Imagine if we could reduce the mortality rate from one of the nation's leading killers by up to 40 percent. That's the impact we can have when we raise awareness about the importance of early defibrillation and immediate bystander action.
We invite you to use these resources to educate yourself and others about SCA. Check back often as we add new products on a regular basis.
Keep It Beating CPR/AED Program
We want to teach you…to SAVE A LIFE!
Click here to learn more about SCAA's Keep It Beating program, which helps students, teachers, parents, coaches, and athletic directors to raise awareness of sudden cardiac arrest, the importance of giving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and using automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to saves lives.
The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association offers several items to educate the public and award heroes. Visit our Products
section to purchase SCAA merchandise.
Looking for sudden cardiac arrest videos, audio, or publications? The Multimedia
page contains medical information and SCAA News. If it's a video or audio about SCA, it's here.
Learn about the biology of the heart and the science behind sudden cardiac arrest in our Educational Materials
section. Get a better understanding of what sudden cardiac arrest is, why it happens, and how you can prevent it from claiming another life.
For a more personal approach to your sudden cardiac arrest education, try our Speakers Bureau
. Here you can request an experienced speaker for your organization, hospital, school, or company on a wide variety of topics related to sudden cardiac arrest. You may also complete an application to be included in our speakers bureau for future events.
Not finding the information you're looking for on our site? Visit one of our Related Links
. Here you will find outside materials about raising sudden cardiac arrest awareness and preventing death. If you have a link you'd like to share, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you or a loved one suffered sudden cardiac arrest, you're not alone. SCAA's Online Community
gives SCA survivors and those affected by sudden cardiac arrest a place to seek support, advice, and fellowship.