Co-President’s Address May 22, 2014. Karen LaFond, MSN, RN Deb Sullivan, MS, APRN-CC. MACVPR MISSION. The mission of the MACVPR is to promote the practice of high standard of care in cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation in Massachusetts. 2014 Executive Committee. Co – Presidents
Karen LaFond, MSN, RN
Deb Sullivan, MS, APRN-CC
The mission of the MACVPR is to promote the practice of high standard of care in cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation in Massachusetts.
If interested, please see us after the meeting
Massachusetts: 6 cardiac programs, 3 pulmonary programs.Rhode Island: no cardiac or pulmonary programsConnecticut: 4 cardiac programs, 0 pulmonary programsNew Hampshire: no cardiac or pulmonary programsMaine: 3 cardiac programs, 2 pulmonary programsNew York: 5 cardiac programs, 0 pulmonary programsNew Jersey: 5 cardiac programs, 1 pulmonary program.Pennsylvania: 12 cardiac programs, 4 pulmonary programs.
Also Co-chair of the J-14 MAC Committee
Earn the only comprehensive professional certification in cardiac rehabilitation: the Certified Cardiac Rehabilitation Professional (CCRP).
Handbook/Review Manual available
Professionals wishing to sit for the CCRP exam must meet the following criteria:
Retain and increase membership to ensure MACVPR remains the preeminent professional organization for Cardiac/ Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Encourage and support increasing the quality of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation in MA through innovative strategies and evidenced-based practice.
Improve the utilization of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation in MA
Goal: provide MACVPR with a combined strong foundation in technology, informatics, social media, research, and best practice to lead us in a rapidly changing health care environment.
Functions to :
Purpose is to provide a forum at the New England Symposium to:
*Complete application, 9 month commitment (school year), certificate awarded at completion
*Please see Melissa if you are interested/application will be available on our website