Angina

Angina Patient Handouts

The Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association has developed a series of angina patient education handouts for your use.

Get Tough on Angina

The Get Tough on Angina™ patient education materials were designed for health care providers to use when educating their patients, caregivers, family members, and friends about angina. PCNA is pleased to offer these materials in both English and Spanish.

Join as a member today to take advantage of member pricing.

Get Tough on Angina

Booklet

The Get Tough on Angina™ patient booklet is the most comprehensive educational resource currently available to patients with angina.

English   
Free to download $0 members/$166 non-members
25 booklets per order
Download Now  
Spanish  
Free to download  $0 members/$166 non-members
25 booklets per order 
download now  order 



Get Tough on Angina brochure


Brochure

This brochure provides quick information on angina including how to reduce attacks and how to cope with symptoms. 

English   
Free to download  $0 members/ $98 non-members
100 brochures per order
Download Now order
Spanish   
Free to download  $0 members/$98 non-members
100 brochures per order 
download now  order

Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of any printed materials.

Were these materials helpful?

Share your feedback about the patient handbook

             

Angina Miscommunication Survey

Angina Miscommunication Survey
This tool is designed to improve your interactions with patients with angina and will help you easily identify the key issues and messages that you can use in the clinical setting.

This infographic shows the results of a 2015 survey of health care providers and patients with angina. 

Download now

The fifth edition of this booklet and brochure is part of "Get Tough on Angina," a program of education and information for patients with angina and their families, funded through an educational grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Disclaimer: This and other PCNA educational materials are for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice or diagnose or treat health problems. Health-related decisions should be made in partnership with a healthcare provider. It is the reader's responsibility to seek out the most current, accurate information.