TAVIE en marche
Support to increase walking after an acute coronary syndrome
Conceptors: Kayser, J., Cossette, S., Côté, J.
Collaborators: Bourbonnais, A., Purden, M., Rouleau, G., Auger, P.
The tailored intervention was developped by John Kayser, Ph.D. candidate directed by Sylvie Cossette and co-directed by José Côté, with the support of the Research Chair team.
A multicenter randomized controlled trial was conducted in 2015-2017.
- Kayser, J. W., Cossette, S., Côté, J., Bourbonnais, A., Purden, M., Juneau, M., ... & Tremblay, J. F. (2017). Evaluation of a Web-Based Tailored Nursing Intervention (TAVIE en m@rche) Aimed at Increasing Walking After an Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols, 6(4), e64.
Kayser, J. W., Cossette, S., Côté, J., Tanguay, J. F., Tremblay, J. F., Diodati, J. G., ... & Dupuis, J. (2019). A web‐based tailored nursing intervention (TAVIE en m@ rche) aimed at increasing walking after an acute coronary syndrome: Multicentre randomized trial. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 75(11), 2727-2741.
- Montreal Heart Institute (MHI)
- Quebec Nursing Intervention Research Network (RRISIQ)
- Research Chair in Innovative Nursing Practices.