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Our Partners

Laerdal collaborates with the AHA on large-scale projects including the distribution of more than 1 million CPR Anytime kits to train schoolchildren, HeartCode eSimulation courses, and the Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) program.

Our alliance with the AAP has resulted in the development of several simulators designed to support the Newborn Resuscitation Program (NRP), e-learning programs, and the suite of Helping Babies Survive educational modules.

Jhpiego is a non-profit health organisation affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University. Laerdal Global Health supports Jhpiego in developing and implementing the Helping Mothers Survive Programs.

Laerdal has worked with the British Heart Foundation for over a decade, and formalised their relationship in 2014 with the Nation of Lifesavers initiative. This collaboration aims to ensure that CPR skills are learnt across the nation, through schools, workplaces and in the community and has resulted in over 148,000 of Call Push Rescue Mini Anne CPR kits utilised. Laerdal and the BHF continue to work together to develop programmes and activities to achieve our aligned missions.

Laerdal works with HealthStream to deliver the SimCenter simulation management system platform and on distribution of HeartCode courses.

For 20 years, Laerdal has worked with Philips Healthcare on projects like HeartStart automated external defibrillators and Q-CPR technologies.

Laerdal is the strategic partner of the NLN for patient simulation training for nursing education in the United States.

Stavanger Acute medicine Foundation for Education and Research (SAFER) was established in 2005 together with the University of Stavanger, Stavanger University Hospital and Laerdal Medical. In 2016 alone, training activities surpassed 12,000 participant days.

The Global Resuscitation Alliance (GRA) is a global network of experts focused on collaborating to increase survival from sudden cardiac arrest. The participants commit themselves to the goal of increasing survival rates by 50 percent.