Hands-only CPR

In 2012 we worked with Vinnie Jones to help us teach the nation how to do Hands-only CPR: pushing hard and fast on the chest without giving rescue breaths.

As there's a benefit in giving rescue breaths, our new Call Push Rescue training model teaches how to do it. However, if you’d prefer not to give rescue breaths Hands-only CPR is still likely to increase a person’s chance of survival and it’s definitely better than doing nothing.