The first few minutes after a major medical emergency are critical for survival, and emergency personnel aren’t always the first ones on the scene. To educate the general public on basic life-saving skills, the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) created Until Help Arrives, a one-hour training course taught by emergency physicians in their local communities. More than 470 certified instructors are now participating across the country.
Visit ACEP's Until Help Arrives website at untilhelparrives.org, which is being developed as a helpful tool for instructors as they prepare to plan for and host trainings. Instructor resources are currently being distributed by Simulab through an instructor portal.