Susanne Burns, MSN, RN

Adjunct Professor

Fraser Health Cardiac Services
Cardiac Rehabilitation & Heart Health
Clinical Nurse Specialist
M26, 260 Sherbrooke St.
New Westminster, BC
Canada V3L 3M2

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Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed

Burns, S. L., McQueen, K., Naruki-van Velzen, M., Kam, C., & Chan, S. (2007).  Treating Metabolic Syndrome:  Interventions for success.  Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 23(supp C):  326.

Burns, S. L., Chan, S., Kam, C., McQueen, K., & Naruki-van Velzen, M.  (2007).  Targeting Metabolic Syndrome:  Development and Implementation of an Outpatient Program.  Canadian Journal of Diabetes.

Chan, S. Y., Mancini, G. B., Burns, S., Johnson, F., Brozic, A., Kingsbury, K. J., Barr, S., Kuramoto, L., Schulzer, M., Frohlich, J., & Ignaszewski, A. P.  (2006).  Dietary measures and exercise training contribute to improvement in endothelial function and atherosclerosis even in patients given intensive pharmacologic therapy. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 26, 288-293.

Burns, S. L., Chan, S., McQueen, K., Kam, C., Cuff, D., Vrablik, M., Frohlich, J., & Ignaszewski, A.  (2006).  Development of an outpatient program:  Trageting Metabolic Syndrome.  Diabetes & Vascular Disease Research, 3(2), 138.

Wu, E. P., Devarakonda, R., Burns, S. L., & Frohlich, J. J. (2005).  Novel cardiovascular risk factors in individuals with family history of premature atherosclerotic disease.  Atherosclerosis, 6(1):supp., 11.

Burns, S. L., Galte, C., & Frohlich, J.  (2004).  Chronic disease management in cardiovascular risk reduction:  Incorporating the chronic care Model into clinical practice.  Canadian Journal of Cardiovascluar Nursing.

Burns, S. L., Chan, S., Brozic, A., Johnson, F., & Kingsbury, K.  (2003).  Outcomes of the Atherosclerosis Reversal Clinic.  Canadian Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing.

Chan, S. Y., Burns, S. L., Kingsbury, K. J., Brozic, A., Johnson, F., Barr, S., Frohlich, J., Ignaszewski, A. P., & Mancini, G. B. J.  (2001).  Atherosclerosis reversal with intensive lifestyle modification.  Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 17(supp C), 157C.

Chan, S. Y., Mancini, G. B. J., Burns, S. L., Kingsbury, K. J., Brozic, A., Johnson, F., Barr, S., Frohlich, J., Ignaszewski, A. P.  (2001).  Endothelial Function attenuates the risks assocatied with high plaque burden.  Canadian Journal of Cardiolgy, 17(supp C), 166C.

Burns, S. L., Ratner, P. A., Wu, E. P., Devarakonda, R., & Frohlich, J. J.  (2005).  Accuracy of risk perception of first degree relatives of individuals with premature coronary heart disease:  Implications for practice.  Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 21(supp C), 137.

Wu, E. P., Burns, S. L., Devarakonda, R., Hill, J. S., & Frohlich, J. J.  (2005).  Gender differences in emerging risk factors in apparently low risk individuals with family history of premature atherosclerosis - FACT Study.  Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 21(Supp C), 244.

Chan, S. Y., Burns, S. L., Kingsbury, K. J., Brozic, A., Johnson, F., Barr, S., Frohlich, J., Ignaszewski, A. P., & Mancini, G. B. J.  (2001).  Atherosclerosis reversal with intensive lifestyle modification.  Circulation, 17(supp C), 157C.

Chan, S. Y., Mancini, G. B. J., Burns, S. L., Kingsbury, K. J., Brozic, A., Johnson, F., Barr, S., Frohlich, J., & Ignaszewski, A. P. (2001).  Normal endothelial function attenuates the risks with high plaque burden.  Circulation, 104(17):(supp C):  157C.

Burns, S. L., Chan, S. Y., Johnson, F., Frohlich, J., & Ignaszewski, A. P. (2000).  Dynamic care, dynamic outcomes:  The Atherosclerosis Reversal Clinic.  Canadian Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing.

Burns, S. L., Ignaszewski, A. P., Chan, S. Y., Kingsbury, K. J., & Con, A.  (1999).  Outcomes of a nurse-managed smoking cessation intervention in cardiac rehabilitation. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 17(5), 322.

Chan, S. Y., Mancini, G. B. J., Burns, S. L., Kingsbury, K. J., Brozic, A., Johnson, F., Barr, S., Frohlich, J., Ignaszewski, A. P., &   (2001).  Normal endothelial function attenuates the risks with high plaque burden.  Circulation, 17(supp C), 166C.