Published by: American Heart Association
Product Code: 50-1711
National Health Information Silver Award Winner
The Active Partnership workbook can enhance your cardiac rehab program or can be given to patients unable to attend a formal program. The program offers encouragement, knowledge and resources to help participants communicate with their healthcare team, manage medications, and make lasting lifestyle changes. Topics include risk factor management, understanding CAD, communication skills, taking medication, diet, physical activity, weight loss, stress management, smoking cessation, and dealing with depression. 208 pages.
90-minute DVD brings learning to life with personal stories and solutions. The DVD is divided into segments that correspond with the chapters in the workbook. It includes testimonials and vignettes from heart patients, their family members and healthcare professionals that teach the user how to apply many of the skills discussed in the workbook in their daily lives.
Companion DVD (#50-1710) or workbook (#50-1708) also sold separately.
If you are interested in placing an order, receiving print samples or viewing online e-samples, visit our distributor, Krames. Registration is required to request samples and order online.
“This was hands down the best workbook ever! The cardiac rehab patients I work with have actually utilized this workbook over and over. Even some of my most difficult patients have gone back to the chapters in this workbook over and over.”
Deina Rockhill, RN
Cardiac Rehabilitation Nurse
Greenwood County Hospital
"(Our patients) have found it informative without being too technical. It's been a valuable contribution to our program."
Jan Bennett, RN
PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
“The Active Partnership Workbook and DVD set is a valuable and consistent educational tool for our cardiac and stroke patients. We use the set to educate our patients in the hospital, in cardiac rehab and in the community. It addresses therapeutic lifestyle changes and encourages patients to become their own health advocate. Our patients and families love it and so does our staff.”
Kimberly S. Finney, RN, BSN
Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist
Maui Memorial Medical Center