WREN Cardiac Rehabilitation Resource Use Questionnaires

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    WREN Cardiac Rehabilitation Resource Use Questionnaires
    We are grateful to Ala Szczepura, Professor of Health Technology Assessment at Coventry University, for providing us with the WREN resource use questionnaires. The WREN acronym stands for A Web-Based Cardiac REhabilitatioN Alternative for Those Declining or Dropping Out Of Conventional Rehabilitation. The study (Chief Investigator Professor Sally Singh of University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust) is funded by the NIHR Research for Patient Benefit Programme (RfPB reference: PB-PG-1013-32059).
    Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) is recommended in all national guidelines to be offered to all those who may benefit. However, despite national guidance a significant number of eligible patients do not receive or take up the offer of CR. There is a need to offer alternative formats of CR to accommodate patient choice, patient lifestyle and commitments, and the ability to provide care closer to home.
    The aim of the WREN study is to assess the feasibility of delivering an alternative web-based CR intervention for those who decline or drop out from conventional supervised CR. Eligible patients with heart disease were randomly allocated to either the web-based CR programme or standard care for 6-months. Those randomised to the web group were introduced to the website by a health professional and then worked through the website at home with remote support. Those in the control group received usual care. Data was collected to inform the design of a larger study and included: recruitment rates, exercise capacity, mood, quality of life and resource use. We also carried out interviews with patients and staff. Participants were recruited from two CR centres (University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust). 60 patients took part in the study (age range 37-80 years). 37 were randomised to the web group and 23 to control.
    Original languageEnglish
    TypeDIRUM Database
    PublisherDIRUM (Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement)
    Publication statusPublished - 2018

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    Cardiac Rehabilitation
    Surveys and Questionnaires
    Community Health Services
    Biomedical Technology Assessment
    Rehabilitation Centers
    Aptitude
    Life Style
    Heart Diseases
    Rehabilitation
    Quality of Life
    Research Personnel
    Guidelines
    Interviews
    Exercise
    Control Groups
    Health
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    Szczepura, A. (2018). WREN Cardiac Rehabilitation Resource Use Questionnaires. DIRUM (Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement).

    WREN Cardiac Rehabilitation Resource Use Questionnaires. / Szczepura, Ala.

    DIRUM (Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement). 2018, DIRUM Database.

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    Szczepura, A 2018, WREN Cardiac Rehabilitation Resource Use Questionnaires. DIRUM (Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement).
    Szczepura, Ala. / WREN Cardiac Rehabilitation Resource Use Questionnaires. 2018. DIRUM (Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement).
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