Cesar network is very proud to announce that the Florence Nightingale Lecture in Nurse-Led Research at ESC Congress 2020 was given by Tiny Jaarsma. The presentation “Modern technology to improve patient care” can be found at the ESC website.
A new manuscript; “Changes in Appetite During the Heart Failure Trajectory and Association With Fatigue, Depressive Symptoms, and Quality of Life” was recently published by Christina Andreae, Martje van der Wal, Dirk van Veldhuisen, Bei Yang, Anna Strömberg and Tiny Jaarsma. Congratulations from the Cesar team!
Also an editorial in European Journal of Cardiovaskular nursing called “Let the games begin: Serious games in prevention and rehabilitation to improve outcomes in patients with cardiovascular disease” was posted by Brynja Ingadottir, Tiny Jaarsma, Leonie Klompstra, Jan Aidemark, Linda Askenäs, Yotam Bahat, Oran Ben Gal, Aseel Berglund, Erik Berglund, Christoph Höchsmann, Meir Plotnik, Jaap CA Trappenburg, Arno Schmidt-Trucksäss and Anna Strömberg.
Leonie gave a presentation in the sessions “Improving Care for the Most Vulnerable Groups of Cardiovascular Patients” at ESC Congress 2020 – the Digital Experience on. The title of the presentation was; Exercise motivation in patients with heart failure.
Co-authors were Tiny Jaarsma, Anna Strömberg & Martje van der Wal. Analyses on the baseline data in the HF-Wii study with the purpose to describe motivations of HF patients to exercise and describe variables that are related to their exercise motivation.
For receiving the Astrid Janzon grant, very well deserved!