Posted on 11 October 2019
The Restart a Heart campaign (RSAH) is an annual initiative led by the Resuscitation Council (UK) in partnership with The British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, St John Ambulance, and Yorkshire Ambulance Service. It aims to improve the low numbers of people surviving out-of-hospital cardiac arrests.
Without CPR the chances of surviving cardiac arrest are zero.
By joining in one of the free sessions on the day, you can learn what to do if you find someone unconscious and not breathing.
CPR training is available at various times across campus on Wednesday 16 October.
York based SeBeau Health Visiting and Mini First Aid have come together to offer 30-minute training sessions.
This training is suitable for those who have never had any CPR training and can also be used as a refresher for those who have attended previous training. Delivered in a relaxed environment, with the opportunity and equipment to practise skills. However this is optional as it is not an assessed and certificated training course.
This free training takes 30 minutes and will be delivered at:
Hull York Medical School Pre-Hospital Care Programme student society will be hosting drop-in 10-minute CPR training sessions for university staff, students and the wider public on:
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