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AV debuts Cardiac Arrest Improvement Strategy on global stage

June 17, 2024 | in News

The head of AV6K成人网鈥檚 (AV) research team travelled to New Zealand to share the organisation鈥檚 ambitious plan to improve cardiac arrest survival rates with experts from the Asia-Pacific region.

Dr Ziad Nehme was one of the experts who presented at the New Zealand Resuscitation Council Conference in Wellington on 14 and 15 June.

The biannual event attracts hundreds of senior leaders and healthcare professionals and focusses on the latest developments in resuscitation and first aid.

A man on stage at a conference giving a presentation on a topic about cardiac arrest.

AV6K成人网鈥檚 Director of Research and Evaluation Dr Ziad Nehme presented the organisation鈥檚 plans to improve cardiac arrest survival rates at the New Zealand Resuscitation Council Conference recently.

Dr Nehme presented AV鈥檚 to hundreds of healthcare leaders, the first time it has been shared with an international audience.

The strategy aims to improve cardiac arrest survival rates by 30 per cent over the next five years.

Dr Nehme said AV6K成人网 was leading the way in analysing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cardiac arrest survival rates and bystander intervention.

鈥淲e鈥檙e putting forward a plan for the next five years that will contribute to improving patient outcomes,鈥 Dr Nehme said.

鈥淎V is recognised as a global leader in high-performance CPR and out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, so there is considerable interest from other services as to how they can learn from our methods to improve patient outcomes in their respective regions.鈥

conference ran from 14-15 June.

AV鈥檚 Cardiac Arrest Improvement Strategy was recently announced as finalist in the 2024 Council of Ambulance Authorities (CAA) Awards for Excellence.