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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Angela Windsor, who has taken on the role following her work at the trust as a resuscitation officer, will facilitate a push forward in the way we detect and treat sepsis and will ensure that this work is sustainable.
The CPR Counts team of (from left) Malcolm Robinson with course assistant Barbara Caine, Mike Bennett, lead resuscitation officer for Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, and course assistant Dawn Caine
| The CPR Counts team of (from left) Malcolm with course assistant Barbara Caine, Mike Bennett, lead resuscitation officer for Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, and course assistant Dawn Caine.
I used to be a Resuscitation Officer and Clinical Skills Instructor at University Hospitals of Leicesterand have worked closely with EMAS and A&E and know the necessity for prompt professional expertise for victims of trauma out in the community.
Poignantly, Sandra's job as a senior resuscitation officer with NHS Grampian involves ensuring that medics have the equipment they need to save lives.
Steph Willis and Nicci Ross, who is a senior resuscitation officer at University Hospitals of Leicester, set up the classes after being shocked by the death of five-year-old Charlie Dunn following an incident at Bosworth Water Park in July.
Kevin, a resuscitation officer for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, said: "It was a great turnout from riders and we had a few classic cars join the convoy as well.
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.
Taking part in the defibrillator training at Ysgol Clocaenog are (l to r) Ollie Bean (parent) and Tim Gardner (resuscitation officer)
([dagger]) R.N., B.H.Sc., Dip.Mgt, Cert.Amb., 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.