1. RCUK discusses the importance of defibrillators in Scottish Parliament

    On a visit to the Scottish Parliament, RCUK provided evidence surrounding Public Access Defibrillators in response to a recent petition. 

  2. RCUK Statement on ‘What Matters Most Charter’

    Advance Care Plan, ReSPECT, Person Centred Care, Person-Centred Care, Decisions

  3. RCUK and RCGP partner to create ‘Community CPR in the COVID-19 world’ resources

    Resuscitation Council UK and the Royal College of General Practitioners have partnered to develop a range of resources about Community CPR in the COVID-19 world.

  4. Anaphylaxis guidance for vaccination settings

    RCUK has developed guidance on managing anaphylaxis in a vaccination setting.

  5. 2020 in Review: Thank You

    Resuscitation Council UK's President, Prof Jonathan Wyllie and CEO, Dr James Cant reflect on the work our community has done in 2020.

  6. 2021 Draft Anaphylaxis Consultation

    RCUK have launched the 2021 draft of 'Emergency treatment of anaphylaxis guidelines for healthcare providers' for public consultation. This consultation will run from 9am Friday 8 January until 5pm Wednesday 24 February, and participants are encouraged to fill in a short survey with their feedback, in order to inform the final version of the 2021 Anaphylaxis Guidelines.

  7. Trainee Representative needed for RCUK ARNI Subcommittee

  8. RCUK welcomes Social Democratic and Labour Party consultation on CPR education

  9. Qualitative findings from the ReSPECT Evaluation Study

    We welcome the publication online on 19 January of the findings of a qualitative observational study of ReSPECT conversations in six NHS Trusts.

  10. Resuscitation Council UK welcomes NCEPOD report

    Resuscitation Council UK (RCUK) welcomes the report, ‘Time Matters’, into the quality of care provided in UK hospitals following an out of hospital cardiac arrest.