Older patients’ perspectives toward lifestyle-related secondary cardiovascular prevention after a hospital admission – a qualitative study

  • P. Jepma (Owner)
  • Marjolein Snaterse (Contributor)
  • R.J.G. Peters (Contributor)
  • Wilma Scholte op Reimer (Contributor)
  • Simone Du Puy (Contributor)



Lifestyle-related secondary prevention reduces cardiac events and is recommended irrespective of age. However, motivation may be infleunced by age and disease progression. The aim of this study was to explore older cardiac patients' perspectives toward lifestyle-related secondary prevention after a hospital admission. This data contains the MAXQDA-file of this study. In this file, the transcripts and coding process of the analyses are included.
Date made available30 Aug 2021
PublisherHogeschool van Amsterdam

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