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Stride with SADS UK in Hyde Park, London to raise awareness and funds to STOP SADS on Sunday May 8th 2022. Find out more here

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SADS UK partnership in a lifesaving programme to help improve survival rates after a cardiac arrest is being supported with almost £2.5m over the next three years by the Welsh Government.

SADS UK is proud to be a part of the North Wales Partnership to help save lives across Wales. We are pleased that the Welsh Government will be providing almost £2.5m towards a lifesaving programme to help improve survival rates after a cardiac arrest.  The funding will raise awareness about the cardiac arrest chain of survival and fund new educational and training resources, including improving public access to defibrillators. 

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Statement from Anne Jolly MBE, Founder of SADS UK - Christian Erikson Sudden Cardiac Arrest

STATEMENT FROM ANNE JOLLY (MBE) FOUNDER OF SADS UK FOLLOWING THE SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST OF DANISH FOOTBALLER CHRISTIAN ERIKSON

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Funded by SADS UK, Heartwize Essex were pleased to deliver CPR and Defibrillator training to Year 10 pupils at Westcliff High School for boys

Funded by SADS UK, Heartwize Essex were pleased to deliver CPR and Defibrillator training to Year 10 pupils at Westcliff High School for boys creating a generation of lifesavers.

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SADS UK Annual National Defibrillator Lifesavers Awards

SADS honour people in the community who have saved lives by the prompt use of basic life support skills and applying defibrillation.

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SADS UK Defibrillators in Schools Campaign reaches twenty five million people

The Cardiac charity SADS UK's Big Shock campaign alerted parents to how few schools have defibrillators(potentially lifesaving equipment) in place.

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The location of all defibrillators should be registered on a National Database

The Government must fund a National Database giving the location of all new or replacement defibrillators installed.

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