About Our Programs

Resuscitation Academy programs are designed to help communities improve survival from cardiac arrest.  In each program, we strive to present a balance of medical science, educational efficiency and local implementation experience.  Faculty are chosen for their demonstrated experience in leading complex improvements involving multiple departments within their respective communities.

This is the original Resuscitation Academy seminar on improving out of hospital cardiac arrest resuscitation outcomes.  This event introduces EMS leaders to the 10 Programs including establishing a registry, telephone CPR, high-performance CPR and more.

Duration: 2 days

For more Information please contact Leesa Stevens at 425.785.4752

In this workshop, participants will learn the components of an effective High-Performance CPR program.  Emphasis is placed on CPR metrics, assessing performance and providing feedback.

Duration: 6 Hours

For more Information please contact Leesa Stevens at 425.785.4752

Everyone is invited to take our free online System Assessment. This tool is designed to help you start the conversation within your EMS system of how to improve survival rates from out of hospital cardiac arrest. After answering 30 questions you will receive a detailed report, tailored to your community, which tells you how to improve.

Duration: 30 Minutes

For more information please contact Tegan Hampton at tegan@resuscitationacademy.org.

Through the shared mission of increasing survival from cardiac arrest, the Resuscitation Academy, American Heart Association (AHA), and Laerdal Medical have joined forces to create programs for prehospital and public safety responders. Together, we created a suite of programs designed to strengthen the chain of survival from evaluation of overall system effectiveness all the way through individual responder performance.

To learn more, visit https://rqipartners.com/prehospital