Ten years, nearly departed

The 4th of April 2014 and now, a decade later—a span of ten years, encompassing 3,653 days, 87,672 hours, and 5,260,320 minutes. It’s a considerable stretch of time, especially when each day feels like a bonus. The significance of a decade becomes more profound when we consider that it’s enough time to witness a baby … Read more

Journey of Hope: World Book Day Edition

Embark on a literary journey this World Book Day with an exclusive collection tailored for survivors and co-survivors of sudden cardiac arrest. Dive into gripping memoirs, insightful guides, and captivating narratives that illuminate the path to resilience and hope. From firsthand accounts to heartfelt reflections, these reads offer solace, inspiration, and practical wisdom for navigating … Read more

Exploring the Experience of Children Who Have Provided Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the Impact of CPR Training

Providing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) during a cardiac emergency can be an unsettling and even traumatic experience. As CPR training becomes more prevalent in schools, it’s crucial that we understand the potential psychological impact on children and teens. I am part of a new research study from King’s College London that aims to explore the experiences … Read more