By Lenny Kaminsky, PhD, JCRP Editor-in-Chief | February 20, 2020
The second issue of the 40th year of JCRP is now available. There is an interesting commentary in this issue that summarizes the role JCRP has played in Pulmonary Rehabilitation over the past 40 years. We also have a Guest Editorial about the World Health Organization’s Rehabilitation 2030 initiative. I am sure you will appreciate this Commentary, the Editorial, the excellent Invited Review on frail older adults participation in Cardiac Rehabilitation programs, as well as the other excellent articles in this issue.
JCRP is pleased to welcome two new members to our Editorial Board, Dr. Jeff Christle and Dr. Cemal Ozemek. Their Bios are available on the JCRP home page in the From the Editor section.
WHAT’S COMING IN JCRP?
February 2020 (Volume 40, No. 2)
To get to the Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention:
The Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention at 40 Years and its role in the Evolution of Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation is a Global Health Priority
Cardiac Rehabilitation in Frail Older Adults with Cardiovascular Disease: A New Diagnostic and Treatment Paradigm
Effect of Initiating Cardiac Rehabilitation after Myocardial Infarction on Subsequent Hospitalization in Older Adults
Aerobic Exercise Effects on Quality of Life and Psychological Distress After an Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD)
Changes in Physical Performance and their Association with Health Related Quality of Life in a Mixed Non-ischemic Cardiac Population
Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing Following Open Repair for a Proximal Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm or Dissection
Survey of Exercise Prescription in US Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs
Characterization of Dyspnea in Veteran Lung Cancer Survivors Following Curative-Intent Therapy
Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillator-Guided 6 Minute Walk Test Performed at Home is Accurate and Reliable: Results of the TRENDS Study
Ventilatory and Near Infrared Spectroscopy Responses Similarly Determine Anaerobic Threshold in Patients with Heart Failure