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Professor Rod S Taylor

Institute of Health and Well Being, Glasgow (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

Rod Taylor, MSc, PhD is Professor of Population Health Research, University of Glasgow. He is Adjunct Professor at University of Southern Denmark. He has published over 450 peer review articles and one of Rod’s main research interests is the development and evaluation of secondary prevention and rehabilitation strategies for heart disease. He is currently co-Chief Investigator (with Prof Chim Lang) for the NIHR funded REACH-HFpEF trial (https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/healthwellbeing/research/mrccsosocialandpublichealthsciencesunit/programmes/complexity/complexinterventions/reach-hfpef/); is the Director for the Cardiac Rehabilitation Cochrane Review Centre (https://www.gla.ac.uk/researchinstitutes/healthwellbeing/research/mrccsosocialandpublichealthsciencesunit/programmes/complexity/crreviews/) and co-lead (with Prof Sally Singh) for the NIHR PERFORM programme developing and evaluating an exercise rehabilitation programme for people with multimorbidity (https://le.ac.uk/perform).

Multimorbidity rehabilitation is a top priority: the PERFORM project

Event: ACNAP Congress 2023

Topic: Risk Factors and Prevention

Session: Top 10 Priorities for research in prevention and rehabilitation


Use of innovative clinical trial designs.

Event: ACNAP-EuroHeartCare 2022

Topic: Association of Cardiovascular Nursing & Allied Professions (ACNAP)

Session: Pre-conference workshop/conference masterclass: novel research methods


Does cardiac rehabilitation work in chronic heart failure patients?

Event: EuroPrevent 2019

Topic: Risk Factors and Prevention

Session: Does cardiac rehabilitation work? What can we learn from recent meta-analyses?


Home-based rehabilitation for heart failure with reduced ejection fraction: randomised controlled trial

Event: Heart Failure 2018

Topic: Cardiovascular Rehabilitation

Session: Clinical Forum - Sat.26 May 08:30 - Tues. 29 May at 12:30


Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation for CAD: an update of the Cochrane review.

Event: EuroPrevent 2017

Topic: Atrial fibrillation (AF)

Session: Rehabilitation works: the need for meta-analysis


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