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  • Multi-disciplinary association of professionals

    Dedicated to the rehabilitation of individuals with cardiac disease and the prevention of cardiac disease.

  • Quote of the month

    "Hearts will never be practical until they are made unbreakable." ---The Wizard of Oz in Wizard of Oz (1939)

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    CACR 2016 Annual Meeting and Symposium on October 21, 2016. Part of the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress, October 21-23.

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Canadian Women's Heart Health Summit 2016



2016 CANADIAN WOMEN'S HEART HEALTH ADVOCACY AWARD
Call for Nominations - NOW OPEN!

Recognizing visionary contributions as an advocate for the heart health of women in Canada, through mobilizing others to increase awareness and take action to reduce women's risk of heart disease. 

Do you know someone who is a passionate advocate for women and heart disease? The University of Ottawa Heart Institute and the Heart and Stroke Foundation are searching for an outstanding women's heart health advocate to recognize and honour during the closing ceremonies at the Canadian Women's Heart Health Summit on Friday April 15, 2016.

The 2016 Canadian Women's Heart Health Advocacy Award recognizes the contributions of an individual or group working to improve the heart health of women through advocacy, awareness, and support. It will recognize outstanding commitment in mobilizing women and health professionals to take heart health seriously and to take action to reduce women's risk of heart disease.

Nomination deadline is March 25, 2016. Visit the Awards section for more details.

SUBMIT A NOMINATION

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Canadian Guidelines for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

The 3rd Edition of the Canadian Guidelines for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention:Translating Knowledge into Action has been released. A comprehensive, evidence-based resource for cardiovascular chronic disease care written for clinical, program, educational and research settings.

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