The Year in Review

The Year in Review

The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation distributes e-newsletters about twice a month as a free service to individuals and organizations striving to improve survival from sudden cardiac arrest. Following are links to selected 2017 newsletters that reported on key research, news and developments throughout the year.

2017 Newsletters

December 29: Are You Ready to Go to the Wall?
December 12: Creating a Culture of Action
November 28: Why Are These People Smiling?
November 16: Sexual Activity and Cardiac Arrest
October 31: MRIs Predicting Neurological Outcomes for Survivors: Is This Game Changer?
October 17: It's Official!
October 3: Rocker Tom Petty Dies from Cardiac Arrest
September 19: Defibrillation: A Shocking Update
September 5: Nine in 10 Cardiac Arrest Victims Survive in Sports Centers Equipped with AEDs
August 22: High School Sports Safety: How Does Your State Rank?
August 8: 37 States and Counting...
July 25: How to Double the Number of Cardiac Arrest Survivors
July 11: Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Want You!
June 20: Can Drones Improve Response Times for Cardiac Arrest?
June 6: What Nicole Kidman Would Like You to Know
May 23: Working Toward a National Cardiac Arrest Collaborative
May 9: Can Sudden Cardiac Arrest Be Predicted?
April 25: Have You Checked Your Defibrillators?
April 11: Are You Afraid?
March 28: Coffee, Cash and Cardiac Care
March 15: Sudden Cardiac Arrest A Show Stopper: Adele Interrupts Concert for Fan
March 1: Amazing Save Caught on Camera
February 15: 1,000 People a Day Suffer SCA in the USA
January 27: The Latest Statistics on Sudden Cardiac Arrest
January 12: Heads Up CPR: Can It Help?

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The mission of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) Foundation is to prevent death and disability from sudden cardiac arrest. The vision of the SCA Foundation is to increase awareness about sudden cardiac arrest and influence attitudinal and behavioral changes that will reduce mortality and morbidity from SCA.

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