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One of our friends writes: “I am going to start some CPR parties soon where I teach groups of people about CPR, the importance of quick response, and my experiences as ambulance clinician as well as what CPR is actually trying to do for the person. I am trying to get a structure together that makes it interesting and relevant (not many people are as interested in perfusion rates of the cardiac system as I am). I know I am going to show the youtube video of the gent in the office who survived, and a couple of jobs I have been to both good and bad. I also have an idea to show some laptop based things. Have you any ideas or information I could use? I do want to try and push the idea of CPR parties quite hard and make sure they are ~20 min of info that people will remember.”
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