1. 2021 Resuscitation Guidelines

    RCUK's Guidelines contain detailed information about basic and advanced life support for adults, paediatrics and the newborn.

  2. Get Involved

    Find out how you can support Resuscitation Council UK’s crucial work in resuscitation and CPR awareness and education.

  3. Research and Development

    Resuscitation Council UK funds and supports resuscitation research projects across the UK. Learn more about the grants we provide to those researching resuscitation topics.

  4. Diversity and Inclusion

  5. RCUK supports joint statement about the value of DNACPR discussions and decision making

    RCUK has put its name behind a statement produced by the national charity Compassion in Dying, about the value of DNACPR discussions and decision making.

  6. RCUK welcomes Welsh Government commitment to teach lifesaving skills in Welsh schools from 2022

    RCUK is delighted that the Welsh Senedd has voted to pass the Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill and that there is now commitment to lifesaving skills being taught in Welsh schools from 2022.

  7. RCUK welcomes CQC and Compassion in Dying reports into DNACPR use during the pandemic

    We welcome the publication of two crucial reports today into Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (DNACPR) decision-making during the COVID-19 pandemic. We call upon NHS England and Improvement to champion the use of the Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) process nationally.

  8. RCUK Welcomes Scotland’s Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest Strategy

    Resuscitation Council UK (RCUK) warmly welcomes the publication of Scotland’s Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest Strategy for 2021-2026.

  9. Education Guidelines

    Guidelines for achieving a gold-standard level of education in resuscitation practice for healthcare professionals and the general public.

  10. Epidemiology of cardiac arrest Guidelines

    A new section for the 2021 Guidelines which outlines data from UK studies about in- and out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.