A third first-aiders are not willing to become cpr
Of all the people who have a first aid degree, more than a third are not prepared anyone to give cpr. The Red Cross notes that after a research of TNS-NIPO among more than a thousand people.
It has no explanation as to why, but 64 percent want intervention. Of the people without first aid training is only 16 percent willing someone to resuscitate.
Unconsciousness says almost 80 percent of the people with a proper education want to help. More than 30 percent without a diploma, does the than not to to offer help. In a hemorrhage, the percentage is 75 versus 40.
The Red Cross will find the results dramatically, because right in the first minutes after an accident are vital. “From our own experience we know that people without a degree often do not know what they should do or that they are afraid to make mistakes,” said a spokeswoman.
Not everyone wants to resuscitate
Of all the people who have a first aid degree, more than a third are not prepared anyone to give cpr.
The Red Cross notes that after a research of TNS-NIPO among more than a thousand people.
It has no explanation as to why, but 64 percent want intervention.
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According to the zegsvrouw were the results from a similar study four years ago less disappointing. The response organisation calls the extra disconcerting that very few people consider a first aid course to do.
The Red Cross sells itself first aid courses and want that now is better to the man. Because people often find that they are too expensive, too intensive or too complicated, offers the Red Cross the course on the internet. On a special first aid app includes tips for emergencies.