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World Heart Federation (WHF) Strategic member partner American Heart Association (AHA) conducted a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training for the WHF team on October 22. We were delighted and thankful to receive such life-saving education from the world leader in CPR training.
Some important points mentioned were the following:
We recommend that you take these points into account and watch the demonstration video, as well as request a course suited to your needs, since this one act can actually save lives! Thank you once again to the amazing AHA team, Marida, Marco and Glenn.
When it comes to heart health, women are still being left behind
Raising awareness of rare diseases
Update from the 144th Session of the WHO Executive Board