Save a Life for Scotland

Every year over 3,000 people around Scotland are treated by the Ambulance Service after having a cardiac arrest. Unfortunately only around 1 in 10 people will survive.

Starting CPR saves lives.

Starting CPR can at least double the chances of survival. We all have the power to make a difference. You can learn from home or in a face to face setting, it’s up to you. By taking the time to learn these skills you could save a life one day. So will you become one of the million people learning how to Save a Life for Scotland? Yes, I’ll do it!

More about the campaign and our partners.

So far we've equipped


How we're doing it

Scottish Rugby Skilled up as Scottish Lifesavers!

03 Aug 2021

Scotland’s men’s Rugby Squad have been some taking time out of their training to learn CPR! Find out about how they learnt, why they learnt, and watch their video to learn alongside them.

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CPR Kid Researcher in Action

18 Jun 2021

Carmuirs P1 have been busy. They have been learning CPR and sharing their new skills online! Check out their fantastic video demonstrating all the steps you need to save a life. READ MORE

PADs Scotland Group

22 Apr 2021

Do you or your organisation manage or support Public Access Defibrillators (PADs) in Scotland?
If you’ve answered yes to the above, consider joining the new virtual group PADs Scotland READ MORE

A New Strategy for Scotland

23 Mar 2021

After 5 years of tireless effort, the original Scottish Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Strategy has come to an end. With 640,000+ people familiarised with CPR and a 24% rise in bystander CPR, this strategy and the public effort behind it is truly to be celebrated. But we’re not finished yet.


Chain of Survival

01 Dec 2020

Join us for #Resusmas and learn about the Chain of Survival for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest! Give the gift of life if you witness someone in cardiac arrest this holiday season.


CPR – The same but different

12 Oct 2020

Scotland, it’s a funny time. Everything Is different but everything is still the same. You still speak to your granny but you chat to her on Zoom. You still go to the shops but everyone’s in a mask. Do you know what else is the same but different? CPR.


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