1. Upcoming event: RCUK Annual General Meeting 2021

    RCUK will host their virtual AGM on Thursday, 2 December. Find out who will be speaking, and how you can join us for the online event.

  2. Our vision to 2030

    Our vision to 2030 lays out four key goals that, with the help of the resuscitation community, we'd like to achieve by 2030. Read today and find out how you can provide feedback.

  3. RCUK welcome the appointment of new RCUK President Prof Andy Lockey 

    We’re pleased to announce that Prof Andy Lockey became President of Resuscitation Council UK today (2 December). 

  4. Help us shape our Vision to 2030 

    RCUK is inviting the resuscitation and health and social care community, as well as people with lived experience of cardiac arrest or CPR decision making, to provide feedback on our Vision to 2030. 

  5. Ask a question

  6. A look at 2022

    RCUK’s president, Prof Andy Lockey and CEO, Dr James Cant reflect on the past year, and what we’re doing next. 

  7. Resuscitation Council UK introduces version 3 of ReSPECT form

    Following feedback from professionals, patients and their families, Resuscitation Council UK has improved the ReSPECT (Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment) process which supports conversations about care in a future emergency. Version 3 of the ReSPECT form is even more patient-centred than previous versions and contains more prompts for explicit clinical reasoning.

  8. e-Lifesaver

    Guarantee your workplace knows what to do in an emergency with this SCORM-compliant CPR learning tool.

  9. NHS Long Term Plan: What does it mean for Resuscitation Council UK?

    A look at the NHS Long Term Plan, and how it impacts our work in resuscitation training, research and guidelines. 

  10. RCUK’s policy on the use of suction-based airway clearance devices on choking victims

    With several airway clearance devices now available in the UK, Resuscitation Council UK outlines their stance on these devices.