cardiac setting
  57. Sunday, 31 August 2014
  58. Exploring Health Care Providers’ Perceptions of the Needs of Stroke Carers: Informing Development of an Optimal Health Program
  59. Preliminary Evaluation of the Heart Failure Screening Tool (Heart-FaST): Assessing for Patient Barriers to Engagement in Heart Failure Self-Care
  60. Psychometric Properties of the Cardiac Depression Scale: A Systematic Review
  61. Health impact of smoking – an unforgiveable omission in a doctor's repertoire
  62. O109 Potential impact of depression on health outcomes in a randomised control trial of multidisciplinary, nurse-led, home based intervention (HBI) to reduce secondary cardiac events
  63. O160 Prospective memory in chronic heart failure
  64. PM483 Sensitivity And Specificity Of A Five Minute Cognitive Screen In Heart Failure Patients
  65. Review: Cognitive representations of symptoms of acute coronary syndrome and coping responses to the symptoms as correlates to pre-hospital delay in Omani women and men patients
  66. The effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions in improving psychological outcomes for heart transplant recipients: A systematic review
  67. Smoking behaviour among patients and staff
  68. Gender, socioeconomic and ethnic/racial disparities in cardiovascular disease: A time for change
  69. Trial of a family-based education program for heart failure patients in rural Thailand
  70. Cognitive impairment in heart failure: towards a consensus on screening
  71. The psychological experiences of adult heart transplant recipients: A systematic review and meta-summary of qualitative findings
  72. Mokken scaling of the Chinese version of the Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Survey
  73. Psychological Interventions for Patients with Coronary Heart Disease and Their Partners: A Systematic Review
  74. Prospective memory and chronic heart failure
  75. Development of the Heart Failure Screening Tool (Heart-FaST) to measure barriers that impede engagement in self-care
  76. Psychosocial interventions in cardiovascular disease – what are they?
  77. Other Forms of Writing: Letters, Commentaries and Editorials
  78. Motivational interviewing as a brief intervention to improve cardiovascular health
  79. Screening for determinants of self-care in patients with chronic heart failure
  80. Health-related quality of life and its associated factors in Chinese myocardial infarction patients
  81. Depression and coronary heart disease: Apprehending the elusive black dog
  82. Recognition and referral of depression in patients with heart disease
  83. Type D Personality and Cardiovascular Outcomes
  84. Screening for mild cognitive impairment in patients with heart failure: Montreal Cognitive Assessment versus Mini Mental State Exam
  85. Clinical outcomes associated with screening and referral for depression in an acute cardiac ward
  86. The Chinese version of the Myocardial Infarction Dimensional Assessment Scale (MIDAS): Mokken scaling
  87. The Chinese version of the cardiac depression scale: Mokken scaling
  88. Cardiac Depression Scale: Mokken scaling in heart failure patients
  89. Psychosocial Interventions for Coronary Heart Disease and Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  90. Screening to Promote Effective Self-care for Heart Failure Patients
  91. Systematic review of cardiovascular disease in women: Assessing the risk
  92. International collaboration in cardiovascular nursing research
  93. A Psychometric Evaluation of the Chinese Version of the Short-Form Cardiac Depression Scale
  94. Effective communication and ethical consent in decisions related to ICDs
  95. Cognitive Impairment in Chronic Heart Failure and the Need for Screening
  96. Motivational interviewing: a useful approach to improving cardiovascular health?
  97. Cardiac rehabilitation in multicultural populations
  98. Beyond the blues: the need for integrated care pathways
  99. Commentary on Yohannes AM, Doherty P, Bundy C & Yalfani A (2010) The long-term benefits of cardiac rehabilitation on depression, anxiety, physical activity and quality of life. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19, 2806-2813
  100. Commentary on Galdas PM & Kang HBK (2010) Punjabi Sikh patients’ cardiac rehabilitation experiences following myocardial infarction: a qualitative analysis. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19, 3134-3142
  101. Cardiovascular Nursing Research: Challenges and Opportunities
  102. Editorial: Online health communication in improving outcomes
  103. Quality of Life in Cardiovascular Disease: What is it and Why and How Should We Measure It?
  104. Commentary on Tolmie, EP, Lindsay GM, Kelly T, Tolson D, Baxter S & Belcher PR (2009) Are older patients’ cardiac rehabilitation needs being met? Journal of Clinical Nursing 18, 1878-1888
  105. Career Pathways of Science, Engineering and Technology Research Postgraduates
  106. Clinical usefulness and feasibility of using Reality Orientation with patients who have dementia in acute care settings
  107. Stroke
  108. The prevalence and recognition of major depression among low-level aged care residents with and without cognitive impairment
  109. Satisfaction With General Practitioner Treatment of Depression Among Residents of Aged Care Facilities
  110. Depression among older people with cognitive impairment: prevalence and detection
  112. Endometriosis, an unknown entity: the consumer's perspective
  113. Focus group study of endometriosis: Struggle, loss and the medical merry-go-round