Publications

AACVPR has three published books available for purchase through our publisher, Human Kinetics. They can be purchased by clicking the links below or by calling 1 (800) 747-4457.


AACVPR is proud to produce two industry publications for professionals in cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation:

News & Views

News & Views is an electronic bi-monthly e-magazine distributed to more than 3,000 AACVPR members. Each issue includes scientific and clinical content, reimbursement updates, research updates, Affiliate Society news, upcoming event reminders, and a leadership message highlighting current issues in cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation. Click here for more information!

Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention (JCRP) 

The Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention (JCRP), the official journal of the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation and the Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation, is the only professional journal for the entire cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation team. Dedicated to the improvement of multidisciplinary clinical practice, JCRP provides high quality, current information to practitioners in the field. Original, peer-reviewed manuscripts cover all aspects of cardiac, peripheral vascular, and pulmonary rehabilitation. Click here for more information!

New Position Statement Available:

We are pleased to announce the publication of “Progression of Exercise Training in Early Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation: AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR AND PULMONARY REHABILITATION” in the Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention in Volume 38 Issue 3. The statement was authored by Ray W. Squires, PhD, Leonard A. Kaminksy, PhD, John P. Porcari, PhD, Jeanne E. Ruff, MS, Patrick D. Savage, MS, and Mark A. Williams, PhD

This Position Statement provides concise, clinically relevant recommendations for the gradual progression of the exercise training dose during early outpatient cardiac rehabilitation. The recommendations are appropriate for essentially all patients who do not have contraindications to exercise training. 

To view the full position statement, please visit the JCRP website today. The statement is currently available free of charge, and all JCRP articles are available to AACVPR members through the AACVPR website here (login required).

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