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Every year over 3,000 people around Scotland are treated by the Ambulance Service after having a cardiac arrest. Unfortunately only around 1 in 10 people will survive.

Starting CPR saves lives.

Starting CPR can at least double the chances of survival. We all have the power to make a difference. You can learn from home or in a face to face setting, it’s up to you. By taking the time to learn these skills you could save a life one day. So will you become one of the million people learning how to Save a Life for Scotland?

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Restart a Heart Day Events 2022 Scotland

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Dundee: Dundee University Students' Association - The Hive on level 4 at 10am - 4pm Overgate Shopping Centre - The Gather Meeting Space at 2 - 5pm Edinburgh: Ocean Terminal…

CPR Awareness Courses for Disabled People

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In 2019 Chris Purnell and Chris Alves of the Scottish Ambulance Service ran three CPR Awareness courses for Disabled people. These were the first of their kind in Scotland, and…

Save a Life for Scotland the Board Game!

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Save a Life for Scotland has created a new and engaging way to spread CPR knowledge! Save a Life for Scotland the board game is a fun and educational game…

Send a Lifesaving Valentine

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Send a lifesaving Valentine's Day card to your loved ones!   Did you know that most out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in the home? To help celebrate the love you have…

PADS SCOTLAND GROUP

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Do you or your organisation manage or support Public Access Defibrillators (PADs) in Scotland? If you’ve answered yes to the above, consider joining the new virtual group PADs Scotland: a platform…
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