CPR Week Twitter Chat and Giveaway

In honor of CPR Week, please join us for a special Twitter Chat with the American Heart Association.  While many of us learned CPR in Girls Scouts, swim class, high school first aid class, we likely have not learned the updated Hands Only CPR. With 80% of sudden cardiac arrests happening in the home, CPR is something that everyone should know how to perform correctly.  It takes just a minute to learn how to save a life!  I hope that you’ll be able to join us for the…

CPR Week Twitter Chat with the American Heart Association

When: Tuesday, June 7th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. ET

Where: #HandsOnlyCPR

How: Follow @American_Heart and @ResourcefulMom while tweeting with the tag during the event hour.


Ten participants will be randomly chosen to win an American Heart Association CPR Anytime Kit.


Special Guests

Danielle Cortes Devito, Danielle Cortes DeVito is a former Chicago Fire Department Paramedic and the founder of CPR in Chicago, formerly Heart Savers and Educators. A safety and workplace wellness company for organizations and individuals. Danielle is one of the nation’s top safety and leadership experts, servicing clients such as IKEA, Schneider National trucking company and Target. Danielle has coauthored a book with Loral Langemeier, the millionare maker, titled Visionary with Guts.

Bentley J. Bobrow, MD, is an associate professor of emergency medicine and practices at the Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix, Ariz. He is a member of the Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center and the Sarver Heart Center at the University of Arizona. He is the medical director for the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma System at the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Scottsdale Fire Department. He is also a volunteer member of the American Heart Association Basic Life Support Subcommittee.

Written by: Amy

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