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BASES Workshop – Exploring Methods to Improve Exercise Fidelity for Cardiac Rehabilitation Programmes

April 24 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm UTC+0

BASES the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences

About

This workshop aims to provide practitioners, students or anyone involved with the delivery or learning of exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation with ideas on how they can 1. Look to improve monitoring procedures used during exercise 2. Explore different ways to set up the exercise classes and 3. Evaluate current practice and what can be done to help programme teams who are not able to provide a full dose of exercise sessions.
It will explore: current exercise guidelines, problems around prescribing those exercise guidelines and solutions to help patients meet the desired exercise targets. This workshop will be interactive with those attending expected to participate in brainstorming and the sharing of ideas.
Presenters: Dr Chelsea Batty is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Sport, Health and Exercise Physiology and BASES accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist (Physiology-Support). She completed her PhD in 2021 looking at exercise fidelity in cardiac rehabilitation. She has worked alongside various cardiac rehabilitation teams over the past 8 years and has published work around various aspects of cardiac rehabilitation. She currently works with the North Wales cardiac rehabilitation east team based in Wrexham and Flintshire.
Laura Cartwright is an Exercise Physiologist who works for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Cardiac Rehabilitation East Service. Laura has worked in the fitness industry as an exercise instructor for 20 years. She graduated from Chester university in 2012 with a sport and exercise science degree and completed her MSc in sport and exercise physiology in 2014 also at Chester university. She has worked as an exercise physiologist in the NHS for 4 years within cardiac rehabilitation across North East Wales. She has published articles in BHF magazine and abstracts in heart in the field of exercise based cardiac rehabilitation.
Louise Rimell is an Exercise Physiologist who works for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Cardiac Rehabilitation East Service. Louise gained her BACPR instructor qualification in 2003 and the GP referral qualification in 2004. She went on to lead cardiac rehabilitation exercise classes in the community and in 2006,  after completing her BSc in PE/Sport Science, secured a support role in the Chester Cardiac Rehabilitation department. After a couple of years of working in a support role, Louise went on to become an Exercise Physiologist with the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Cardiac Rehabilitation East Service whilst also completing her MSc in Cardiac Rehabilitation at the University of Chester.
*Please note,

Workshops require a minimum number of delegates to run. If a workshop is cancelled, this will be done no later than 14 days prior to the workshop date and a full refund will be given for the workshop purchase. In this circumstance BASES is unable to reimburse delegates for any accommodation, transport or other expenses incurred.

Agenda

Workshop Programme Outline
09.30 -10.00
Arrival and refreshments
10:00-10:15
Welcome, introductions and health and safety brief
Presenter: Dr Sarah Dubberley
10:15-11:00
Session Title: Exercise fidelity, what are the issues UK programmes are facing?
Presenter: Dr Chelsea Batty
11:00-11:45
Session Title: Inclusion of remote delivery of exercise to fulfil session frequency: Pros vs Cons
Presenters: Laura Cartwright and Louise Rimell
11:45-12:30
Session Title: Practical changes to monitor exercise fidelity and improve programme fidelity
12:30-13:00
Presenter: Dr Chelsea Batty, Laura Cartwright and Louise Rimell
Break with refreshments and snacks
13:00-13:15
Workshop evaluation and certificate distribution

Venue

Wrexham University, Plas Coch Campus, Mold Road

Map and directions/ joining instructions or required systems for attending the event online (if virtual):
Please report to main reception upon arrival:
On arrival: Please report to main reception on arrival. Car parking is free.
Local accommodation: Premier Inn hotel, situated a 5 minute walk from Plas Coch campus. Link here: https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/wales/clwyd/wrexham/wrexham-town-centre.html 

Venue

Wrexham University
Plas Coch Campus, Mold Road,
Wrexham, United Kingdom
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