This free, 79-page ebook (available as an enhance iBook and PDF) was created especially for emergency medical services personnel, specifically medical directors, managers and administrators — those who deal daily with managing the rapid…Read more
East Pierce Fire and Rescue
Resuscitation Academy Class #1, October 2009Read more
The RA toolkits are free to agencies interested in improving cardiac arrest survival in their communities. The materials have been developed to provide step-by-step instructions for implementing specific programs and useful materials to assist you…Read more
Quality CPR improves survival from cardiac arrest. Scientific studies demonstrate when CPR is performed according to guidelines, the chances of successful resuscitation increase substantially. Minimal breaks in compressions, full chest recoil, adequate compression depth, and…Read more
Join Drs. Leonard Cobb, Michael Copass, Mickey Eisenberg and the leaders from Seattle and King County for an experience that will transform the way you think about how EMS manages cardiac arrests. To see a full list…Read more
The EMS report cards for VF witnessed cardiac arrest survival are in; and the results
for most communities in the United States are dismal. Los Angeles is 7%. New York is
5%, Chicago is 3% and Detroit is 0%. Yet, there is hope. Seattle and King County,
Washington report 52% survival; the highest in the world. Why is this? What can your
community do to improve?
The Resuscitation Academy is designed to help EMS managers and directors improve cardiac arrest survival in their communities. Join the leaders from Seattle and King County for a course that will transform the way you think about how EMS manages cardiac arrests.
Resuscitation Academy (2-Day Course)
October 21 – 22, 2013 ~ REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
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