The fifth annual Restart a Heart campaign is set to unite organisations across the UK and the world as they join together to train as many people as possible in life-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR.)
On and around Tuesday 16 October 2018, events will be hosted in schools, community centres, hospitals and many other locations to train people in essential skills to become the lifesavers of the future. A partnership led by the Resuscitation Council (UK) involving the British Heart Foundation, St John Ambulance, British Red Cross, Yorkshire Ambulance Service and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue will once again co-ordinate activity involving every UK Ambulance service as well. And this year, we are also recruiting help from Medical Schools across the UK. These events will aim to train a record-breaking 200,000 people with the skills and confidence to help save a life
The details, including sample information packs for schools and private first aid providers, can be found here.