Workshop 1

Exercise testing and prescription for heart failure patients
The workshop will cover clinical applications of cardiopulmonary exercise testing in heart failure, including methods, implications for risk stratification, exercise prescription, and cardiac rehabilitation.

Chair: Jonathan Rawstorn
Facilitator: Prof Jonathan Myers VA Palo Alto Health Care, Stanford University, USA

Room: Premier Room

Workshop 2

Exploring pertinent issues affecting health of CALD community in Australia
This workshop will provide practical advice for working with people from CALD backgrounds, including a focus on health literacy considerations and shared decision making.

Chair: Ling Zhang
Facilitators: Dr Danielle Muscat, Public Health, University of Sydney & Ms Ling Zhang, School of Nursing, University of Sydney

Room: Kirribilli Room

Workshop 3

Championing cardiac rehabilitation: referrals, attendance and measurement
This workshop will provide an overview about the Heart Foundation’s advocacy to increase cardiac rehabilitation referral & attendance and showcase initiatives and the stakeholders we’re working with to develop quality indicators to measure cardiac rehabilitation uptake & effectiveness. It will seek input and expertise from attendees on the opportunities and challenges of collecting cardiac rehabilitation data.

Chairs/Facilitators:
Rachelle Foreman, Director Support & Care Heart Foundation
Alexander Clarke, Manager Advocacy Strategy Heart Foundation
Cate Ferry, Manager NSW Clinical Programs Heart Foundation
Robert Zecchin, NUM- Area Cardiac Rehabilitation Western Sydney Local Health District

Sponsored by the Heart Foundation

Room: Ballroom

Event Timeslots (1)

Day 3: Wednesday, 7th August 2019
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Choice of 3 workshops: (1) Exercise testing and prescription for heart failure patients (2) Exploring pertinent issues affecting health of CALD community in Australia (3) Championing cardiac rehabilitation: referrals, attendance and measurement
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