Emergency University and FAA Chosen to Present at Citizen CPR Foundation/Emergency Cardiac Care Update 2015 on:
"A Systems Approach for PAD Program Implementation" and "Creating ‘Willing’ Responders: Incorporating Behavioral Science Principles into PAD Program Education"
December 2, 2015 - REDWOOD CITY, CA/PRNewswire-iReach - Despite the widespread availability of Automated External Defibrillators in the community and AED training at an all time high,
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) survival rates have remained stagnant for the past decade. Statistics show that fewer than 2% of SCA victims receive the vital benefit of bystander CPR and the
attachment of an AED before Emergency Services arrive. Without response, there is no survival. Emergency University (EU) has endeavored to change this
unfortunate scenario by developing training strategies for success.
Emergency University, an innovator in Emergency Response System design, blended emergency medical training and innovative response technologies, has incorporated its best practices and
cutting-edge technologies into their comprehensive Worksafe™ Program. The Program has proven to quickly facilitate
a planned, practiced and organized emergency medical response 100% of the time. EU’s research has shown that in addition
to learning the basic skills, the affective aspect of education must be incorporated into the training methodology to turn risk-averse bystanders into "willing" and capable
Thomas T. Holloway, Ph.D., Manager of Employee Safety & Health Services for the Federal Aviation Administration, and Emergency University’s Medical
Director Dr. Odelia Braun and Director of Training Frank Poliafico, R.N. will present their research findings on "A Systems Approach for PAD
Program Implementation" and " Creating ‘Willing’ Responders: Incorporating Behavioral Science Principles into PAD Program Education" at the upcoming
Citizen CPR Foundation-Emergency Cardiac Care Update in San Diego on December 10, 2015.
Holloway, Braun and Poliafico will discuss the successful components of the exemplar FAA PAD program, implemented six years ago nationwide into the organization’s safety culture to
ensure an effective emergency response encompassing over 250 FAA facilities, more than 48,000 employees and over 1,400 Automated External Defibrillators. The panelists will also
discuss their SCA response model and EU Alert!, a new technology designed to alert and direct trained internal responders
to improve emergency response rates, thus, saving lives. EU Alert!™, Emergency University’s patented smartphone application, is designed to provide the missing link in the chain of survival.
Provided to all employees enrolled in the Worksafe™ Program, this smartphone application immediately notifies each facility’s trained responders while pinpointing the exact
location of the closest operational AED. As statistically the most likely person to discover a cardiac arrest victim is an untrained bystander, this new technology offers untrained personnel
the ability to quickly activate the internal emergency response system to summon trained help.
About Emergency University
For more than 20 years, Emergency University has assisted both national and global corporations and government agencies in the development of effective and innovative internal emergency
response system planning and design, provided comprehensive emergency response preparedness training, as well as researched, developed and implemented AED program management solutions
with cutting-edge technological support. Emergency University’s clients report a 100% response rate versus the national average of 2%. Emergency University’s clients include the FAA, Cisco,
Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, Zynga, CSX and Norfolk Southern. More information is available by contacting 1-866-233-4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org
or by visiting http://www.emergencyuniversity.com.
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Emergency University: T. Farina 866-233-4357