The Angina Plan is a cognitive behavioural self-management programme for people with chronic stable angina. Patients work through it with the help of a trained facilitator.
Research has shown that it can help people:
1. have less angina
2. live a more active life
3. be less anxious or depressed
It was developed and evaluated by a team from the University of York led by Professor Bob Lewin.
The Angina Plan has been recommended as evidence based management of Angina by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN).