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SADS UK & The College of Paramedics Conference 2012

The cardiac charity SADS UK and the College of Paramedics have come together to present, 'Emergency First Responding; is it the future?' on the 4th May at Lifeconnections 2012.   Presentations includes having lifesaving defibrillators in schools together with training, the role of Community First Responders, Public Access Defibrillators as well as London Ambulance Services work in their community.  Further information can be found on www.lifeconnections.uk.com or email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



SADS UK Heart to Heart Conference 2011

SADS UK is holding their Heart to Heart Conference to educate and inspire attendees who may come into contact with families and individuals living with inherited cardiac conditions or who may have been affected by a Sudden Arrhythmic Death (SAD). The many ways in which people can be identified and treated will be discussed by cardiologists. Health professionals working with families living with conditions will provide information about their work and patients will speak of their experiences.

Dr Andrew Lockey below will give an update with regard to how the BHF/Resuscitation Council (UK) initiative to put Emergency Life Support on the school curriculum is progressing.

Heart to Heart Conference agenda and registration


Dr Andrew Lockey          Emergency Life Support_angela Morris                       

SADS UK Conference at Lifeconnections

 

Kettering Conference Centre, Northampton – Thursday May 3rd 2012
SADS UK will speak about their work in emergency care

http://www.lifeconnections.uk.com/


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SADS UK Annual National Lifesaver Defibrillator Awards 2011

National Lifesaver Defibrillator Awards Dinner -  Royal College of Pathologists, 2 Carlton House Terrace, London, 22nd October 2011 Terry Blake speaks at the SADS UK annual National Lifesaver Defibrillator Awards 2010. Dr Jasmeet Soar, President of the Resuscitation Council at the time presents Awards.

Link to Lifesaver nomination awards

Terry Blake6        Lifesaver Simon Bell       Lifesaver awards_Dr Jasmeet Soar_Rachel and Stephen Midcalf

International Conferences:

SADS UK held the 1st International SADS Conference in 2002 at the Royal College of Physicians and hold annual national conferences every year. 

 Professor William McKenna       Dr A John Camm        Dr Mary Sheppard

Professor William McKenna      Professor A John Camm             Dr. Marry Sheppard 

   Professor of Cardiology            Professor of Clinical           Consultant Histopathologist     
                                                         Cardiology           

        

 
The 1st International SADS Conference brought together eminent cardiologists, pathologists and geneticists to share research and updates from around the globe. Participants included Dr G Michael Vincent, Professor Bill McKenna, Dr Andrew Grace, Dr Elijah Behr, Professor A John Camm, Dr Carlo Napolitano, Dr Vince Paul, Professor Peter Schwartz, Dr Edward Rowland, Katherine Timothy, Dr Mary Sheppard, Pathologist, Alice Lara SADS Foundation, Pamela Husband and Anne Jolly, Founders of Canadian SADS and SADS UK respectively. This most valuable conference was a catalyst for a cascade of conferences debating sudden and unexpected premature death. SADS UK holds two conferences every year. Iink to report of the conference


 

The cardiac charity SADS UK and the College of Paramedics have come together to present, 'Emergency First Responding; is it the future?' on the 4th May at Lifeconnections 2012.   Presentations includes having lifesaving defibrillators in schools together with training, the role of Community First Responders, Public Access Defibrillators as well as London Ambulance Services work in their community.  Further information can be found on www.lifeconnections.uk.com or email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 


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