RCUK welcomes a predicted downward trend in heart disease and reflects on the continued need for high quality resuscitation.
A report by the Improvement Analytics Unit and Health Foundation saw that reducing emergency admissions could be good for care homes.
Research published in the European Heart Journal indicates that women are less likely to receive bystander CPR, reducing their survival rates.
Following a recent coroner’s report, Resuscitation Council UK comments on their guidance on anaphylaxis for healthcare professionals.
Resuscitation Council UK outline their stance on PPE during COVID-19.
Resuscitation Council UK has provided resources to support in-hospital resuscitation practice during COVID-19.
A statement for healthcare professionals who are performing CPR in an acute hospital setting during COVID-19.
A statement for healthcare workers (HCWs) who are performing CPR in non-acute hospital settings during COVI9-19.
A statement on COVID-19 for those teaching CPR/defibrillation among other resuscitation techniques.
RCUK is providing free online training to the thousands of former clinicians returning to NHS frontlines during the COVID-19 crisis.