Can level of education, accreditation and use of databases in cardiac rehabilitation be improved? Results from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey

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Can level of education, accreditation and use of databases in cardiac rehabilitation be improved? Results from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey. / Zwisler, Ann-Dorthe; Bjarnason-Wehrens, Birna; McGee, Hannah; Piepoli, Massimo F; Benzer, Werner; Schmid, Jean-Paul; Dendale, Paul; Pogosova, Nana-Goar V; Zdrenghea, Dumitru; Niebauer, Josef; Mendes, Miguel; Doherty, Patrick; Garcia-Porrero, Esteban; Rauch, Bernhard; Gaita, Dan; Cardiac Rehabilitation Section, European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation.

in: European journal of preventive cardiology, Jahrgang 19, Nr. 2, 01.04.2012, S. 143-150.

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Zwisler, A-D, Bjarnason-Wehrens, B, McGee, H, Piepoli, MF, Benzer, W, Schmid, J-P, Dendale, P, Pogosova, N-GV, Zdrenghea, D, Niebauer, J, Mendes, M, Doherty, P, Garcia-Porrero, E, Rauch, B, Gaita, D & Cardiac Rehabilitation Section, European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation 2012, 'Can level of education, accreditation and use of databases in cardiac rehabilitation be improved? Results from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey', European journal of preventive cardiology, Jg. 19, Nr. 2, S. 143-150. https://doi.org/10.1177/1741826711398847

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Zwisler, A-D., Bjarnason-Wehrens, B., McGee, H., Piepoli, M. F., Benzer, W., Schmid, J-P., ... Cardiac Rehabilitation Section, European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (2012). Can level of education, accreditation and use of databases in cardiac rehabilitation be improved? Results from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey. European journal of preventive cardiology, 19(2), 143-150. https://doi.org/10.1177/1741826711398847

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title = "Can level of education, accreditation and use of databases in cardiac rehabilitation be improved?: Results from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey",
abstract = "INTRODUCTION: Professional skills, education and accreditation, along with clinical outcome assessment, are considered important factors to achieve comprehensive delivery and quality of cardiac rehabilitation (CR). This study assessed professional educational programmes, accreditation and use of databases in CR across the European countries.MATERIALS AND METHODS: Questions on professional education, accreditation and clinical databases from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey, which is a postal questionnaire survey, conducted from November 2007 to January 2009 among national CR-related organizations in Europe; 28 countries responded (72{\%}) to this survey.RESULTS: Among the participating countries, 32{\%} had guidelines on professional CR skills, 61{\%} had formal educational programmes and 29{\%} had accreditation systems for professional CR skills. One hundred and seventy-four ad-hoc educational and scientific activities were registered during 2005-2007. Forty-three percent of the countries had established CR programme accreditation systems, primarily aimed at phase 2. One in three (35{\%}) countries had established clinical CR databases with a further 25{\%} planning to do so.CONCLUSION: More than half of the European countries had developed formal CR educational programmes. Furthermore, many ad-hoc CR-related meetings and conference activities take place across Europe. Although only a quarter of countries had developed accreditation systems aimed at professionals, programme accreditation was somewhat more widespread with over a third having programme accreditation systems. Clinical databases were underdeveloped. A greater focus on education, accreditation and database implementation is needed to promote CR availability and the quality of CR services for the benefit of cardiac patients across Europe.",
keywords = "Accreditation, Databases as Topic, Educational Status, Europe, Health Personnel, Heart Diseases, Humans, Program Development, Quality of Health Care, Questionnaires",
author = "Ann-Dorthe Zwisler and Birna Bjarnason-Wehrens and Hannah McGee and Piepoli, {Massimo F} and Werner Benzer and Jean-Paul Schmid and Paul Dendale and Pogosova, {Nana-Goar V} and Dumitru Zdrenghea and Josef Niebauer and Miguel Mendes and Patrick Doherty and Esteban Garcia-Porrero and Bernhard Rauch and Dan Gaita and {Cardiac Rehabilitation Section, European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation}",
year = "2012",
month = "4",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1177/1741826711398847",
language = "English",
volume = "19",
pages = "143--150",
journal = "European journal of preventive cardiology",
issn = "2047-4881",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Can level of education, accreditation and use of databases in cardiac rehabilitation be improved?

T2 - Results from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey

AU - Zwisler, Ann-Dorthe

AU - Bjarnason-Wehrens, Birna

AU - McGee, Hannah

AU - Piepoli, Massimo F

AU - Benzer, Werner

AU - Schmid, Jean-Paul

AU - Dendale, Paul

AU - Pogosova, Nana-Goar V

AU - Zdrenghea, Dumitru

AU - Niebauer, Josef

AU - Mendes, Miguel

AU - Doherty, Patrick

AU - Garcia-Porrero, Esteban

AU - Rauch, Bernhard

AU - Gaita, Dan

AU - Cardiac Rehabilitation Section, European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation

PY - 2012/4/1

Y1 - 2012/4/1

N2 - INTRODUCTION: Professional skills, education and accreditation, along with clinical outcome assessment, are considered important factors to achieve comprehensive delivery and quality of cardiac rehabilitation (CR). This study assessed professional educational programmes, accreditation and use of databases in CR across the European countries.MATERIALS AND METHODS: Questions on professional education, accreditation and clinical databases from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey, which is a postal questionnaire survey, conducted from November 2007 to January 2009 among national CR-related organizations in Europe; 28 countries responded (72%) to this survey.RESULTS: Among the participating countries, 32% had guidelines on professional CR skills, 61% had formal educational programmes and 29% had accreditation systems for professional CR skills. One hundred and seventy-four ad-hoc educational and scientific activities were registered during 2005-2007. Forty-three percent of the countries had established CR programme accreditation systems, primarily aimed at phase 2. One in three (35%) countries had established clinical CR databases with a further 25% planning to do so.CONCLUSION: More than half of the European countries had developed formal CR educational programmes. Furthermore, many ad-hoc CR-related meetings and conference activities take place across Europe. Although only a quarter of countries had developed accreditation systems aimed at professionals, programme accreditation was somewhat more widespread with over a third having programme accreditation systems. Clinical databases were underdeveloped. A greater focus on education, accreditation and database implementation is needed to promote CR availability and the quality of CR services for the benefit of cardiac patients across Europe.

AB - INTRODUCTION: Professional skills, education and accreditation, along with clinical outcome assessment, are considered important factors to achieve comprehensive delivery and quality of cardiac rehabilitation (CR). This study assessed professional educational programmes, accreditation and use of databases in CR across the European countries.MATERIALS AND METHODS: Questions on professional education, accreditation and clinical databases from the European Cardiac Rehabilitation Inventory Survey, which is a postal questionnaire survey, conducted from November 2007 to January 2009 among national CR-related organizations in Europe; 28 countries responded (72%) to this survey.RESULTS: Among the participating countries, 32% had guidelines on professional CR skills, 61% had formal educational programmes and 29% had accreditation systems for professional CR skills. One hundred and seventy-four ad-hoc educational and scientific activities were registered during 2005-2007. Forty-three percent of the countries had established CR programme accreditation systems, primarily aimed at phase 2. One in three (35%) countries had established clinical CR databases with a further 25% planning to do so.CONCLUSION: More than half of the European countries had developed formal CR educational programmes. Furthermore, many ad-hoc CR-related meetings and conference activities take place across Europe. Although only a quarter of countries had developed accreditation systems aimed at professionals, programme accreditation was somewhat more widespread with over a third having programme accreditation systems. Clinical databases were underdeveloped. A greater focus on education, accreditation and database implementation is needed to promote CR availability and the quality of CR services for the benefit of cardiac patients across Europe.

KW - Accreditation

KW - Databases as Topic

KW - Educational Status

KW - Europe

KW - Health Personnel

KW - Heart Diseases

KW - Humans

KW - Program Development

KW - Quality of Health Care

KW - Questionnaires

U2 - 10.1177/1741826711398847

DO - 10.1177/1741826711398847

M3 - Journal articles

VL - 19

SP - 143

EP - 150

JO - European journal of preventive cardiology

JF - European journal of preventive cardiology

SN - 2047-4881

SN - 2047-4873

IS - 2

ER -

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