For health professionals and healthcare organisations

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Statements and resources on COVID-19 (Coronavirus), CPR and Resuscitation

In support of our healthcare community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have produced a series of resources, including guidance, amended algorithms and statements.

e-Lifesaver

Guarantee your workplace knows what to do in an emergency with this SCORM-compliant digital learning tool that meets the National standard for CPR and AED awareness training.

Membership

Join our community of members and receive a wide range of benefits, including discount in our online shop.

Research and Development

As part of our drive to build our knowledge of what best practice in resuscitation means, RCUK funds and supports resuscitation research projects across the UK.

Events

Find out what events are happening soon, and how you can get involved.

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Tick_stroke Upcoming event: RCUK Annual General Meeting 2021

RCUK will host their virtual AGM on Thursday, 2 December. Find out who will be speaking, and how you can join us for the online event.

News 25 November 2021

Tick_stroke RCUK welcomes analysis of public access defibrillators across England

RCUK is calling for a more evidence-based and coordinated approach to the placement of public access defibrillators (PADs) across the UK, and for their registration onto The Circuit, following analysis of current provision in England completed by the University of Warwick. The analysis found that public access defibrillators are disproportionately lacking in the most deprived areas of England, which are among the communities at the greatest risk of cardiac arrest.

Statements 09 November 2021

Tick_stroke Get connected to The Circuit

Learn how you can connect your defibrillator to the Circuit, a national defibrillator network developed by the British Heart Foundation in partnership with RCUK, St John Ambulance and the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives.

News 22 October 2021