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University of Western Australia Club Hackett Entrance #1, Hackett Drive, Crawley, WA

The Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association is the peak body which provides support and advocacy for multidisciplinary health professionals to deliver evidence-based best practice across the continuum of cardiovascular care. We aim to empower health professionals to achieve optimal and equitable outcomes for all affected by cardiovascular disease. Our 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting will…

SOLVE-CHD ECR Workshop: Preparing for a Successful Fellowship Application

Zoom Videoconference

Free workshop run by consultant Tim Haydon Are you an early-career researcher aspiring to submit a competitive fellowship application in the near future? Join SOLVE-CHD for a workshop led by renowned research consultant Tim Haydon, where you'll learn invaluable strategies to plan your career effectively towards a successful fellowship application. Gain insights into reverse engineering…


ACRA NSW/ACT Annual Symposium

Kirribilli Club 11 Harbourview Cres, Lavender Bay, NSW

The 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) theme, The Heart of Translation, will focus on the translation of evidence into clinical care and access to best-practice cardiovascular healthcare. An exciting program of keynote presentations, interactive workshops, abstracts and poster sessions will support the exchange of ideas, challenges and latest developments in the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease.

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A Clinical Guide for Assessment and Prescription of Exercise and Physical Activity in Cardiac Rehabilitation Webinar


ACRA Members are invited to register for ESSA's webinar, A Clinical Guide for Assessment and Prescription of Exercise and Physical Activity in Cardiac Rehabilitation Webinar, focused on a position statement which was developed with ACRA contributors. In collaborative effort, ESSA have offered members of ACRA, free access to this webinar. This webinar is for all clinicians who…


Sleep and Cardiovascular Disease – Webinar


Rural Health West in conjunction with Heart Foundation, WA Rheumatic Heart Disease Register and the Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association invite you to this interactive webinar to assist health professionals working in rural areas. Hosted by: Helen McLean - Past President ACRA-WA, National Program Coordinator (Heart Support Australia) Presented by: Tracy Swanson – Cardiac…

Bottlenecks in supporting cardiac recovery: Addressing Cardiac Rehabilitation waitlists


ACRA members Roschelle Brown, Linda Macaulay and Susie Cartledge will be featured in this clinical conversation. Join us to hear from our expert panel discussing the potential bottlenecks in commencement of cardiac rehabilitation after a cardiac event and what processes can be introduced to improve delays so those in need can receive timely access to…


From Hospital to Home: Empowering Recovery Through Cardiac Rehabilitation

William Angliss Conference Centre 555 La Trobe St, Melbourne, VIC

ACRA Vic/Tas Workshop  This afternoon workshop is designed for both acute and outpatient cardiac nurses and will dive deep into the link between Phase I (inpatient) cardiac rehabilitation and Phase II (outpatient) cardiac rehab; Patient education, including how to provide education in busy inpatient clinical environments, consideration of health literacy, use of the Teach Back…



Angliss Restaurant 550 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne, VIC

Guest Speaker: Prof Andrea Driscoll. Come and network with your colleagues and enjoy a delicious three course dinner! Prof Driscoll will talk to us about all things data, advocacy, cost effectiveness and how to use this information to prepare a business case to improve the care delivered to cardiac patients.    Consider coming to the workshop…


The psychosocial impacts of SCAD and implications for working in cardiac rehabilitation


Details: Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) is an increasingly recognised form of acute myocardial infarction (AMI) that occurs due to coronary artery occlusion as a result of intramural hematoma. SCAD-induced AMI differs from traditional AMI in that it occurs in younger people without atherosclerosis, most commonly women. Given its unexpected occurrence, SCAD is a particularly…


Vaping! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing


Please join us for an informative webinar on the health effects of Vaping with guest speakers from the South East Public Health Unit in Melbourne, Victoria. Speakers include: Alyce Jenkins - Alyce is the Vaping Prevention Partnerships Lead at Monash Health’s South East Public Health Unit (SEPHU) with a background in speech pathology and health…