In this video, Dr Harald Thune Jorstad (Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, NL) discusses the findings of RESPONSE-2, a randomised trial aiming to investigate the long-term outcomes of community-based lifestyle interventions in coronary artery disease (CAD) patients.
The study showed that at 3 years follow-up, the benefits of 1 year of nurse-coordinated referral to community-based lifestyle programmes were lost.
What is the aim behind this study?
What are your key findings?
How should your findings influence practice?
What are the take-home messages?
Recorded remotely from Amsterdam, 2021.
Interviewer: Jordan Rance
Editor: Mirjam Boros