WELCOME TO THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PREVENTION AND REHABILITATION (ICCPR)
We are pleased to welcome you to our website dedicated to the international promotion of cardiovascular disease prevention and rehabilitation. It is the intent of this website to provide a global platform for various international agencies dedicated to cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment. On behalf of the International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (ICCPR) we look forward to providing unparalleled access to leading organizations and related resources for cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment.
The ICCPR will consider the posting of promotions for education or research services or positions, respectively, if they can prove to be directly related to the aims outlined in the ICCPR Charter. Please click here to download our policy on the subject.
ICCPR is an Associate International Member of the World Heart Federation.
ICCPR is incorporated under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act.
ICCPR free, brief evidence-based online course for referral sources on how to promote CR to patients is now available in 5 languages
ICCPR convened a multidisciplinary, global panel of experts to develop a policy statement on promoting CR use in patients (enrolment, adherence and completion). We have also developed an accompanying online course, training inpatient cardiac healthcare providers on how to encourage their patients to utilize CR at the bedside. The course is available in English, Portuguese, Spanish, French and Simplified Chinese. Click here for more information and to access the course.
ICCPR has a YouTube Channel
ICCPR is now a member of CPD UK (Continuing Professional Development United Kingdom).
ICCPR Webinar on Cardiac Rehabilitation and COVID-19.
ICCPR is now part of the EAPC Global Network.
eLetter: “Cardiac Rehabilitation Effectiveness? A commentary from the International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation” .
ICCPR launches ICCPR Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Foundations Certification (ICCPR CRFC) .
ICCPR publishes a paper on Advocacy for outpatient cardiac rehabilitation globally.
ICCPR publishes guidelines for cardiac rehabilitation in low resource settings.
The 2016 WHO Prize for Control of Cancer awarded to Dr Nizal Sarrafzadegan.