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  1. RCUK encourages comments on 2021 Joint British Societies' Guidelines on the management of cardiac arrest in the catheter laboratory 

    A new guideline on the management of cardiac arrest in the cath lab is open for comments until 30 September.

  2. Register your interest in e-Lifesaver

  3. RCUK welcomes Northern Ireland commitment to CPR training in schools

    Resuscitation Council UK is delighted that post-primary pupils in Northern Ireland will have access to CPR training, as announced by Northern Ireland Education Minister Michelle McIlveen on 20 September.

  4. CPR language resources

    We have resources available to support CPR learning in a range of languages.

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  6. NHS leader on ethnic health inequalities makes urgent call for people from minority ethnic backgrounds to learn CPR

    Dr Habib Naqvi, the director in charge of the NHS Race and Health Observatory, is calling on everybody, and particularly people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Backgrounds to learn CPR skills this Restart A Heart Day.

  7. Over a third of UK adults still haven’t learned CPR, warn leading health organisations 

    Healthcare organisations and ambulance services are urging the UK public to get hands on and learn CPR for Restart a Heart Day (16th October), in light of worrying research that shows that over a third (38%) of UK adults have never undertaken any form of training to learn essential CPR skills.

  8. Get connected to The Circuit

    Learn how you can connect your defibrillator to the Circuit, a national defibrillator network developed by the British Heart Foundation in partnership with RCUK, St John Ambulance and the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives.

  9. For health professionals and healthcare organisations

    Resources for healthcare professionals, including resuscitation training courses and a library of Guidelines and Quality Standards.

  10. RCUK welcomes analysis of public access defibrillators across England

    … for a more evidence-based and coordinated approach to the placement of public access defibrillators (PADs) across the … a more evidence-based and coordinated approach to their placement is needed across the UK and we encourage community …