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  • CRNO.ca - Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario
    of excellence and acts as a resource to the Provincial Government professionals organizations and the general public of Ontario It is an advocate for the patient through the advancement of health care services in Ontario to include the development of a publicly funded network of multifactoral Cardiac Rehabilitative Services integrated within the network of cardiac care services for the province of Ontario New Professional Resource Canadian Guidelines for Cardiac Rehabilitation

    Original URL path: http://www.crno.ca/ (2015-04-05)
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  • CRNO.ca - Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario
    Date October 25 2014 at 7 30 am Fee 0 00 Description As part of the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress October 25 26 2014 More details Return to previous page home privacy policy contact Copyright 2015 Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario

    Original URL path: http://www.CRNO.ca/web/forms/Events/viewEvents.php?EventID=9 (2015-04-05)
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  • CRNO.ca - Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario
    you have specific health related questions please call your physician or other health care provider If you have a health problem or think you may please consult your own physician Do not depend on the information presented on this site as each individual case is different Except for information products or services clearly identified as being supplied by CRNO CRNO does not operate control or endorse in any way information products or services on the Internet In accessing this web site and the Internet generally you assume all responsibility and risk for use While CRNO takes reasonable measures to protect its web site CRNO cannot guarantee that files available for downloading will be free of contaminating or destructive properties Users are responsible to implement sufficient procedures to protect themselves and their own computer systems Links to other web sites are provided as a service to you However you must understand that other sites are neither managed nor controlled by CRNO While CRNO makes reasonable efforts to include other sites that provide relevant information neither CRNO nor its employees agents or contractors review control or take responsibility for the content of these sites This web site is provided without warranties of any kind express or implied including but not limited to those of title merchantability fitness for a particular purpose or non infringement or any warranty arising from a course of dealing usage or trade practice CRNO will not be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken by you or anyone else in reliance upon the information provided On line Conduct You agree not to use this service for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by this agreement We reserve the right to deny access to any part of this service at our sole

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  • CRNO.ca - Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario
    Fair Chair Southlake Regional Health Centre 905 895 4521 Ext 2805 Dr Dennis Humen Director London Health Sciences Centre 519 663 3505 Michelle Johnson Director Trillium Health Centre 416 259 7580 Ext 5431 Andrew Lotto Treasurer Registrar Southlake Regional Health Centre 905 895 4521 Ext 6896 Judy Murray Director York Central Hospital 905 883 1212 Ext 3883 Dr Paul Oh Director Toronto Rehab 416 597 3422 Ext 5263 Dr Peter

    Original URL path: http://www.CRNO.ca/web/html/contactUs.php (2015-04-05)
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  • CRNO.ca - Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario
    care services for the province of Ontario Objectives To advance the mission of the CACR in the province of Ontario To work with the Ministry of Health to develop a publicly funded not for profit patient centred network of Cardiac Rehabilitation Services for the province based upon outcome research and regional needs To establish and promote standards and guidelines for the practice of Cardiac Rehabilitation Services in Ontario To promote the regulation of services and practice standards for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Disease Prevention Services and its providers in Ontario To promote the implementation of a standardized and networked information system for Cardiac Rehabilitation in Ontario To provide an expert advisory body to assist with resource assessment planning and implementation for publicly funded Cardiac Rehabilitation in Ontario To provide a forum for the exchange of information related to Cardiac Rehabilitation within Ontario and Canada To promote a better understanding of Cardiac Rehabilitation among other professional bodies organizations government agencies and the public Cardiac Rehabilitation Pilot Project The 21 month Ontario Cardiac Rehabilitation Pilot Project launched by the Ministry of Health in February 2001 has concluded that the expansion of cardiac rehabilitation services across the province can save lives and reduce costs

    Original URL path: http://www.CRNO.ca/web/html/about.php (2015-04-05)
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  • CRNO.ca - Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario
    Centre Janet Amoako Brantford Brant Community Health Care System Brantford Jill Berridge Breslau Ontario Aerobics Centre John P Schaman Etobicoke Trillium Health Partners Queensway Health Centre Michelle Johnson Goderich Healthy Hearts Cardiac Rehabilitation Program Eleanor Brewster Hamilton Hamilton Health Sciences Lori MacCullouch Hamilton McMaster University Karen Winegard Ingersoll Alexandra Hospital Judy Winter Kingston Providence Continuing Care Center Rosemary Brander Kirkland Lake Kirkland and District Hospital Lisa Renaud Kitchener Grand River

    Original URL path: http://www.CRNO.ca/web/forms/centres/registry.php (2015-04-05)
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  • CRNO.ca - Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario
    for the implementation of the pilot project report recommendations Benefits of Cardiac Rehab Ottawa 2013 Coohta brief 2003 Risk Factor Targets Press Release Conference Board of Canada International Charter on Cardiovascular Prevention Rehabilitation Ontario Cardiac Rehabilitation Pilot Project Final Report Sample advocacy letter to physicians and stakeholders Template advocacy letter from cardiac patient to MPP If you have any questions regarding the plan please contact us home privacy policy contact

    Original URL path: http://www.CRNO.ca/web/html/advocacy.php (2015-04-05)
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  • CRNO.ca - Cardiac Rehabilitation Network of Ontario
    the standard of propriety by which you conduct your relationships with colleagues members and allied professions and the public Members should strive to improve their knowledge and skills and be prepared to disseminate their findings to both their colleagues and to the public in a timely fashion Members should maintain high professional and scientific standards and should safeguard the public interest against members who are deficient in ethical conduct or professional competence Maintenance of Good Standing Any student or member required by law to be licensed certified or otherwise regulated by any government agency or professional CRNO in order to practice his her vocation must maintain standing in the agency or CRNO as a condition of continued membership in the CACR and the CRNO Any expulsion suspension probation or other sanction imposed by such government or professional body on any member may be grounds for disciplinary action by the CRNO Membership Information To qualify for membership an individual must be involved in some capacity with an Ontario cardiac rehabilitation program A member is also highly encouraged to be a member of the CACR and support the mission and objectives of this national organization Members will have voting privileges in the

    Original URL path: http://www.CRNO.ca/web/html/membership.php (2015-04-05)
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