Submit now Call for Abstracts now open! ACRA 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held on 8 – 10 August 2022 at Sea World Conference Centre, on Queensland’s Gold Coast. It will bring together world leaders in cardiac care, with a focus on “People, Purpose and Opportunity” within cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention.  We encourage…

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The ACRA research and education committee has recently endorsed a research project which is currently seeking volunteers to participate. Endorsement by ACRA demonstrates that the research has undergone review by our members, and aligns with our mission and values. The project is seeking cardiac rehab and heart failure practitioners to participate. Please consider if you…

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The ACRA Annual General Meeting will be held on 21 July at 5pm AEST. AGM Notice AGM Agenda AGM Proxy ACRA Financial Reports for consideration To attend the AGM, click here to register. ACRA members were invited to participate in a national survey to assess the impact of COVID19 on the delivery of cardiac rehabilitation…

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The ACRA research and education committee has recently endorsed 3 research projects which are currently seeking volunteers to participate. Endorsement by ACRA demonstrates that the research has undergone review by our members, and aligns with our mission and values. The projects are seeking both CR patients and CR practitioners to participate. Please consider if you…

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The video section of the ACRA Members Lounge has recently had many new additions from state events including recordings about: selfcare and resilience for health professionals women and heart disease cardio-oncology experiences with telehealth COVID-19 impacts on service delivery These videos range from 20-90 mins and can be watched anytime by ACRA members simply by…

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ACRA is pleased to announce the following program of state-based professional development and educational events taking place between now and June. Some will be livestreamed for national attendance and most will be available for review in the ACRA members lounge after the event.

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The Heart Foundation is urging health services to prioritise the return of face-to-face cardiac rehabilitation programs to ensure heart attack sufferers complete all sessions of the life-saving program. A new Heart Foundation survey found that 73 percent of heart attack survivors who attended a cardiac rehabilitation program in-person in the past six months completed the…

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