Calling all budding Kid Researchers! 

We want you to teach your family & friends how to save a life!

CPR Kid Researcher

It’s the start of a new school year and although things might be a little bit different, CPR is just as important as ever.

We already know that kids are the best teachers, so we’ve made some tools to help kids “pay it forward” and teach others their CPR skills. Research has shown that primary-aged kids go on to share their CPR knowledge with an average of 2.5 people in their lives. So we created a tool to help kids do just that.

Check out our Kid Researcher page for videos, infographics, and activities to learn how to save a life ➡️CPR Kid Researcher

Although some of our participants might not be strong enough to perform CPR they are fantastic at showing others what to do.

We are so excited that our Kid Researcher resource been included in the Midlothian Science Festival Schools Programme this year! If you are a Midlothian school you can download the full programme here➡️ Midlothian Science Festival Schools Programme

The festival is free of charge and includes; live online workshops, interactive virtual sessions, outdoor learning activities, family learning activities, and resources to use in the classroom from a variety of STEM organisations.




7 hours ago

Join us for the final installment of Resus-O-Ween 🦇 🎃! Let's kill the stigma that's killing women and #givehercpr. We discuss some of the reasons why women are less likely to receive CPR and clear up any misconceptions.

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2 days ago

Welcome back to Resus-O-Ween 🦇 🎃! The fear of doing #CPR incorrectly often stems from a lack of confidence. Today we'll touch on confidence and provide an important reminder that you won't be alone! Your 999 call handler will talk you through CPR and stay with you until the ambulance arrives.

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1 week ago

Join us for Resus-O-Ween 🦇 🎃! Today we'll address one of the most common fears that keep people from performing #CPR: The fear of causing more harm than good. In our blog post, we discuss the possibility of cracking ribs and more. Read here: ... See MoreSee Less

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