1. NICE Quality Standard on trauma

    RCUK supported this NICE Quality Standard on assessing and managing trauma in adults, young people and children.

  2. Course Certificates

    Guidance on how to locate and verify a Resuscitation Council UK course certificate.

  3. RCUK response to RCN’s findings on gendered construction of value within the nursing profession

    New findings show how gendered perceptions of nursing have impacted economic reward for those working in the field.

  4. Statement: Survival rates soar in Scotland – and it could be down to an increase in bystander CPR

    Almost two thirds of people who suffered a cardiac arrest in Scotland in 2018/19 received bystander CPR – and more people survived.

  5. Restart a Heart 2019 campaign sees over 291,000 people trained in life-saving CPR

    Record numbers were trained during Restart a Heart 2019, when charities and ambulance services came together to teach the public skills that could save lives.

  6. Statement on End-Tidal CO2 Monitoring – ‘No trace, wrong place’

    An important update for health professionals who require clarity on end-tidal CO2 monitoring.

  7. Statement on 2019 Health Profile for England

    RCUK welcomes a predicted downward trend in heart disease and reflects on the continued need for high quality resuscitation.

  8. Statement on ReSPECT’s impact on reducing potentially avoidable emergency admissions from care homes

    A report by the Improvement Analytics Unit and Health Foundation saw that reducing emergency admissions could be good for care homes.

  9. RCUK’s response to research stating women are less likely than men to be resuscitated and survive a cardiac arrest

    Research published in the European Heart Journal indicates that women are less likely to receive bystander CPR, reducing their survival rates.

  10. A statement on anaphylactic guidelines

    Following a recent coroner’s report, Resuscitation Council UK comments on their guidance on anaphylaxis for healthcare professionals.