Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Strategies to Enhance Participation in a Cardiac Rehabilitation Program (STEP): Barriers to Success

      In 2012-13, less than 30% of women who were referred, participated in CRPs in our large Canadian city. The primary purpose of the STEP Project was to explore and describe the outcomes of a novel, gender-specific program, designed specifically for women who chose not to participate in a traditional CRP. However, numerous barriers were encountered in the recruitment process.
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