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Exercise for people with heart failure. Presented by Prof Andrew Maiorana AEP

Physiology and practical prescription of exercise in the management of patients with heart failure

Exercise training should be standard practice for people with heart failure. Inclusivity and engagement can be prioritised, allowing the vast majority of individuals to undertake exercise that has been tailored to their clinical condition.

Learn about:

  • The muscle hypothesis of heart failure
  • Evidence to support safe exercise participation
  • Red flags for during exercise session assessment

This professional development covers:

  • The physiology of exercise for heart failure
  • Exercise training in patients with heart failure – what’s the evidence?
  • Practical application of exercise training

Professor Andrew Maiorana is the Head of Department of Exercise Physiology at Fiona Stanley Hospital, Perth, where he manages multidisciplinary cardiac rehab and heart failure services. He also holds the position of Research Professor with the Curtin School of Allied Health, at Curtin University.  Andrew’s research themes include optimising exercise testing and training in cardiovascular disease, and evaluating new approaches to service delivery to improve health outcomes. He has a keen interest in the potential of digital health, and a passion for improving cardiovascular health in people from disadvantaged populations through accessible and culturally appropriate models of care. 

The ESSA Professional Development Committee certifies that this Professional Development offering meets the criteria for 1 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points. Stream now