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We are dedicated to bringing you the latest information on developments that impact our field. The National CPR Association blog is packed with useful information and trending news about the latest medical developments that impact you and your career.


We seek to educate and inform the public and health care professionals about news related to CPR/AED, Blood Borne Pathogens and First Aid. Our goal is providing you with an industry leading resource on not only items related to our training and certification, but also important lifesaving topics. We encourage our members to use social media to link to and share our stories.


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Click below to read a few of our latest blog entries.

Forgotten why you Chose Nursing? Here are some Reminders!

Posted On March 28, 2017

Being a nurse can sometimes feel like a much ignored, thankless profession. When you get down, these motivational nurse quotes can remind you why you chose the career! It is inexplicable that there are people who look down on nursing and nurses as somehow being an inferior piece of the puzzle that makes up the healthcare industry. The too often Read more

Common Medical Inaccuracies in Medical Dramas

Posted On March 21, 2017

We may all be down for a marathon viewing of House MD or Grey's Anatomy, but remember that what you see should not be taken as valid medical techniques or advice! When it comes to medical care, hearing "I've seen this on TV," isn't something that instills comfort or confidence in anyone. When it comes to CPR, this especially true. Read more

Choosing a New Doctor? Here are the Questions You Should Ask

Posted On March 14, 2017

Whether you have moved, changed insurance companies, or your doctor has retired, sometimes you have to choose a new physician. How do you select the best one for you? The process of finding a new primary care doctor is often stressful. While recommendations are good, and for some their gut instinct is enough to make a decision, you might require Read more

Achieving Success with the ACLS Test

Posted On March 7, 2017

About to certify or recertify for ACLS, studying properly before the test can make all the difference in the world, improving your chances of excelling on the first try. A main component of any emergency medical treatment program is Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). ACLS is a program that most healthcare providers are required to certify through and then recertify Read more
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