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Restart a Heart Day

Learn to restart a heart, have a go and save a life

Restart a Heart Day aims to raise awareness on the importance of knowing how to restart a heart using CPR and an automatic external defibrillator (AED).

Only one in 10 people survive cardiac arrest so we need your help to improve the odds in an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.

Each October, we hold training events to help Tasmanians learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and help save a life. Information on events is usually available from the beginning of September each year.

For more information about Restart a Heart Day, visit www.restartaheart.net


Resources


DRSABCD


Join our team + CALL, PUSH, SHOCK

Julie's Story

Watch CALL PUSH SHOCK on YouTube
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Watch Julie's Story on YouTube
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Early Access to Defibrillation

Watch Early Access to Defibrillation on YouTube
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Learn CPR

Learning to perform CPR and use an AED could save the life of someone you love.  To find out more about CPR courses available in Tasmania please visit


Supported by St John, Australian Resuscitation Council, Heart Foundation, Paramedics Australasia, University of Tasmania, Australian Red Cross, Ambulance Tasmania