Turning Science into Action:

10 Programs for Improving Survival from Cardiac Arrest

Global Webinar on July 12, 2022

Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death among adults, yet it need not be fatal. Though survival in most communities is very poor, some communities and Emergency Medical Services Systems have accomplished outstanding improvement and results. Why are some communities and EMS systems so successful when others are not? And which steps can we take to improve outcomes?

To learn about the Resuscitation Academy 10 step programs and how to implement them, register for the webinar and download the 10 Steps for Improving Survival from Sudden Cardiac Arrest PDF.

This is a Global Resuscitation Alliance event that has been produced with the support of the Laerdal Foundation.

Register for the Americas webinar at 2:00 pm | Central Time (U.S. and Canada)

Register for the Asia-Pacific webinar at 14:00 | Singapore Time

Register for the European webinar at 2:00 pm | Central European Time

Hosted By:

Ann Doll

Executive Director, Resuscitation Academy Foundation, Seattle WA

Ann Doll serves as Executive Director of the Resuscitation Academy Foundation. Working with faculty and staff from our partner organizations, Doll helped create the RA in 2008. She also serves as the Secretariat for the Global Resuscitation Alliance, a coalition of worldwide leaders committed to saving more lives from sudden cardiac arrest.

Leaders from around the world are proving that no matter where you live, improvement is possible.

Featured Speakers

Janet Trethewey, EdD

Montana Registered EMT

Dr. Junaid Razzak

Director, Center for Global Emergency Care, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins Emergency Med Sv

Gitte Linderoth, MD, PhD

EMS Copenhagen

Belinda Delardes

Ambulance Victoria Research Governance Manager

To be a leader, follow the leaders. Lives depend on getting it right.

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