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  1. Impact of vaccination education in cardiac rehabilitation on attitudes and knowledge
  2. Translation, Cross-Cultural Adaptation and Psychometric Validation of the Arabic Version of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers Scale (CRBS-A) with Strategies to Mitigate Barriers
  3. Translation, Cross-Cultural Adaptation and Psychometric Validation of the Greek Version of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers Scale (CRBS-GR): What Are the Barriers in South-East Europe?
  4. Evidence is indisputable that cardiac rehabilitation provides health benefits and event reduction: time for policy action
  5. Older Adults’ Attitudes Regarding COVID-19 and Associated Infection Control Measures in Shanghai and Impact on Well-Being
  6. Effect of Physical Activity and Tobacco Use on Mortality and Morbidity in Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease After Revascularisation: A Korean Nationwide Population Based Cohort Study
  7. Technology‐based Comprehensive Cardiac Rehabilitation Therapy (TaCT) for women with cardiovascular disease in a middle‐income setting: A randomized controlled trial protocol
  8. On the frontlines in Shanghai: Stress, burnout and perceived benefit among COVID-19 testers and other personnel during the Omicron wave lockdown
  9. Qualitative study measuring the usability of the International Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry
  10. Women-Focused Cardiovascular Rehabilitation: An International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Clinical Practice Guideline
  11. Effect of physical activity and tobacco use on mortality and morbidity in patients with peripheral arterial disease after revascularisation: A Korean nationwide population-based cohort study
  12. Examining Facilitators and Barriers to Cardiac Rehabilitation Adherence in a Low-Resource Setting in Latin America from Multiple Perspectives
  13. Publicly versus privately funded cardiac rehabilitation: access and adherence barriers. A cross-sectional study
  14. Profile of women choosing mixed-sex, women-only, and home-based cardiac rehabilitation models and impact on utilization
  15. Validity and Reliability of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers Scale in the Czech Republic (CRBS-CZE): Determination of Key Barriers in East-Central Europe
  16. Dose of Cardiac Rehabilitation to Reduce Mortality and Morbidity: A Population‐Based Study
  17. Cardiac Rehabilitation: Under-Utilized Globally
  18. The effects of maintenance cardiac rehabilitation: A systematic review and Meta-analysis, with a focus on sex
  19. Translation, Cross-Cultural Adaptation, and Psychometric Validation of the Chinese/Mandarin Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers Scale (CRBS-C/M)
  20. Effect of physical inactivity and tobacco use on mortality and morbidity in revascularized patients with peripheral arterial disease: A nationwide cohort study
  21. The psychological component of cardiac rehabilitation drives benefits achieved
  22. A Randomized Controlled Trial of an Exercise Maintenance Intervention in Men and Women After Cardiac Rehabilitation (ECO-PCR Trial)
  23. Secondary Preventive Care for Cardiovascular Diseases in Bangladesh: A National Survey
  24. Chinese patients’ clinical and psychosocial outcomes in the 6 months following percutaneous coronary intervention
  25. A Randomized, Controlled, Crossover Trial of Virtual Reality in Maintenance Cardiovascular Rehabilitation in a Low-Resource Setting: Impact on Adherence, Motivation, and Engagement
  26. Interventions supporting cardiac rehabilitation completion: Process evaluation investigating theory-based mechanisms of action.
  27. Cardiac rehabilitation effectiveness for coronary artery disease by clinical era: trial sequential analysis
  28. Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Cardiac Rehabilitation Delivery around the World
  29. Referral and access to heart function clinics: A realist review
  30. Translation and evaluation of a comprehensive educational program for cardiac rehabilitation patients in Latin America: A multi-national, longitudinal study
  31. Patient-Provider Communication Regarding Referral to Cardiac Rehabilitation
  32. Implementing recommendations for inpatient healthcare provider encouragement of cardiac rehabilitation participation: development and evaluation of an online course
  33. Patient-Centered Care for Women: Delphi Consensus on Evidence-Derived Recommendations
  34. Comprehensive Cardiac Rehabilitation Effectiveness in a Middle-Income Setting
  35. Health Care Administrators' Cardiac Rehabilitation Attitudes (HACRA) in North and South America and the Development of a Scale to Assess Them
  36. Identifying strategies to implement patient-centred care for women: Qualitative interviews with women
  37. Interventions supporting long term adherence and decreasing cardiovascular events after myocardial infarction (ISLAND): pragmatic randomised controlled trial
  38. Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric validation of the Persian version of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers Scale (CRBS-P)
  39. Factors Associated With Attendance at a 1-yr Post–Cardiac Rehabilitation Risk Factor Check
  40. Cardiac Rehabilitation in India: Results from the International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation’s Global Audit of Cardiac Rehabilitation
  41. Multi-level strategies to tailor patient-centred care for women: qualitative interviews with clinicians
  42. Promoting Patient Utilization of Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation
  43. Translation and validation of the cardiac rehabilitation barriers scale in the Czech Republic (CRBS-CZE)
  44. Is patient-centred care for women a priority for policy-makers? Content analysis of government policies
  45. Novel Method for Synchronization of Multiple Biosensors
  46. Cardiac Specialists’ Perspectives on Barriers to Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral and Participation in a Low-Resource Setting
  47. Quantification of Resting-State Ballistocardiogram Difference Between Clinical and Non-Clinical Populations for Ambient Monitoring of Heart Failure
  48. Cardiac Rehabilitation Dose Around the World
  49. Improving the Monitoring of Cardiac Rehabilitation Delivery and Quality: A Call to Action for Australia
  50. Promoting patient utilization of outpatient cardiac rehabilitation: A joint International Council and Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation position statement
  51. How is patient-centred care conceptualized in women’s health: a scoping review
  52. What constitutes patient-centred care for women: a theoretical rapid review
  53. How do and could clinical guidelines support patient-centred care for women: Content analysis of guidelines
  54. Exercise-based rehabilitation for major non-communicable diseases in low-resource settings: a scoping review
  55. Benefits and Barriers to Exercise among Individuals with Class III Obesity
  56. Eligibility, Enrollment, and Completion of Exercise-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation Following Stroke Rehabilitation: What Are the Barriers?
  57. Systematic review of cardiac rehabilitation guidelines: Quality and scope
  58. Hybrid cardiac rehabilitation trial (HYCARET): protocol of a randomised, multicentre, non-inferiority trial in South America
  59. Barriers to cardiac rehabilitation delivery in a low-resource setting from the perspective of healthcare administrators, rehabilitation providers, and cardiac patients
  60. Cochrane corner: increasing patient utilisation of cardiac rehabilitation
  61. Validation of the Physician Attitudes toward Cardiac Rehabilitation and Referral (PACRR) Scale
  62. Cardiac Rehabilitation Availability and Density around the Globe
  63. Nature of Cardiac Rehabilitation Around the Globe
  64. Cardiac Rehabilitation Quality Improvement
  65. Cardiac rehabilitation delivery in low/middle-income countries
  66. Cardiac rehabilitation delivery in Africa
  67. Availability and delivery of cardiac rehabilitation in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: How does it compare globally?
  68. Validity of the Incremental Shuttle Walk Test to Assess Exercise Safety When Initiating Cardiac Rehabilitation in Low-Resource Settings
  69. A systematic review of recent cardiac rehabilitation meta-analyses in patients with coronary heart disease or heart failure
  70. Cardiac rehabilitation availability and delivery in Brazil: a comparison to other upper middle-income countries
  71. Cardiac rehabilitation availability and delivery in Europe: How does it differ by region and compare with other high-income countries?
  72. Maintenance of Gains, Morbidity, and Mortality at 1 Year Following Cardiac Rehabilitation in a Middle‐Income Country: A Wait‐List Control Crossover Trial
  73. A Longitudinal Examination of the Social-Ecological Correlates of Exercise in Men and Women Following Cardiac Rehabilitation
  74. Interventions to Promote Patient Utilization of Cardiac Rehabilitation: Cochrane Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  75. Dietary Sodium and the Health of Canadians
  76. How is patient-centred care addressed in women’s health? A theoretical rapid review
  77. Funding sources and costs to deliver cardiac rehabilitation around the globe: Drivers and barriers
  78. Utilising a Data Capture Tool to Populate a Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry: A Feasibility Study
  79. The Effects of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Mortality and Morbidity in Women
  80. Validation of a Scale to Assess Patients’ Comprehension of Frequently Used Cardiology Terminology
  81. Effect of cardiac rehabilitation on 24-month all-cause hospital readmissions: A prospective cohort study
  82. Comparative Effectiveness of the Core Components of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Mortality and Morbidity: A Systematic Review and Network Meta-Analysis
  83. Amount and Socio-Ecological Correlates of Exercise in Men and Women at Cardiac Rehabilitation Completion
  84. Effects of comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation on functional capacity in a middle-income country: a randomised controlled trial
  85. Cardiac Rehabilitation Availability and Delivery in Canada: How Does It Compare With Other High-Income Countries?
  86. Adapted Motivational Interviewing to Promote Exercise in Adolescents With Congenital Heart Disease
  87. Reconfiguring Cardiac Rehabilitation to Achieve Panvascular Prevention: New Care Models for a New World
  88. Cardiac Rehabilitation Models around the Globe
  89. Cardiac rehabilitation knowledge, awareness, and practice among cardiologists in India
  90. Availability and characteristics of cardiac rehabilitation programs in one Brazilian state: a cross-sectional study
  91. Traditional Versus Hybrid Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation
  92. Feasibility and Outcomes in a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of a Psychosocial Intervention for Adults With Congenital Heart Disease
  93. Psychosocial well-being over the two years following cardiac rehabilitation initiation & association with heart-health behaviors
  94. Exercise rehabilitation in ventricular assist device recipients: a meta-analysis of effects on physiological and clinical outcomes
  95. The Paucity of Data Addressing the Effects of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Mortality and Morbidity in Women
  96. Health Care Use and Associated Time and Out of Pocket Expenditures for Patients With Cardiovascular Disease in a Publicly Funded Health Care System
  97. Antidepressant Use by Class: Association with Major Adverse Cardiac Events in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease
  98. Effect of Cardiac Rehabilitation Dose on Mortality and Morbidity: A Systematic Review and Meta-regression Analysis
  99. Quality and Variability of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Delivery
  100. Cardiac rehabilitation costs
  101. Cardiovascular disease in the Eastern Mediterranean region: epidemiology and risk factor burden
  102. Patient satisfaction with cardiac rehabilitation: association with utilization, functional capacity, and heart-health behaviors [Corrigendum]
  103. A Review of Cardiac Rehabilitation Delivery Around the World
  104. Cardiac Rehabilitation Outcomes by Ethnocultural Background
  105. A systematic review of cardiac rehabilitation registries
  106. Interventions Supporting Long-term Adherence aNd Decreasing cardiovascular events (ISLAND): Pragmatic randomized trial protocol
  107. Perceptions of Cardiology Administrators About Cardiac Rehabilitation in South America and the Caribbean
  108. Perceptions of seniors with heart failure regarding autonomous zero-effort monitoring of physiological parameters in the smart-home environment
  109. Cardiac Rehabilitation Following Acute Coronary Syndrome in Women
  110. Depression screening and treatment recall in male and female coronary artery disease inpatients: Association with symptoms one year later
  111. Severity of Depressive Symptoms Pre- and Postcardiac Rehabilitation
  112. Patient satisfaction with cardiac rehabilitation: association with utilization, functional capacity, and heart-health behaviors
  113. Between mind and heart: Sex-based cognitive bias in cardiovascular disease treatment
  114. Burden, screening, and treatment of depressive and anxious symptoms among women referred to cardiac rehabilitation: a prospective study
  115. Translation, Cross-cultural Adaptation and Psychometric Validation of the Korean-Language Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers Scale (CRBS-K)
  116. Effects of comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation on functional capacity and cardiovascular risk factors in Brazilians assisted by public health care: protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  117. Cardiac Rehabilitation Delivery Model for Low-Resource Settings: An International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Consensus Statement
  118. Sex Differences in Cardiac Rehabilitation Adherence: A Meta-analysis
  119. Predictors of Cardiac Rehabilitation Utilization in England: Results From the National Audit
  120. Ensuring Cardiac Rehabilitation Access for the Majority of Those in Need: A Call to Action for Canada
  121. Advocacy for outpatient cardiac rehabilitation globally
  122. Ecologically optimizing exercise maintenance in men and women post-cardiac rehabilitation: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial of efficacy with economics (ECO-PCR)
  123. Women's Health Behaviours and Psychosocial Well-Being by Cardiac Rehabilitation Program Model: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  124. Cardiac rehabilitation delivery model for low-resource settings
  125. Secondary Prevention Recommendation Attainment with Cardiac Rehabilitation: Is There a Gender Disparity?
  126. Cardiac rehabilitation referral and enrolment across an academic health sciences centre with eReferral and peer navigation: a randomised controlled pilot trial
  127. Evaluating the Heart Wise Exercise™ program: a model for safe community exercise programming
  128. The mental health status of ethnocultural minorities in Ontario and their mental health care
  129. Cardiac Rehabilitation Program Adherence and Functional Capacity Among Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  130. Feasibility of Assessing 2 Cardiac Rehabilitation Quality Indicators
  131. Factors Affecting Attendance at an Adapted Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Program for Individuals with Mobility Deficits Poststroke
  132. A bifactor model of the Beck Depression Inventory and its association with medical prognosis after myocardial infarction.
  133. IL-10 derived from CD1dhiCD5+ B cells regulates experimental autoimmune myasthenia gravis
  134. Objectively-measured sedentary time and its association with markers of cardiometabolic health and fitness among cardiac rehabilitation graduates
  135. Knowledge and exercise behavior maintenance in cardiac rehabilitation patients receiving educational interventions
  136. Observing temporal trends in cardiac rehabilitation from 1996 to 2010 in Ontario: characteristics of referred patients, programme participation and mortality rates
  137. Adult Congenital Heart Disease-Coping And REsilience (ACHD-CARE): Rationale and methodology of a pilot randomized controlled trial
  138. Delays in Referral and Enrolment Are Associated With Mitigated Benefits of Cardiac Rehabilitation After Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
  139. GW26-e0232 Cardiac rehabilitation reimbursement models around the globe
  140. GW26-e0222 Severity of depressive symptoms pre and post-cardiac rehabilitation: A comparison in Brazil, Canada, Colombia, the United States and Venezuela.
  141. Cardiac Rehabilitation for Hypertension Assessment and Control: Report From the International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation
  142. A Comparison of Accelerometer Cut-Points among Individuals with Coronary Artery Disease
  143. Patient-Reported Outcomes in Cardiac Rehabilitation
  144. Community-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation Maintenance Programs: Use and Effects
  145. Cardiac rehabilitation in Canada and Arab countries: comparing availability and program characteristics
  146. Narrative Review Comparing the Benefits of and Participation in Cardiac Rehabilitation in High-, Middle- and Low-Income Countries
  147. Behavior determinants among cardiac rehabilitation patients receiving educational interventions: An application of the health action process approach
  148. Disease-related knowledge in cardiac rehabilitation enrollees: Correlates and changes
  149. Time-to-Referral, Use, and Efficacy of Cardiac Rehabilitation After Heart Transplantation
  150. Development and psychometric validation of the second version of the Coronary Artery Disease Education Questionnaire (CADE-Q II)
  152. Patient safety climate (PSC) perceptions of frontline staff in acute care hospitals
  153. Screening for Depression in Cardiac Rehabilitation
  154. The Canadian Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry: Inaugural Report on the Status of Cardiac Rehabilitation in Canada
  155. Integrated Cardiovascular Rehabilitation
  156. Current Issues in Depression and Cardiovascular Disease
  157. Women’s preferences for cardiac rehabilitation program model: A randomized controlled trial
  158. Sex dependent risk factors for mortality after myocardial infarction: individual patient data meta-analysis
  159. The Quality of Cardiac Rehabilitation in Canada: A Report of the Canadian Cardiac Rehab Registry
  160. Cardiac Rehabilitation Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
  161. Smartphone-based cardiac rehabilitation
  162. Pan-Canadian Development of Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention Quality Indicators
  163. Global availability of cardiac rehabilitation
  164. Sex Differences in Cardiac Rehabilitation Enrollment: A Meta-analysis
  165. A systematic review of patient education in cardiac patients: Do they increase knowledge and promote health behavior change?
  166. Validation of a Portuguese version of the Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation (INCR) scale in Brazil
  167. Elements of patient–health-care provider communication related to cardiovascular rehabilitation referral
  168. Healthcare providers’ awareness of the information needs of their cardiac rehabilitation patients throughout the program continuum
  169. Cardiac Rehabilitation Series: Canada
  170. PM486 Socio-demographic correlates of disease-related knowledge in cardiac rehabilitation participants in Toronto, Canada
  171. O197 Healthcare Providers’ Awareness Of The Information Needs Of Their Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients Throughout The Program Continuum
  172. PT455 A systematic review of patient education in cardiac patients: do they increase knowledge and promote health behavior change?
  173. Ethnocultural Diversity in Cardiac Rehabilitation
  174. Opposite Ends of the Same Stick? Multi-Method Test of the Dimensionality of Individualism and Collectivism
  175. Women and Referral to Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation: Does the Gender Bias Still Exist? A Meta-Analysis
  176. Clinical and sociodemographic correlates of referral for cardiac rehabilitation following cardiac revascularization in Ontario
  177. A Comparison of Barriers to Use of Home- Versus Site-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation
  178. Cardiac rehabilitation barriers by rurality and socioeconomic status: a cross-sectional study
  179. Perceptions of barriers to cardiac rehabilitation use in Brazil
  180. Adjusted prognostic association of depression following myocardial infarction with mortality and cardiovascular events: individual patient data meta-analysis
  181. Development and psychometric validation of a scale to assess information needs in cardiac rehabilitation: The INCR Tool
  182. Physician Factors Affecting Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral and Patient Enrollment: A Systematic Review
  183. Barriers to Cardiac Rehabilitation Use in Canada Versus Brazil
  184. Measurement of depressive symptoms among cardiac patients: Should sex differences be considered?
  185. How do hospital administrators perceive cardiac rehabilitation in a publicly-funded health care system?
  186. International Charter on Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation
  187. Preferences for Single-Sex Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs
  188. Hospital Administrators' Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Cardiac Rehabilitation
  189. Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation Tool
  190. Primary Care Provider Receipt of Cardiac Rehabilitation Discharge Summaries
  191. Physical Activity Behavior Two to Six Years Following Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Socioecological Analysis
  192. Gender and sex differences in prevalence of major depression in coronary artery disease patients: A meta-analysis
  193. Effectiveness of inpatient and outpatient strategies in increasing referral and utilization of cardiac rehabilitation: a prospective, multi-site study
  194. The Influence of Somatic Symptoms on Beck Depression Inventory Scores in Hospitalized Postmyocardial Infarction Patients
  195. Cardiac rehabilitation services in Ontario
  196. Symptom reporting on the Beck Depression Inventory among post-myocardial infarction patients: In-hospital versus follow-up assessments
  197. The Impact of Premorbid and Postmorbid Depression Onset on Mortality and Cardiac Morbidity Among Patients With Coronary Heart Disease
  198. The role of clinical and geographic factors in the use of hospital versus home-based cardiac rehabilitation
  199. Perceptions of cardiac rehabilitation patients, specialists and rehabilitation programs regarding cardiac rehabilitation wait times
  200. Referral and Use of Heart Failure Clinics: What Factors Are Related to Use?
  201. Variation in Patient Perceptions of Healthcare Provider Endorsement of Cardiac Rehabilitation
  202. A Prospective Examination of Disease Management Program Use by Complex Cardiac Outpatients
  203. Ambulatory Surveillance of Patients Referred for Cardiac Rehabilitation Following Cardiac Hospitalization: A Feasibility Study
  204. Perceptions of Cardiac Specialists and Rehabilitation Programs Regarding Patient Access to Cardiac Rehabilitation and Referral Strategies
  205. Musculoskeletal Comorbidities in Cardiac Patients: Prevalence, Predictors, and Health Services Utilization
  206. Posttraumatic growth in coronary artery disease outpatients: Relationship to degree of trauma and health service use
  207. Desenvolvimento e validação da versão em português da Escala de Barreiras para Reabilitação Cardíaca
  208. Patient--Provider Communication at the Bedside About Cardiac Rehabilitation: Effect on Referral and Enrollment
  209. The Role of Systematic Inpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral in Increasing Equitable Access and Utilization
  210. Cardiac Rehabilitation Wait Times
  211. Primary care provider perceptions of intake transition records and shared care with outpatient cardiac rehabilitation programs
  212. Psychometric validation of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers Scale
  213. Non–Symptom-Related Factors Contributing to Delay in Seeking Medical Care by Patients With Heart Failure: A Narrative Review
  214. 198 Identification of smoking status among hospitalized cardiac patients: Are we doing enough to promote smoking cessation?
  215. 430 Relationships among physical activity and correlates of depressive symptoms in female cardiac patients
  216. 681 Patient education through post-hospitalization transitions: Do cardiac outpatients recall being provided guideline-recommended information?
  217. Quality of Life Following Participation in Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs of Longer or Shorter than 6 Months: Does Duration Matter?
  218. A call for adult congenital heart disease patient participation in cardiac rehabilitation
  219. A simultaneous test of the relationship between identified psychosocial risk factors and recurrent events in coronary artery disease patients
  220. Somatic/affective symptoms, but not cognitive/affective symptoms, of depression after acute coronary syndrome are associated with 12-month all-cause mortality
  222. Systematizing Inpatient Referral to Cardiac Rehabilitation 2010
  223. Adult Congenital Heart Disease Patient Participation in a Traditional Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
  224. Commentaries
  225. Systematizing Inpatient Referral to Cardiac Rehabilitation 2010: Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation and Canadian Cardiovascular Society Joint Position Paper
  226. Therapeutic Benefit of Preventive Telehealth Counseling in the Community Outreach Heart Health and Risk Reduction Trial
  227. Effect of Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral Strategies on Utilization Rates
  228. Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers Scale
  229. Influence of Somatic Symptoms on Beck Depression Inventory Scores in Patients Hospitalized With an Acute Coronary Syndrome
  230. A narrative review on women and cardiac rehabilitation: Program adherence and preferences for alternative models of care
  231. Geographic issues in cardiac rehabilitation utilization: A narrative review
  232. Cultural factors facilitating cardiac rehabilitation participation among Canadian South Asians: A qualitative study
  233. Length of delay in seeking medical care by patients with heart failure symptoms and the role of symptom‐related factors: a narrative review
  234. Timing of Depressive Symptom Onset and In-Hospital Complications Among Acute Coronary Syndrome Inpatients
  235. Somatic symptom overlap in Beck Depression Inventory–II scores following myocardial infarction
  236. Timing of Depressive Symptom Onset and In-Hospital Complications Among Acute Coronary Syndrome Inpatients
  237. Drive time to cardiac rehabilitation: at what point does it affect utilization?
  238. Post-traumatic Growth among Cardiac Outpatients
  239. Access to Cardiac Rehabilitation Among South-Asian Patients by Referral Method: A Qualitative Study
  240. Differences in social support and illness perceptions among South Asian and Caucasian patients with coronary artery disease
  241. Effects of cardiac rehabilitation referral strategies on referral and enrollment rates
  242. Sex Differences in the Prevalence of Post-Stroke Depression: A Systematic Review
  243. Sex Differences in the Prevalence of Post-Stroke Depression: A Systematic Review
  245. Degree and correlates of patient trust in their cardiologist
  246. The association among depressive symptoms, smoking status and antidepressant use in cardiac outpatients
  247. A mixed methods study of continuity of care from cardiac rehabilitation to primary care physicians
  248. Barriers to Cardiac Rehabilitation
  249. Concordance of self- and program-reported rates of cardiac rehabilitation referral, enrollment and participation
  250. Degree and correlates of cardiac knowledge and awareness among cardiac inpatients
  251. A Multisite Examination of Sex Differences in Cardiac Rehabilitation Barriers by Participation Status
  252. Smoking, Depressive Symptoms, and the Use of Antidepressants in Cardiac Outpatients
  253. Coronary Heart Disease Awareness and Knowledge Questionnaire
  254. Simultaneous Test of the Relationship Between Identified Psychosocial Risk Factors and the Occurrence of Recurrent Events in Coronary Artery Disease Patients
  255. Relationship Between Timing of Depressive Symptom Onset and In-Hospital Complications Among Acute Coronary Syndrome Inpatients
  256. Tai Chi workplace program for improving musculoskeletal fitness among female computer users
  257. Physical health status assessed during hospitalization for acute coronary syndrome predicts mortality 12 months later
  258. Gender differences in motivations and perceived effects of Mind–Body Therapy (MBT) practice and views on integrative cardiac rehabilitation among acute coronary syndrome patients: Why do women use MBT?
  259. Cardiologists' charting varied by risk factor, and was often discordant with patient report
  260. The prevalence and correlates of mind-body therapy practices in patients with acute coronary syndrome
  261. Poster 52: Sociodemographic Differences in Patient Perceptions of Physician Endorsement of Cardiac Rehabilitation
  262. Poster 73: How Well Do Extant Classifications of Mobility-Related Assistive Devices Support Outcomes Researchers?
  263. Poster 74: Multilevel Correlates of Women's Physical Activity Behavior Following Participation in a Primary Prevention Program
  264. Contribution of patient and physician factors to cardiac rehabilitation enrollment: a prospective multilevel study
  267. Probit structural equation regression model: general depressive symptoms predicted post-myocardial infarction mortality after controlling for somatic symptoms of depression
  268. Usefulness of a single-item general self-rated health question to predict mortality 12 months after an acute coronary syndrome
  269. Factors Affecting Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral by Physician Specialty
  270. Contribution of patient and physician factors to cardiac rehabilitation referral: a prospective multilevel study
  271. A Prospective Examination of Antidepressant Use and Its Correlates in Patients With Acute Coronary Syndrome
  272. Multi-level Correlates of Women's Physical Activity Behavior Following Participation in a Primary Prevention Program
  273. A Prospective, Controlled Multisite Study of Psychosocial and Behavioral Change Following Women's Cardiac Rehabilitation Participation
  274. Depression
  275. Usefulness of Persistent Symptoms of Depression to Predict Physical Health Status 12 Months After an Acute Coronary Syndrome
  279. Patient factors associated with attrition from a self‐management education programme
  280. A Prospective Examination of Patterns and Correlates of Exercise Maintenance in Coronary Artery Disease Patients
  281. Continuity of cardiac care: Cardiac rehabilitation participation and other correlates
  282. The Brain and the Heart: Independent or Interactive?
  283. A comprehensive view of sex-specific issues related to cardiovascular disease
  284. Assessment of two culturally competent Diabetes education methods: Individual versus Individual plus Group education in Canadian Portuguese adults with Type 2 Diabetes
  285. The impact of angina and cardiac history on health-related quality of life and depression in coronary heart disease patients
  286. Predictors of Self-Reported Antidepressant Adherence
  287. A prospective comparison of cardiac rehabilitation enrollment following automatic vs usual referral
  288. Physical Activity Behavior, Motivational Readiness and Self-Efficacy among Ontarians with Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes
  289. Health-Promoting Behaviors Through Pregnancy, Maternity Leave, and Return to Work: Effects of Role Spillover and Other Correlates
  291. Do Symptom Dimensions of Depression Following Myocardial Infarction Relate Differently to Physical Health Indicators and Cardiac Prognosis?
  292. Do Symptom Dimensions of Depression Following Myocardial Infarction Relate Differently to Physical Health Indicators and Cardiac Prognosis?
  293. Path analysis of work conditions and work–family spillover as modifiable workplace factors associated with depressive symptomatology
  294. Referral to and discharge from cardiac rehabilitation: key informant views on continuity of care
  295. Gender Differences in Cancer Mortality Risk Perceptions and Screening Behaviors among Adults 40-60 Years of Age
  296. Gender, Ethnocultural, and Psychosocial Barriers to Diabetes Self-Management in Italian Women and Men With Type 2 Diabetes
  297. Gender and Nutrition Management in Type 2 Diabetes
  298. Effect of Depression on Five-Year Mortality After an Acute Coronary Syndrome
  299. The Occupational and Psychosocial Impact of SARS on Academic Physicians in Three Affected Hospitals
  300. Illness perceptions among cardiac patients: Relation to depressive symptomatology and sex
  301. Patient-Provider Communication Regarding Referral to Cardiac Rehabilitation
  302. Patient Preferences for Home-based Versus Hospital-based Cardiac Rehabilitation
  303. Longitudinal Course of Depressive Symptomatology After a Cardiac Event: Effects of Gender and Cardiac Rehabilitation
  304. Factors Affecting Perceived Risk of Contracting Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Among Academic Physicians
  305. Gender bias in cardiovascular advertisements
  306. Automatic Referral to Cardiac Rehabilitation
  307. Antenatal risk factors for postpartum depression: a synthesis of recent literature
  308. The Psychosocial Effects of Being Quarantined following Exposure to SARS: A Qualitative Study of Toronto Health Care Workers
  309. Cardiovascular Disease
  310. Depression
  311. Increasing Access to Cardiac Rehabilitation
  312. Prospective Examination of Anxiety Persistence and Its Relationship to Cardiac Symptoms and Recurrent Cardiac Events
  313. Sex differences in predictors of illness intrusiveness 1 year after a cardiac event
  314. Gender Differences in Health Information Needs and Decisional Preferences in Patients Recovering From an Acute Ischemic Coronary Event
  315. Presentation, delay, and contraindication to thrombolytic treatment in females and males with myocardial infarction
  316. Presentation, delay, and contraindication to thrombolytic treatment in females and males with myocardial infarction
  317. The effect of postpartum depression on child cognitive development and behavior: A review and critical analysis of the literature
  318. The Elusive Nature of Self-Measurement: The Self-Construal Scale Versus the Twenty Statements Test
  319. Cardiovascular Disease
  320. A Review of Aboriginal Women’s Physical and Mental Health Status in Ontario
  321. Depression
  322. Cardiovascular disease
  323. Randomized Prospective Evaluation of Nutrition Education for Portuguese Diabetes Patients
  324. Randomized Prospective Evaluation of Nutrition Education for Portuguese Diabetes Patients
  325. Time Perspective and Health-Promoting Behavior in Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients
  326. Time Perspective and Health Promoting Behavior in a Cardiac Rehabilitation Population
  327. Time Perspective and Health-Promoting Behavior in a Cardiac Rehabilitation Population
  328. Cardiac rehabilitation I
  329. Cardiac rehabilitation II
  331. Multiple Role Strain, and Health Risk Behaviors in Ontario Healthcare Workers