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The development of a nurse-led angina management programme

Williams, Anne; Burke, Diane; Lockyer, Lesley


Anne Williams

Diane Burke

Lesley Lockyer


The anxiety caused by living with angina can be very debilitating and affects patients' quality of life. In one trust an angina management programme was set up to provide educational and psychosocial support, with an emphasis on cardiac risk factor modification. Regular monitoring of patients at nurse-led clinics and multidisciplinary teamwork were important elements.


Williams, A., Burke, D., & Lockyer, L. (2002). The development of a nurse-led angina management programme. Professional Nurse -London-, 18(2), 86-90

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Oct 1, 2002
Journal Professional Nurse
Print ISSN 0266-8130
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
Volume 18
Issue 2
Pages 86-90
Keywords cardiac rehabilitation, angina, cardiac risk factors, coronary heart disease, audit, pilot project, secondary prevention, quality of life, stable angina
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