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Heart, Lung and Circulation

Corrigendum to ‘411. Outcomes of SWSLHD Nurse Led Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs: Uptake and Completion Rates for 2019’ [Heart, Lung and Circulation, Volume 30 Supplement 3 (2021) Page S281]

Published:January 25, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hlc.2021.12.008
      We regret that the presenting author was inadvertently listed as first author. Please see the updated author list, ordered by author contribution/convention:
      J. Harveya, N. Campbellb, L. Gardinerc, K. Espinod, D. Jacobsb,e∗, H. Ha Nguyete, M. Baker-Jonesc, A. Hattona, S. Irwine
      aFairfield Hospital, Prairiewood, NSW, Australia
      bBowral and District Hospital, Bowral, NSW, Australia
      cCampbelltown and Camden Hospital, Campbelltown, NSW, Australia
      dLiverpool Hospital, Liverpool, NSW, Australia
      eBankstown Hospital, Bankstown, NSW, Australia
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      • Outcomes of SWSLHD Nurse Led Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs: Uptake and Completion Rates for 2019
        Heart, Lung and CirculationVol. 30
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          Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the Australian population. Evidence recommends that all appropriate cardiac patients are referred to Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) Services. The NHMRC and HFA state that CR can reduce readmission by 56% and death by 30% within the first year following a cardiac event. ACRA (2014) recommend that CR services collect and report on clinical data and key performance indicators for quality improvement and benchmarking.
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