Also known as Dispatcher-Assisted first REsponder, this hands-on programme allows participants to learn how to co-operate with the 995 specialists, perform chest compressions and use an AED on a cardiac arrest victim.
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Do you know what to do if someone has a cardiac arrest? The DARE app will help you every step of the way, from calling 995 and starting CPR, to locating and using an AED. Download it now!
The DARE Programme is an initiative fully funded by MOH and implemented by the Unit for Pre-hospital Emergency Care (UPEC) to strengthen responsiveness for medical emergencies and to raise the level of preparedness in the community.