Plan to boost cardiac survival rates in Grampian
A new campaign aimed at providing immediate emergency care for people who suffer cardiac arrest is being rolled out across Grampian.
The Wildcat Project, led by The Sandpiper Trust, will train 400 people in 50 locations across the region.
Organisers hope the network of trained responders in rural areas will save dozens of lives each year.
BBC Scotland's Rachel Massie has been finding out more about the project.
13 Apr 2015
- From the section Scotland