Life After Cardiac Arrest; So Far I Seem to be Immortal Conference Print

"How do we treat people who suffer a sudden cardiac arrest? How can we help when sudden cardiac arrest strikes in the community? What does it feel like to take lifesaving action when you witness a cardiac arrest? How does it feel to survive cardiac arrest? How do individuals and families cope? What support is there? How does the increase in the number of cardiac arrest survivors impact on the health service?" 

Saturday 18th November, 9:30am–5pm. Cost £10 for individuals, £15 for couples and £20 for families

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SADS UK is delighted to welcome Dr. Thomas Keeble, Consultant Cardiologist at Essex Cardiothoracic Centre and Dr. Leonie Wong, Consultant Cardiologist at Royal Brompton Hospital. Together with talks from Paul Swindell, Sudden Cardiac Arrest UK; Anne and John Jolly SADS UK; Marco Mion, Neuropsychologist; survivor Chris Solomons; Lifesaver Tony Haines, Nurse Catherine Renwick, Paediatric Electrophysiology Clinical Nurse Specialist; a cardiac rehab nurse and Lifecoach and lifesaver David Edmonds; and SADS UK patron Dr. Hilary Jones (GMB).