Resus 2017 was held at the iconic Luna Park Sydney and featured keynote lectures, workshops, interactive sessions and much more. R@TP 2017 was revolutionary in inviting speakers to submit selected talks prior to the conference. This was made available to Conference delegates beforehand to allow discussion and debate with peers and industry alike. Not only did R@TP welcome some of the most eminent resuscitation experts in Australia to talk, but also had a number of household names in cardiac arrest, resuscitation, sepsis and trauma worldwide talking to the Conference via live video link.
Here’s a stat that will shock you: Each year in Australia, around 30,000 people experience sudden cardiac arrest. The shocking reality is only 9-10 per cent survive. Now compare that figure with a city like Seattle, USA, where over 60 per cent of people survive. Why is that? Because three-quarters of their population are trained in CPR – a skill that, when delivered immediately, can double or triple a person’s chance of survival. Take Heart Australia has big plans to turn Australia’s survival rate right around. Take Heart Australia Day 2015. A day where Aussies can learn high-quality CPR for free, we plan to train thousands of people in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for most people trained in CPR within 24 hours.
RESUS @ The Harbour 2018. Conference details coming soon. For more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org