1. Quality Standards: Primary care

    These quality standards apply to healthcare professionals who contribute to the delivery of primary care services.

  2. 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.

  3. ‘Miracle Man’ saved by quick-thinking son

    A year after surviving a cardiac arrest, Neil Davidson reflects on his son’s brave actions. 

  4. Small island, big heart

    Residents of the Isle of Wight showed us all how it’s done during Restart a Heart 2017, when they trained 428 people in lifesaving CPR.

  5. Cardiac arrest survivor gives back on Restart a Heart day

    Roger Baines suffered an out of hospital cardiac arrest back in March 2017. A little over six months later, he hosted a Restart a Heart event, ensuring more people can perform bystander CPR.

  6. Swans take flight with new defibrillator programme

    In honour of late footballer Joseph Mitchell, Swansea City are rolling out defibrillators throughout the Swansea leagues.

  7. Resus in practice: Sarah Anderson

    Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Trauma and Orthopaedics Sarah Anderson gives us an insight into what it’s like to work in Trauma and Orthopaedics at Hull Royal Infirmary. 

  8. Resus in Practice: Liesje Andre

    As a Senior Resuscitation Officer for Great Ormond Street Hospital, Liesje understands the importance of teamwork when it comes to resuscitation.

  9. Resus In Practice: Marion De Almeida Santos

    Marion always wanted to be a Resuscitation Officer. Having recently realised her dream, she’s now telling her story about what the role means to her.

  10. Resus in Practice: Julie Redpath

    Julie supports a population of around 23,000 in her unique role as Resuscitation Training Officer for NHS Shetland.