We’ve been talking a lot this past week about the content of our colleague, Katherine Faull’s recently recorded conversation with Monash University Ph.D. Scholar, Brian Haskins.
If you’re looking for metaphors describing how a heart works, it’s hard to go past the idea that a heart is like a car.
In this conversation with Rapid Response Revival’s Katherine Faull, Monash University’s Brian Haskins discusses why early bystander intervention is so important, and what it’s going to take to improve sudden cardiac arrest survival rates.
If international best practice for ambulance response times is eight minutes, and a person who has suffered a sudden cardiac arrest’s chances of survival
You know the old trope: someone collapses in public, someone else calls out “is anyone here a doctor?” and a calm, attractive MD steps out from the crowd and takes control.