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Urban Lifesavers presents Back in a Heart Beat

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12 Oct 2016

With the mission statement of no more deaths from cardiac arrest, not-for-profit Urban Lifesavers will bring the beat back to raising cardiac arrest awareness with a mass defibrillation training event at Melbourne’s Federation Square.

Coinciding with cardiac arrest awareness month in October, the Back in a Heart Beat event will take place on Wednesday 12 October to encourage everyday people to take responsibility to be an urban lifesaver by becoming better informed, more confident and willing to take action to save another person’s life.

Author of novel Back in a Heart Beat and founder of Urban Lifesavers Anne Holland said the event will raise awareness of the importance of bystanders applying automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to prevent avoidable deaths caused by sudden cardiac arrest.

Organisations are encouraged to engage their staff, friends and colleagues in this unique corporate social responsibility opportunity to participate in a lifesaving education activity.

Content: Flourish PR