British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation (BACPR)
Promoting Excellence In Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Rehabilitation
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As an affiliated group of the British Cardiovascular Society, the BACPR was first established as the British Association for Cardiac Rehabilitation (BACR) in 1993 as a multi-disciplinary body to represent and serve the interests of all professionals engaged in cardiac rehabilitation. To date it continues in this light with its membership consisting of an array of disciplines involved in cardiovascular health, including: nurses, physiotherapists, cardiologists, GPs, dieticians, occupational therapists, psychologists, exercise physiologists and exercise professionals.
The BACPR is governed by a council elected from the membership, which is representative of the professions noted above and drawn from the four nations of the UK. It operates as a Charity (registered number 1135639) limited by guarantee and hence its Constitution is in keeping with the Charities Act and rules of business in accordance with Companies house.
To provide, develop and improve core standards to ensure the safe and effective delivery of cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation practice and programmes throughout the UK.
For general and membership queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7380 1919.
For education and training queries, please email email@example.com or telephone 01252 854 510.
For further information please visit the BACPR at www.bacpr.com. Here you will find further information concerning BACPR, its membership, education programmes and conferences, together with other resources and news relevant to cardiac rehabilitation practice.
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