​Contact: Patrick Allen, ACP(f)

ROSC70 Project Coordinator


If you are interested in using your medical knowledge, expertise and research skills; taking CPR and life saving to the next level and, are willing to volunteer your time, this is the project for you!

The ROSC70 Project is a ground breaking project in Ontario designed to improve our return of spontaneous circulation percentage rates, achieving a number greater than or equal to 70% of all cardiac arrests. ROSC70 is a non profit project whose work is designed for the betterment of our community and not our pocket book. Through high quality CPR, partnerships with several levels of government and key stakeholders, our goal is to become the leader in resuscitation. Our project is looking for stakeholders, researchers, physicians, nurses, paramedics interested in forming the committee driving ROSC70. Stakeholders might be paramedic service chiefs, Police services, fire services, teaching hospital researchers, Heart & Stroke Foundation, physicians, long term care facility staff, physician assistants, hospital administrators and executive, aviation medicine, Minister of Health & Long Term Care. We would also look to professional organizations such as the College of Physicians & Surgeons Ontario, College of Nurses Ontario, Paramedic Chiefs of Ontario to name a few.

​ROSC70 is in it's early stages of planning, recruitment and design/structure. The project needs to gain momentum on all levels of our community from public schools to teaching hospitals.


Recruitment for this project closes initially on July 1, 2017, however, the group is always open to new ideas and changes as required.

Kick off date would be January 1, 2018

Review Date: July 1, 2018

Publishing date: September 1, 2018