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CPR resource promotion

CPR resource promotion

The purpose of this program is to assist the people who are participating in the program to know how to respond to cardiac, breathing and emergency related cases. The promotion of CPR resources should be done by qualified personnel through voluntary training (Choi, et al, 2016). The first thing is that I have to make sure that I receive basic training on how to handle such situation. Then I will use the knowledge I have to train others so that in any case there is an emergency in absence then there will be people to respond to it. Lastly, many people currently spend most of their time online; I would, therefore, create a website that offers training on how to respond to cardiac related emergencies.

The key message for CPR resource is to create awareness on how to handle emergency health cases to the general public. It is believed that if the number of people who knows about CPR could be higher, then more lives could be saved. When there is immediate CPR, then the chances of survival of a victim can be doubled or tripled. It would be therefore important to train as many people as possible on the first measures to be taken when somebody is under attack. The message is that these attacks can be avoided; the only problem is the limited personnel to handle the emergencies (Choi, et al, 2016).

Due to the desire of increasing chance survival of those people who suffer from cardiac arrest, the program is therefore introduced to companies, schools games clubs, and even to the communities so as to reach a wider audience and train them. The media is also used to pass the message to the audience through CPR programs that are shown on televisions, YouTube channels, and other social media platforms. These programs are created to train the audience on the basic steps that should be taken in cases of emergency to reduce the number of deaths (Choi, et al, 2016).


Choi, H., Lee, H. J., Jeong, E. K., Lee, C. C., Kim, H. J., Singer, A. J., & Do, H. H. (2016). An Observational Study on Importance of CPR Provider Medical Safety: Hemodynamic Changes and Fatigue in Young Healthy Adults after Multiple Cycles of CPR. Archives of Medicine.