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Athletics Department Offers CPR Training

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Athletics Department Offers CPR Training

Students practice cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures on both infant and adult CPR manikins during a free University Hospital instructional course hosted by the Oberlin Sports Medicine Department last Monday. Oberlin students, faculty, and staff arrived at the Knowlton Athletics Complex Social Space at 6 p.m. to learn various life-saving techniques to prepare for a potential emergency situation. At least two members of each Oberlin club-sport team were encouraged to attend, along with other organizations on campus that openly recommended the training. The event was attended by over 70 people — many more than the expected 40.

Students practice cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures on both infant and adult CPR manikins during a free University Hospital instructional course hosted by the Oberlin Sports Medicine Department last Monday. Oberlin students, faculty, and staff arrived at the Knowlton Athletics Complex Social Space at 6 p.m. to learn various life-saving techniques to prepare for a potential emergency situation. At least two members of each Oberlin club-sport team were encouraged to attend, along with other organizations on campus that openly recommended the training. The event was attended by over 70 people — many more than the expected 40.

Meg Parker

Students practice cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures on both infant and adult CPR manikins during a free University Hospital instructional course hosted by the Oberlin Sports Medicine Department last Monday. Oberlin students, faculty, and staff arrived at the Knowlton Athletics Complex Social Space at 6 p.m. to learn various life-saving techniques to prepare for a potential emergency situation. At least two members of each Oberlin club-sport team were encouraged to attend, along with other organizations on campus that openly recommended the training. The event was attended by over 70 people — many more than the expected 40.

Meg Parker

Meg Parker

Students practice cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures on both infant and adult CPR manikins during a free University Hospital instructional course hosted by the Oberlin Sports Medicine Department last Monday. Oberlin students, faculty, and staff arrived at the Knowlton Athletics Complex Social Space at 6 p.m. to learn various life-saving techniques to prepare for a potential emergency situation. At least two members of each Oberlin club-sport team were encouraged to attend, along with other organizations on campus that openly recommended the training. The event was attended by over 70 people — many more than the expected 40.

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