Citizen CPR Foundation announces Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit

EMS, fire and law enforcement track will feature situational training and techniques to improve out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest

SAN DIEGO — The Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit, December 7-10, 2021 in San Diego, unites leaders in resuscitation education and implementation to present the latest science, training and community response to help fire, EMS and law enforcement personnel save more lives from out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest.  

The Summit 2021 core program committee has curated a lineup of plenary and concurrent sessions, as well as workshops, to ensure attendees are equipped with the life-saving knowledge they need. 

“Wherever you are – or suddenly find yourself – on the chain of survival, you’ll find Summit 2021 sessions tailored to you,” Ed Racht, MD, chief medical officer, Global Medical Response and American Medical Response, and Summit 2021 program chair, said. 

Registration is open for the 2021 Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit in San Diego.
Registration is open for the 2021 Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit in San Diego. (Citizen CPR Foundation)

This year’s event features four learning tracks that deliver innovative, targeted content and best practices to key audience groups along the chain of survival. The tracks include: 

  • EMS, Fire and Law Enforcement: Public Safety Challenges and Innovations  

  • Resuscitation Education: Science, Implementation and Innovation 

  • Hospital: Clinical Challenges and Innovations 

  • Community Strategies and Survivorship: Engagement, Awareness and Support 

Summit 2021 attendees will have full access to all of this year’s sessions, as well as additional programming that encourages networking, discussion and friendly debate. Highlights include: 

  • Survivor- and community-focused programming, including a CPR Saves Lives Rally and a celebration of frontline healthcare workers 

  • Awards and recognition, including the People Saving People Award, the William H. Montgomery Award, this year’s 40 Under 40 class and Hans Dahll Award winners 

  • Continuing education credits are available for more than 60 qualified sessions, just in time for 2021 end-of-year requirements 

  • In-depth pre-conference workshops to help attendees focus on a particular area of expertise, including HEARTSafe community designations, advanced law enforcement cardiac response, improved SCA response in schools, post-arrest care, and updates from the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross 

Every two years, the Citizen CPR Foundation holds its international Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit, formerly the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update (ECCU). Summit 2021 registration is available now. The event website also includes a link to the full agenda, details on the event location, featured speakers and more.  

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