Every year over 3,500 people around Scotland are treated by the Ambulance Service after having a cardiac arrest. Unfortunately only around 1 in 12 people will survive.
Doing CPR can at least double the chances of survival. So let’s be ready. We’re asking you to say ‘I’ll do it’ and be one of 500,000 people in Scotland getting trained in CPR.
More about the strategy
11 Feb 2019
These pupils are spreading the message of life-saving CPR on the Isle of Lewis and beyond!
31 Dec 2018
From shopping to sports centres, Commonwealth Games to the European Championships, schools to nurseries and Scottish Craft Butchers, This Morning TV appearances, MPs, MSPs and with the help of Carol Smilie, and The Proclaimers, together in 2018 we’ve taken the CPR message well over 500 miles linking communities across Scotland with one clear message, that […]
18 Dec 2018
We are finishing off the year with great news!
Since beginning the Save a Life for Scotland campaign in 2015, our amazing partners and supporters have equipped more than 300,000 Scottish people with CPR skills. What a milestone!
06 Dec 2018
At the 2018 Scottish Public Service Awards, the Save a Life for Scotland partnership, the Leith Agency, and Scottish Government won the Communications Award.
05 Nov 2018
Scottish Charity, Lucky2BHere has been celebrating the saving of three Highlands & Islands lives in just five days.
The pupils of Lionel School are proud to have their very own defibrillator and to have received Emergency Life Supp… https://t.co/D9TzL9riDf
Save a Life for Scotland goes Gaidhlig! Check out Ness + Shader Community First Responders version of SALFS "Do You… https://t.co/tLJE5uXzM2
RT @Cardiac_Science: “You have given me the chance to watch my daughter grow and for her to have a mum. The gratitude that fills my hear… https://t.co/cfsiMDpp62
'I think everyone should learn it. Something could happen to you mum or dad or anyone.' - Cayden Mcauley. Cayden's… https://t.co/5LA8XF8TzJ