• In our latest 7 Questions instalment, we interview experienced women's health worker and OHCA activist, Libby Johnston, to learn her perspective on OHCA, CPR in education and her future hopes of making a positive difference. [...]

  • 7 Questions : Phil Knight

    In our latest "7 Questions" post, we talk with Litigation's Lawyer and First Responder Phil Knight to learn his perspective on cardiac arrest, his experiences as a First Responder and how we can help improve the survival statistics.

  • In our third edition of our "7 Questions" series, we chat to Olympian and defibshop Ambassador Zoe Gillings-Brier as she shares her views on cardiac arrest, cardiac screening for athletes and paediatric First Aid - a topic particularly close to her heart since recently becoming a mum. [...]

  • 7 Questions : Tracy Tyson

    Cardiac arrest is an incredibly frightening occurrence of which no one is immune, not even children.

    In the second edition of our "7 Questions" series, we were lucky enough to speak with Tracy Tyson, a mother whose son tragically suffered a cardiac arrest 3 years ago, but thankfully survived thanks to her quick actions to administer CPR and a shock from a defibrillator delivered by paramedics at the scene. [...]

  • 7 Questions : Tobi Alabi

    Tobi Alabi is an ex professional footballer who tragically suffered a cardiac arrest during a match on the 15th October 2013 aged just 19.

    In our first edition of our "7 Questions" series, we were thrilled to have the opportunity to chat  with the former footballer, learn more about the Heart4More Foundation and how he plans to help raise awareness to reduce the fatalities of cardiac arrest. [...]