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Big Shock Campaign PDF Print E-mail

The SADS UK Big Shock Campaign is moving forward apace urging legislation for defibrillators in all schools. 

Maria Caulfield, MP brought forward a Private Members Bill for legislation which has its second reading on the 27th January. SADS UK urge you to support this important Bill for legislation, the goal that SADS UK has lobbied so long and hard for. 

Please write to your MP and ask them to back this Bill! We've provided an example template you can download here. Please send us a copy of your letter and any response you receive.

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Emergency Services Show 2016 PDF Print E-mail

SADS UK will once again be exhibiting, along with over 400 companies and charities, at the Emergency Services Show, NEC Birmingham on 21-22 September 2016. We look forward to speaking with you there.

SADS UK Heart to Heart Conference 2015 PDF Print E-mail

The Annual SADS UK Heart to Heart Conference will be held on 17th October 2015 at the Royal College of Nursing, 20 Cavendish Square London W1G 0RN, cost £30.

Learn more about SADS and inherited cardiac conditions, support and treatments a
vailable , as well as hear patient stories. SADS UK has received RCN Accreditation for this conference, with seven study points awarded for the day. Medical professionals can now use this conference as evidence for their Continuing Professional Development.

This conference will provide attendees with an understanding of cardiac conditions that can exist in seemingly healthy young people.  Causes of SADS will be discussed; together with the identification, treatment and management of patients who are at risk, or have suffered sudden cardiac arrest; in both prevention and emergency care situations.

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Life After Cardiac Arrest - Light at the End of the Tunnel PDF Print E-mail
"Are you and/or your family struggling to cope with life after your cardiac arrest? With the assistance of cardiac experts and lifecoach,  the aim of the meeting is to provide information and encouragement to live life to the full. 

Saturday 19th November, 1pm – 5pm. Cost £10 for individuals, £15 for couples and £20 for families

Early Bird Registration available until 31st August!
 £8 for individuals, £12 for couples, and £15 for families!

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Online Registration!

SADS UK is delighted to welcome Key Speaker Dr Amanda Varnava, Consultant Cardiologist at St Mary's Hospital to the stage where she will give a short talk about her work as a cardiologist.  Together with talks from Ken Ali from the Royal Brompton and Harefield Trust, who works in Electrophysiology and lectures about devices at Middlesex University;  patient Dalia Bukhari;  a cardiac rehab nurse and Lifecoach and lifesaver David Edmonds;  Dr Varnava will also sit on the panel to answer questions from cardiac arrest survivors and their families.

Community Public Access Defibrillators PDF Print E-mail

SADS UK is providing external heated cabinets at good prices to increase Community Public Access Defibrillation.

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Inherited Cardiac Conditions PDF Print E-mail

Nursing Study Day on  Inherited Cardiac Conditions

 Friday 25 September, 2015
 Cost: £35
 Royal Brompton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London
 Topics will include:
     - Inherited Cardiac Conditions (ICC) Services
     - Cardiomyopathies and Ion Channelopathies 
     - Familial Hypercholesterolemia
     - Investigations and Imaging
     - Family History Taking
     - Genetics and Clinical Testing
     - Genetic Counseling

This event is suitable for all cardiac nursing staff and allied health professionals.
 Please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for further information and registration details

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