Mon, 21 Sept|
The King's Centre
Sussex First Aid Courses CPD Training Event
"Cardiac Arrest Is A Community Problem". Join our open morning CPD medical training event. We have three guest speakers talking on the topics of resuscitation survival rates, the Science of resuscitation and the Critical Care Paramedic role in management of Cardiac arrest.
Time & Location
21 Sept 2020, 09:15 – 13:30
The King's Centre, 33-35, Victoria Rd, Burgess Hill RH15 9LR, UK
About The Event
Sussex First Aid Courses Team training event.
We are pleased to be holding our team training CPD event on the 21st September 2020. We have opened up our morning event to share and grow with like minded clinicians and first aid trainiers. Tickets are restricted for this event and on a first come bases.
Join our open morning event for CPD medical training. We have three guest speakers presenting on the topics of resuscitation. Survival rates in Seattle, the Science of resuscitation and the Critical Care Paramedic role in management of cardiac arrest.
Our guest speakers have a wealth of experience in critical care and management of cardiac arrest within the community settings. Please join us a gain a greater understanding of how we can all play a part in the management of community resuscitation.
09:00 - 09-30 Welcome and registration.
09:30 - 10-30 Kas Fletcher: How Seattle gets the best cardiac arrest survival rates in the World.
11:00 - 11:30 Dave Fletcher: The Science of resucitation.
12:00 - 13:00 Simon Goodwin: The role of Critical Care Paramedics and cardiac arrest.
13:00 -14:00 Coffee and Networking.
CPD Certificates can be awarded if requested.
A warm welcome awaits you.
Sussex CPD Training Event
Coffee House and lunches are available at the venue. Registration shall be at 9am. Parking onsite.£0.00