1. Responder Wellbeing

    This online resource for all responders aims to provide an overview of responder wellbeing, de-stigmatise common experiences to encourage seeking help needed and highlight opportunities for individual responders, teams and leaders at all levels to improve responder wellbeing. 

  2. Post-resuscitation care guidelines

    Guidelines on the management of patients post-cardiac arrest.

  3. Quality Standards: Acute Care

    Quality Standards for CPR and training in the acute care setting. Acute care refers to acute hospitals that provide inpatient and/or day-case medical and/or surgical care to adults, children or both.

  4. These people want you to learn how to #RestartAHeart

    In honour of Restart a Heart 2019, six survivors, lifesavers and loved ones come together to share their story.

  5. Case Study: Zehra - "The feeling of helplessness was so painful"

    … aid measures, remained unresponsive. Zehra was studying for her university exams with her mother when they received …

  6. Equality and Diversity Monitoring

  7. Recruitment

    Learn more about recruitment at RCUK and what it's like to work as part of our team.

  8. Case Study: Amirah - "Doing something is better than doing nothing at all"

    … apparent lack of BLS education in communities through an annual delivery of BLS teaching by trained volunteers in …

  9. Order your free baby and child CPR book

  10. Resuscitation Council UK launches a free baby and child CPR book which will help save children’s lives 

    … give them information on what to do if their child was choking on a small object.   Cardiac arrest in children will … for example, ingesting a button battery leading to choking or drowning and burns.  It emerged when it came to …