Throughout this 5 part series, we looked at what mindfulness is and how it helps with the delivery of CPR. In the past 4 parts of the series, we learned about the bystander effect, the elements that explain the apprehension, and how in Singapore, Good Samaritans are protected by the local laws when they deliver care of a level that is expected of a lay individual. We moved on about the importance of viewing mental health along a continuum, being mindful, at all times of where we stand and when we should seek help. And last week, we look at existing publications that talk about the psychological aspects of family-witnessed resuscitation.
In this final part of this series, we shall look at the findings of two publications that shed some light on the psychological aspects of being a lay rescuer.
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