This interactive and informative day will share how different exercise programmes have been developed and implemented, evaluated and sustained. By sharing evidence based understanding, you will leave equipped with the tools and techniques to apply effective exercise programmes for cardiac rehabilitation, heart failure, PAD patients, cancer treatment and cancer rehabilitation.
Many attendees to this event completed an evaluation form, and we are pleased to share with you some of the comments made about this day:
Very well run, speakers were excellent, they really tried hard to fit their presentations around our services needsMiddleborough Council
Good to have a discussion that can be suited to needs, Would have been nice to see a few more people on the programme to share thoughtsKent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust
Both Speakers excellent. Good to be able to talk informally around the subject area and to speak with other exercise specialistsKent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust
The documentation from Implementing Effective Exercise Programmes which took place on 21 April 2016 in Leeds, includes the following presentations:
- Developing and delivering functional assessments - •Which functional assessments to do and why? Pros and cons on a few! (compare and contrast) •What information is necessary prior to functional assessments • What to do with the information collected •Using the multidisciplinary team and obtaining the correct skill mix and competency base
- Strength and balance: effective cardiac rehabilitation exercises - •Enabling a low impact and therapy led programme •Educational components ‘not all patients are suitable for exercise •Roles and responsibilities: cardiac rehabilitation working with MDT
- Building a high intensity resistance training programme - •Risk analysis and factors for consideration in cardiac rehab •Measuring the results: effects of high intensity strength training on quality of life
- Exercise programming in heart failure - •Exercise and heart failure as a concept, pitfalls and problems •Delivering a heart failure exercise programme •Complex devices (CRT-P and CRT-D) and exercise Case studies, what to look out for and how to effectively prescribe exercise
- Building a therapeutic management plan for peripheral arterial disease patients - •Diagnosing PAD – tests, symptoms and medication •Developing exercise training programme for PAD •Running a CR programme for PAD •Putting exercise in the picture with medication and intensive lifestyle measures •Management of patients with PAD: measuring the impact on vascular risk and disease progression
- Development, evaluation and sustainability of a cancer rehabilitation programme - •Exercise and cancer, what to do and what to consider •Overview of cancer – physiology and treatments •Feasibility and format of the programme • Practical examples of exercise and class formats for people with cancer
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