Resuscitation Officer

Resuscitation Officer

A non-doctor health professional—e.g., a nurse—who conducts training in resuscitation techniques, attends cardiac arrests and manages staff to ensure they are trained in resuscitation.
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So the couple took part in a rare, three-way exchange which meant Craig's kidney was donated to a stranger and resuscitation officer Helen received another stranger's healthy kidney in return.
I have been a resuscitation officer for 16 years at the front end, ensuring staff react to cardiac arrests in the best way possible in attempt to save lives.
Honorary Senior Clinical Tutor, Department of Anaesthesiology, The University of Auckland; Resuscitation Officer, Auckland City Hospital and Starship Children's Health and Advanced Lifeguard, Surf Life Saving New Zealand.
Resuscitation officer and clinical skills lead at Walsall Hospital, England, Jevon offers guidance for dealing with medical emergencies that may or may not be related to the dental work being performed, but must be dealt with by the dental professionals on the scene.
The vital emergency first aid training is delivered by Walsall Manor Hospital's resuscitation officer Phil Jevon.
The 6ft model is doing the rounds in wards, surgeries and classes in Moray with resuscitation officer Sandra McKandie.
Resuscitation officer Claire Roberts said: "Without the support and generosity of the League of Friends, the purchase of this equipment would not have been possible.
Adele Young, community resuscitation officer for the service, said: "The importance of the right care, at the right place at the right time for the patients is fundamental to the work of NEAS.
Jevon is resuscitation officer and clinical skills lead at The Manor Hospital, UK.
Senior resuscitation officer Kevin McCusker was fined at
Now, after more than 27 years with the ambulance service, he has returned to the University Hospital of North Tees as a resuscitation officer.