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Tick_stroke RCUK endorses Framework for improved collaborative working between Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care Medicine

We welcome the publication of ‘Better Together: Collaborative Working Between Emergency and Critical Care’, a framework published by The Royal College of Emergency Medicine and The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine.

Statements 21 July 2021

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Tick_stroke New job opportunities to work with us

We are excited to be advertising five job vacancies at RCUK. We are looking for people who are as passionate as we are about saving lives, and who can use their skills to help us deliver our organisation’s vision.

News 15 July 2021

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Tick_stroke Survey launched for healthcare professionals about rehabilitation services for survivors of out of hospital cardiac arrest

RCUK have launched a survey to help us understand the services provided to survivors of out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in the UK.

News 30 June 2021

Paul Bailey, cardiac arrest survivor.

Tick_stroke Football teammates save a life

Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, at any time. It can happen to elite footballers, such as Danish international Christian Eriksen, and it can also happen to someone having a weekly kick-about in the gym. No matter who they happen to, and which type of pitch they happen to be on, there’s one thing that’s certain – quick CPR and defibrillation can be the difference between life and death.    

17 June 2021