Cardiovascular interventions for immigrant women : a scoping review
journal contributionposted on 24.05.2021, 20:45 by Suzanne Fredericks, Sepali Guruge
The purpose of this scoping review is to identify cardiovascular interventions that are designed to address the needs of immigrant women across North America and Europe. The articles retrieved were reviewed independently by both the first author and a trained research assistant. Although the search revealed many articles and resources related to supporting cardiovascular self-management behaviors among individuals, few focused on interventions designed for immigrant women who were diagnosed and living with cardiovascular disease. Also, it was difficult to determine the quality of the literature retrieved, as the main goal of this scoping review was to assess the body of literature and categorize materials by common themes and topics. A more in-depth structured systematic review is needed to determine the quality of evidence being presented and to serve as a rationale for the design and implementation of future culturally sensitive interventions delivered to immigrant women diagnosed with cardiovascular disease.
Final Publisher Version
Women immigrants -- Diseases -- Treatment -- EuropeCardiovascular system -- Diseases -- PreventionWomen immigrants -- Diseases -- Treatment -- North AmericaHeart diseases in womenPatient education -- EuropePatient education -- North AmericaSelf-care, Health -- EuropeSelf-care, Health -- North AmericaCardiovascular system -- Diseases -- Treatment