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When Can You Trust The Experts? Evaluating Nutritional Information
July 26, 2020
When it comes to nutrition, there are a million different recommendations, fads, trends and opinions. But how do you know what's based on evidence? And how do health practitioners differentiate between fact and fiction?
Behavioral Perspective
Behavioral Perspective
New Wellness Group Can Address Daily Habits
Megan McMurray, PhD
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What's Coming Up in JCRP?
What's Coming Up in JCRP? March 2020 Issue
Lenny Kaminsky, PhD, JCRP Editor-in-Chief
Cardiac POV
Cardiac Point of View
New Tool Could Help with COPD Patient Experience Evaluation
Gerene Bauldoff, PhD, RN, MAACVPR
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Professional Certification
Professional Certification Commission (PCC) 2019 Year in Review
Heather Rich, MPA
Affiliates
Voices
Letter from the President: Let's Make 2020 Another Great Year for AACVPR
Ana Mola, PhD, RN, ANP-C, MAACVPR

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Argument for Early Post-COPD Exacerbation PR: Lower 1-year Mortality
May 22, 2020 | The impact of post-COPD exacerbation pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) has stimulated interest as the effectiveness of PR related to outcomes has moved to the forefront. In a recent article published in JAMA, Dr. Peter Lindenauer and colleagues report the findings of a retrospective cohort study using claims data from fee-for-service Medicare beneficiaries hospitalized in 2014

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Transitioning to a Remote CR During COVID-19

April 28 | COVID-19 has forced many cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation services to shut their doors. But for the CR team at Atrium Health in North Carolina, it’s allowed them to pivot their model of care.
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Letter to the Editor: Let AACVPR Be Your Resource
April 24, 2020 | Now is the time for us to work together. In light of COVID-19, News & Views Editor Gayla Oakley, RN, CCRP, MAACVPR, writes that AACVPR is here to be a resource while we weather this unprecedented storm.