A Multicentre Cross-sectional Study: of the public's willingness to provide the necessary resuscitation in real situations of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest aft er receiving appropriate education and the possible factors that could affect their willingness
This study is organized by Human Resuscitation Organization
A cross-sectional study: The effect of implementing “Kids Save Life Program” on knowledge and willingness to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation among students.
This study is registered in KSA with Ref. No.: H1RI-11-Jun23-01
An international cross-sectional study: to evaluate the Arab community members and healthcare professionals’ knowledge and attitudes toward cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for women. Also, to identify barriers or challenges and enablers that may hinder or improve CPR rate for women in Arab countries.
This study is organized by Jordan University of Science and Technology
This study is registered in Jordan with ID: 642-2023
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