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Revisiting a webinar by Doctor On Call featuring Dr Jade Kua (FAQ)

Spend some time and revisit this FAQ segment with our programme director to answer your queries and never be hesitant to save someone!
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Revisiting a webinar by Doctor On Call featuring Dr Jade Kua (Webinar)

Dive in and revisit the webinar that provides insightful learning by Dr Jade Kua
Never too late to learn and relearn!
 
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Credit Source: Medical Channel Asia

Revisiting a webinar by Doctor On Call featuring Dr Jade Kua

Revisit how Dr Jade Kua, our programme DARE director, shared on how to save someone using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Don’t MISS the main webinar that we will be sharing. Peek into some highlights now.
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Interview sharing of a cardiac arrest survivor with his rescuer

Take a peep into what our 46 years old survivor and his rescuer have to say about their real-life story. 🤓 and join us to celebrate World Restart A Heart Day this October! 🥳
Start learning these life-saving CPR and AED skills.
You might be saving not only one person but a whole family!
Visit our Facebook @daretosaveaheart to view the video

Community First Responders In Action!

Always DARE to save someone in need! All you need is the WILL to step forward. No effort is too small.

Read on how Mr Daniel Lim and Mr Rohit Tiwari spring into action and saved a life! Every action makes a difference.

Click here to view on SCDF Facebook

You can also download the “myResponder app” and be a Community First Responder to help save lives.

Orchestrating better outcomes for cardiac arrest emergencies

Find out how a young doctor set his sights on making a difference in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) care and begin his journey to develop Singapore’s pre-emergency care model. 😍
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Source: https://www.singhealth.com.sg/news/tomorrows-medicine/orchestrating-better-outcomes-for-cardiac-arrest-emergencies

Join the Cardiac Arrest Survivors Club!

Surviving a sudden cardiac arrest can be a challenging experience for individuals and their loved ones.
 
Join the Cardiac Arrest Survivors Club, a peer-led support group based in Singapore for survivors, their families and caregivers to help and inspire one another in rebuilding lives after cardiac arrest.
 
Sign up at: tinyurl.com/cardiacsurvivors
 
For queries, please email to ” [email protected]

In celebration of World Restart A Heart Day!

An exciting event is happening from 17 to 18 September 2022 at Our Tampines Hub.
Don’t miss the chance to participate!
A collaboration with Singapore Heart Foundation
Click here for more information on Facebook.

Officer at Charleston International Airport saves life of man undergoing cardiac arrest

Mr Stephen Hughes suffered a cardiac arrest when he was about to take a flight out of Charleston.
Thanks to Patrolman 1st class Aaron Reed of the Charleston County Aviation Authority Police Department, Mr Stephen Hughes who is both a husband and father, has survived the cardiac arrest.
Mr Aaron Reed performed CPR and administered defibrillation to save Mr Hughes’s life.
Anyone can save a life! Learn how to perform CPR & use the AED today!
If you wish to find out more about the Dispatcher Assisted first REsponder (DARE) programme, please email us at [email protected]
For full story: [Click here]
Source: abc 4 news

Nurse helps perform CPR on passenger having medical emergency on plane

While Ms Katie Stencel was on a flight recently, the pilot requested for medical professionals on board to assist in a medical emergency.
Without hesitation, Ms Stencel, a nurse by profession, sprang into action. She joined a fire fighter and a flight attendant to resuscitate a passenger with CPR for an hour before the plane could land.
Ms Stencel shared her reasons for responding to the call for help. She said: “All I knew is that if we didn’t do something now, she had no chance. So we jumped in and did everything that we could.” Kudos to Ms Stencel, the off-duty fire fighter and flight attendant for stepping forward to perform CPR on the victim.
Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) is a time-sensitive condition. The chances of survival decrease by 10% with every minute without intervention. OHCA is one of the leading causes of deaths around the world. Hence, it’s important for as many people to be trained in CPR & AED.
If you are keen to arrange for the DARE training, please email us at [email protected]
For full story: [Click here]
Source: 9 News