In response to a Zaobao reader’s query on teaching the public on how to use an AED, we shared that our staff have been providing free training for the public. Schools have also started training students, so that young children can step forward to help in a medical emergency when they witness one, such as […]
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How We Save A Heart When we unveiled our DARE app in May, we also launched the accompanying children’s book. Called “How We Save A Heart”, the book is key to our campaign At The Heart of The Matter. After all if we teach children to be brave & kind, they might grow up free of […]
We are delighted that as part of Grab’s measures to bolster health and safety for their staff and partner drivers, Grab aims to train 500 of their drivers and partners with CPR and AED skills. And yes that is what we do best! Now, more lives can potentially be saved when everyone is equipped with […]
Watch Dr Jade Kua, DARE Programme Director, demonstrate how to perform CPR and use AED on cardiac arrest victims! [Source: Zaobao]
The DARE team made their presence felt on 26 May 2018 at the Toa Payoh Hub when they set up a roadshow to educate members of the public on what they can do in a cardiac arrest situation. The carnival was graced by the Guest of Honour Mr Amrin Amin, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry […]
In response to a Straits Times reader on conducting CPR training in schools, Programme Director Dr Jade Kua shares with readers on what students in Primary and Secondary schools have been exposed to. Click here to read the reply. [Source: Straits Times]
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Simplified CPR does not require mouth-to-mouth ventilations and is just as effective in helping to save cardiac arrest victims’ lives. Anyone can learn this life-saving skill, through the DARE Programme, in just 1 hour! Sign up for a free DARE training today! [Sources:-] Zaobao Zaobao Online Wanbao
In a recent Straits Times article dated 26 September 2017, it was noted in the article that to use an AED, certification is required. We have helped to clarify that Anyone can use an AED on a cardiac arrest victim. Remember to call 995 and stay on the line with the 995 specialist. #daretosaveaheart
The CPRcard is a credit-card sized device that is used on a cardiac arrest victim while perform chest compression. With the handy CPRcard in tow, saving lives could be more effective….[read on more about the CPRcard] [Sources: -] Straits Times Online(1) Straits Times Online (2) Today Online (1) Today Online (2) Shin Min Zaobao Wanbao […]