Advocates

The Citizen CPR Foundation depends on advocates like you to help spread information about and resources related to sudden cardiac arrest response, including CPR training. To make that knowledge sharing more effective, we want to do what we can to help you stay up-to-date with cardiac arrest- and CPR-related news and information. Please explore the resources below—and check back for updates.

Program Advocates

Program advocates are a critical part of improving sudden cardiac arrest survival rates, and they come in a wide variety of forms. We’ve highlighted a few examples of innovators, thought leaders, and grassroots champions who have advanced successful cardiac arrest response and resuscitation programming. Thier stories provide ideas and inspiration to others who may want to start similar programs in their own communities.

Celebrate their stories

Read the latest CPR news, information and training resources. Feel free to keep us in the loop regarding CPR news and updates from your community, too. The more knowledge and information we can share, the better.

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In the News

In the News

Read the latest CPR news, information and training resources. Feel free to keep us in the loop regarding CPR news and updates from your community, too. The more knowledge and information we can share, the better.

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Survivors

CPR saves lives every day. To recognize that lifesaving work—and encourage more people to learn CPR—we’ve compiled several inspiring survivor stories. Sudden cardiac arrest can happen any time—but as these survivor stories show, quick thinking and action makes all the difference. And if you have a story to share, we want to hear from you.

Meet our survivors

People who don’t know much about CPR might find it overwhelming. Yet it only takes learning a few basic steps to help drastically increase a person’s chances of survival after sudden cardiac arrest. We’ve compiled a few PSAs—a combination of instructional videos and survivor anecdotes—to provide some foundational knowledge.

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Public Service Announcements

PSAs

People who don’t know much about CPR might find it overwhelming. Yet it only takes learning a few basic steps to help drastically increase a person’s chances of survival after sudden cardiac arrest. We’ve compiled a few PSAs—a combination of instructional videos and survivor anecdotes—to provide some foundational knowledge.

Watch the PSAs