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A Call to Establish a Global Resuscitation Alliance

On June 6-7, 2015 at the Utstein Abbey near Stavanger, Norway, 36 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) leaders, researchers, and experts from throughout the world convened to address the challenge of how to increase community cardiac arrest survival and how to achieve implementation of best practices and worthwhile programs. We call for the establishment of a Global Resuscitation Alliance in order to expand internationally the reach and utility of the Resuscitation Academy. Such a global effort will promote best practices and offer help with implementation to countless communities. A Call to Establish a Global Resuscitation Alliance1

Video & Audio

High Performance CPR – BLS – Continuous (MP4)

High Performance CPR – 30-to-2 (MP4)

High Performance CPR – 2 Person (MP4)

High Performance CPR – 3 Person (MP4)

High Performance CPR – with ALS Integration (MP4)

HP-CPR – Video Toolkit (.zip)

Includes instructor guide, skills sheets and short demo videos (Note: long versions of the videos can be downloaded separately as a .zip package in either .MP4 or Windows Media formats – see below)

HP-CPR – Video Long Versions (MP4) (.zip)

HP-CPR – Video Long Versions (Windows Media) (.zip)

RA Audio Library (.zip)

Includes extensive collection of 911 call audio and user guide

Handouts & Presentations

History of EMS in King County

Science of CPR/Survival from Cardiac Arrest

Dispatch Assisted CPR

DA CPR Keys to Success

Books

bookcover“Resuscitate!How Your Community Can Improve Survival From Sudden Cardiac Arrest”
by Mickey S. Eisenberg, M.D.
University of Washington Press

Note: Individuals accepted into the Resuscitation Academy will receive a copy of this book.

 

 

 

Program Information

FAQ’s During your Stay in Seattle

Sample Schedule

Suggested Readings

“35 Strategies to Improve Cardiac Arrest Survival” pdf (2.3 MB)

“Chest Compression Fraction Determines Survival in Patients with Out-of-Hospital VF” pdf (630kb)

“Ventricular fibrillation in King County, WA: A 30-year perspective”pdf (690kb)

“Three-Phase Model of Cardiac Arrest: Time Dependent Benefit of Bystander CPR” pdf (220kb)

“Regional Variation in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Incidence and Outcome” pdf (611kb)

“Community Approaches to improve Resuscitation following Out-of-Hospital Sudden CA” pdf (498 kb)

Websites

Survive Cardiac Arrest

Learn CPR

Learn AED

EMS Online

Medic One Foundation

Heart Rescue Project

Resuscitation Academy Europe