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The Texas Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation is a non-profit peer organization to help Texas professionals in cardiac, pulmonary, and vascular rehabilitation, physical medicine and health/wellness. Since 1991, each April the TACVPR holds its annual Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehab Conference.

TACVPR's Mission

To support, communicate and provide education for Texas & regional professionals involved in cardiovascular and pulmonary health and disease management.

TACVPR's Strategic Plan

Each year the Board of Directors reviews the results of the TACVPR Road Map, as well as, plans for the future. When reviewing this document take note of each 'pillar' the 'goal' directly below and then the bulleted information includes accomplishments and future plans. If you have feedback regarding success or recommendations for improvement for our plan we encourage you to contact us at Communications.

Newsletter Articles

TACVPR is looking for abstracts and articles to submit for our upcoming newsletters. If you have an article, research, or would like to share any helpful tips or advice with our state members, please email our Communication Chair.

Conference Information

Please view the Conference Information page for more information.
If you have an interest in being a sponsor/exhibitor please contact our Sponsor and Exhibitor Chair, Jennifer Scott.

Membership Renewal

If you have any membership questions or changes, please contact our Membership Chair, Tiffany Shock.

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Events

News & Views

  • By Anna Horner | News & Views Integrating mental performance strategies into cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation (CR/PR) programs may enhance care and improve patient outcomes while ...
  • Strategies for a Successful DOTH

    By Anna Horner | News & Views Attending AACVPR’s annual Day on the Hill (DOTH) is something that requires not only the budget and time for travel but also a substantial amount of upfront ...
  • The Heart-Mind Connection

    By Joseph C. Piscatella | Author of Strong Heart, Sharp Mind I have been a heart patient since 1977 when, at the tender age 32, I underwent coronary bypass surgery. That was how I learned ...

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