Sudden Cardiac Arrest UK Wins Award for International Group Collaboration in Resuscitation Science

We’re proud to announce that we have been selected as award winners at the American Heart Association – Resuscitation Science Symposium 2023. What did we win? We have won the Ian G. Jacobs Award for International Group Collaboration to Advance Resuscitation, established in 2010 to recognise international collaboration among individuals over an extended period. This has … Read more

Rethinking Death in the Age of Modern Medical Science

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If your heart stopped beating during a cardiac arrest, were you dead? Modern resuscitation capabilities force us to reevaluate what it really means to die. For cardiac arrest survivors, the fact that your heart stopped for minutes but you are now alive again profoundly challenges assumptions about the finality of death. Your extraordinary experience crossing … Read more

Recovery and Expectations for Cardiac Arrest Survivors: Insights from Recent Research

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For those who have survived a cardiac arrest, a long and winding road of rehabilitation lies ahead. Emerging research provides some guideposts on what survivors may expect during the recovery process regarding regaining function, independence, and quality of life. Light at the End of the Tunnel A recent study published in JAMA Neurology offered a … Read more