Beyond the Beach

Swimming Onto Your Screens October 10

Keep the good times rolling with our Beyond the Beach offering. Annual Meeting attendees will have the opportunity to experience the Annual Meeting all over again, or catch up on the sessions they missed, through January 31, 2023. If you can't join us in West Plam Beach, registration for just Beyond the Beach is available.

What's Included?

  • Online session recordings available online via Pathable 
  • Two international sessions that are exclusive to Beyond the Beach registrants
  • An online messaging tool that can be used to connect directly with exhibitors from the Annual Meeting

Exclusive Sessions

D101:  Cardiac Rehabilitation Quality Indicators: Balancing the Ideal and the Possible Internationally

Track: Cardiovascular Rehabilitation & Clinical Cardiology

This session will provide information on the selection and evaluation of quality indicators for cardiac rehabilitation programs. Presenters will outline the quality indicators being used in their nation/jurisdiction, how they weighed up the selection of the indicators and how these indicators are performing.

Speaker(s):Susan Dawkes, Robyn Gallagher and Ann-Dorthe Zwisler

CE Credit(s): 1.00

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the purpose of quality indicators in cardiac rehabilitation.
  • Describe the criteria for quality indicators.
  • Outline the process for selection of quality indicators including accuracy, utility, feasibility and the potential use of electronic platforms in different contexts.

D102: Cardiac Rehabilitation Registries Across the Globe

Track: Cardiovascular Rehabilitation & Clinical Cardiology

In this session the role of cardiac rehabilitation registers in developing knowledge of cardiac rehabilitation practices and models of delivery in individual nations and internationally will be discussed from the perspective of reach, quality, benchmarking and leveraging local and jurisdictional support. Presenters will provide insight into how the registry was established, currently operates and issues faced.

Speaker(s): Maria Back, Sherry Grace and Farzana Hashmi

CE Credit(s): 1.00

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the function of a cardiac rehabilitation registry.
  • Outline how to initiate and maintain a cardiac rehabilitation registry.
  • Suggest methods to overcome barriers to participating in a cardiac rehabilitation registry.


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