A life of life saving with Professor Douglas Chamberlain

In season one’s finale, episode 30, Paul talks with the legendary and world-renowned cardiologist Professor Douglas Chamberlain CBE.

Image result for professor douglas chamberlain

Douglas is now aged 88 and started his journey into medicine in 1935 when as a 4-year-old he visited his doctor and saw something that intrigued him. From that point, he takes us through many humorous anecdotes of his life in resuscitation.

Image result for craven a cigarettes doctor

This includes being at the inception of many important innovations for cardiac arrest survivors and many others who’ve ever called for emergency medical help.

Image result for defibrillator 1960

He talks about his research into beta-blockers, the formation of Europes first paramedic unit, the deployment of AED’s into public locations and ultimately into the hands of laypersons with the formation of CFR’s.

Image result for prof douglas chamberlain

A fascinating journey through Professor Chamberlain’s life as a doctor in cardiology and more importantly for survivors, resuscitation.

Image result for cardiologist douglas chamberlain

He also busts a common resuscitation myth.

Available to listen on the link below or Spotify, Apple , Google, YouTube and your favourite podcast player.

If you enjoyed this podcast please do leave a positive review on Apple or other podcast providers as it helps us to spread the word.

Presented by Paul Swindell and edited by Matt Nielson.

Recorded December 2019. 

1 thought on “A life of life saving with Professor Douglas Chamberlain”

Leave a comment

Item added to cart.
0 items - £0.00