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ECSI's Top 5 Things to Remember About the CPR Guidelines Transition

  1. The 2015 CPR and ECC Guidelines have been released, but you don't have to worry about implementing all the changes just yet. 
    Resuscitation scientists and experts worldwide work together to provide these guidelines to continuously improve cardiac resuscitation efforts and ultimately, save more lives. The release of new medical recommendations in the guidelines does not imply that the use of previous recommendations is not effective or unsafe, so...

  2. Our current ECSI training programs are still safe and effective resources to rely on!
    Check out our ECSI Training Catalog for a complete list of available resources.

  3. We will be rolling out a new line of ECSI training programs starting in early 2016. 
    Changes to our ECSI training programs do not happen immediately. Our team of authors and subject matter experts are currently working on a new line of training materials that will be released in early 2016 to cover the latest medical recommendations outlined in the 2015 Guidelines. 

  4. We will communicate with you regularly to keep you up-to-date. 
    Whether you're looking for a schedule of release dates on our new training programs or would like a step-by-step process of how the ECSI Online Instructor Update will work—we have you covered. Make sure you sign up to receive ECSI email communication, check back for updates on our ECSI blog, and become a fan of our ECSI Facebook page for regular and timely updates.

  5. We're here to help make the transition process EASY.
    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us today:
    800-716-7264  |  info@ECSInstitute.org


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