Tameside Hospital Lead Resuscitation Officer Geoff Pogson demonstrated the hands-only CPR technique to patients, visitors and school children
Tameside Hospital offers CPR lessons as part of Wear Read Day
Tameside Hospital’s Lead Resuscitation Officer Geoff Pogson taught potentially life-saving CPR techniques as part of National Wear Red Day on Friday, 24 February 2012.
The following video describes in more detail what to do if you come across a person who is unconscious and not breathing. Geoff Pogson explains the steps you can take as a member of the public and answers questions raised by the audience.
A number of photos were taken on Wear Red Day showing patients, staff, Haughton Thornley Patient Participation Group, Geoff Pogson and Resusci-Annie as well as Resusci-Baby too. Click here to see further pictures too
With thanks to Geoff Pogson, Haughton Thornley Patient Participation Group, Patients, Students, Haughton Thornley staff and Resusi-Annie and Resusi-Baby – all of whom went home safely after a good days work!
If you would like further information about activities held by Haughton Thornley Patient Participation Group then please send an email to [email protected].