ECCU 2012 Enticing Facebook Fans

Through July 20, those who Like the conference's page have a chance to win free registration for the Sept. 11-15 event.

A few minutes of your time spent online could win you free registration for ECCU 2012, the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update Conference taking place Sept. 11-15 at the Rosen Shingle Creek resort in Orlando, Fla. Through July 20, event organizers are offering a chance to win free registration by going to http://www.facebook.com/eccu.save, Liking the page, and then filling out an entry form.

The event is an excellent learning opportunity for those interested in the latest on CPR and resuscitation. Session presenters will address e-learning and blended solutions for trainers, CPR as it's practiced around the world, improving in-hospital resuscitation, and how to teach elderly people to perform CPR. A plenary session on Sept. 13 will try to answer the question, "Where do we stand on hands-only CPR?"

The conference includes an exhibit hall. It is presented by the Citizen CPR Foundation in cooperation with the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross, and the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada.

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