Understanding chest pain
Do you know what the signs and symptoms of a
heart attack are? Do you work in health promotion or community
If you do, you could save your life, or the life of someone you
love, by recognising the signs and calling 999.
You can use our chest pain kit as part of our Chest Pain
Programme to spread the message of heart attack awareness
to people all across the UK.
Calling 999 immediately when a heart attack is suspected will save lives and save heart muscle
Training with the chest pain kit
chest pain kit is a fantastic training
resource filled with all our chest pain information. It includes
interactive training aids to help trainers deliver their sessions
easily and effectively.
If you’re working in health promotion or community training then
this resource is for you! We also offer free trainer's
workshops to help you get the most out of using the chest
pain kit. If you'd like us to organise a workshop in your
area, then please get in touch by emailing the team at email@example.com.
The chest pain kit can be delivered to a wide audience and aims
- raise awareness of heart attack signs and
- encourage people to phone 999 immediately if
they experience these symptoms or see the signs in other
- help people overcome barriers to calling
Using the kit couldn’t be simpler. Everything
you need is in one place - we’ve even provided some session
guides to help you plan your training. We’ve made sure it’s
flexible - you can follow our step-by-step
guides, or use the kit in a way that suites your own style and
Order a kit now!
chest pain kit online
Call the BHF Order Line on 0870 600
Tell us how it went
If you are using the kit - we want you to tell us about
it. Please take a few minutes to fill in our evaluation
form. Your feedback will help us shape future editions of the
Fill in the chest pain kit
Join the group
If you’re using the Chest pain kit, or thinking about it and
would like to talk to people who are, then join our online
community group. The
chest pain kit - trainers group on our online community is a
great place to share tips, swap ideas, access useful documents and
stay in touch with us.
Signing up to the community is easy, and best of all, it’s
If you would like to get involved in any element of our Chest
Pain Programme, or find out more about our work then please get in
touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.