Join us as we recognize American Heart Month throughout February

                 

This February, we’re drawing awareness to the 58th consecutive American Heart Month, a time to reflect and advocate for heart health. We recognize everything you and your colleagues do to keep hearts beating in your patients and communities and ask you to join us in believing in our bold vision of a world where no one dies from cardiac arrest.

While cardiovascular disease continues to be the main cause of death for men and women in the United States, our mission is to save more lives from cardiac arrest. Our model of low-dose, high-frequency quality improvement sessions provide a high-reliability platform for simulation-based mastery learning. Each learner trained within our suite of digital resuscitation education solutions increases the chance for survival of a patient in a cardiovascular emergency.

While this month we are honored to highlight the achievements in cardiovascular research, education, and care, we are inspired to learn of the continued save stories our learners share with us throughout the full year – from jumping into action in a neighbor’s backyard, an airport terminal, or even an NFL pregame party, our learners are equipped with skills to provide life-saving measures.

Thank you for the vital role you play in keeping your patients and communities safe from cardiovascular disease.

On February 4, 2022, join colleagues from across the country to celebrate National Wear Red Day® to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. For more resources and information, please visit the American Heart Association website.

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