ECCU 2015 Conference will Feature Coverage of New Resuscitation Guidelines
December 8-11, 2015, the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update (ECCU) will hold a conference at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego to discuss the new Resuscitation Guidelines for CPR Instructors. The 2015 conference will be held shortly after the release of the new updates to help improve the rate of survival through CPR. With a pre-conference workshop held December 7-8, 2015 and the ECCU Conference,CPR instructors, practitioners, survivors, and researchers will come together to learn and network to inspire others with these life-saving skills.
The ECCU 2015 Conference
For the past 30 years, ECCU has worked to connect CPR professionals and survivals to educate and showcase the beauty of saving lives with CPR. With this year’s conference, ECCU will feature more than 50 cardiac arrest survivors who owe their lives to CPR in order to raise awareness. The survivors and CPR professionals will march as one from the Manchester Grand Hyatt to the San Diego Civic Center to promote CPR education and training.
In addition to the march, the conference and workshops will discuss the new 2015 Resuscitation Guidelines through speeches by researchers, authors, and world-renowned speakers. This will help promote CPR education through a world-wide network of more than 1,500 faculty and colleagues and 40 industry-related exhibitors. Plus, there will be educational and interactive workshops led by leading experts to improve CPR performance, methodology, and community response.
The ECCU 2015 conference is the perfect opportunity for healthcare professionals, First Responders, Community Advocates and leaders, CPR survivors, Firefighters, and city officials to band together to promote the survival rate through CPR.
To take part in this important event, join ECCU at the conference on December 8-11, 2015 and attend the pre-conference workshops December 7-8 2015. Learn from the experts how these new guidelines will enhance CPR survival rates.
“CPR Saves Lives March” Citizen CPR Foundation
“2015 Resuscitation Guidelines: Translating Science into Survival” Citizen CPR Foundation