We see them all the time in movies and TV-shows, heroes always seem to have this kind of appeal, even if they are not necessarily physically attractive, there is still that kind of thing about them, this irresistible appeal that naturally seeps into our brains once we witness them saving an animal or a victimised… Read More
CPR: Do You Use Your Hands or Feet?
Introduction Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is one of the most important life-saving techniques in an emergency, especially when there is no portable defibrillator around. Emergencies can include drowning accidents or a heart attack where someone has stopped breathing. Bob Trenkamp, a teacher of CPR and the President of the cardiac arrest and stroke charity Saving Lives,… Read More
New Sub-section: First Aid at Work: Guidance for Fitness Professionals
A new sub-section ‘First Aid at Work: Guidance for Fitness Professionals’ is now available under the main page heading of ‘Regulations and Qualifications’. This new sub-section provides an overview of: The 2009 and 2013 legislation changes; Current qualifications and the difference between them; Update and refresher training; Group exercise versus one-to-one personal training; and Assessment needs… Read More
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