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November 3, 2020

Verified Responder Summit Series: Best Practices

Collaborate with Verified Responders and Verified Responder Agencies to create a Best Practices guide for the program as well as brainstorming future program directions aimed at improving cardiac arrest survival.

Verified Responder Summit

PulsePoint Verified Responders and Verified Responder administrators are invited to join the Research Group from Seattle and King County Emergency Medical Services on Thursday, November 5th, 2020 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern as they join PulsePoint Verified Responder agencies across the United States, PulsePoint and Philips in an effort to develop Verified Responder key learnings and best practices.

Topics include implementation, recruitment, retention, and technical program aspects in an effort to learn from the diverse participating agencies and translate those learnings into improvements of the Verified Responder Program in your community and communities across North America. Additionally, each participant will break into a small group learning session lead by some of the leading researchers in the field of EMS and out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival, in order to deep-dive into critical aspects of the program.


Who: Current Verified Responders or program administrators

What: Verified Responder brainstorm and best practices sharing

Where: Zoom, register at

When: Thursday, November 5th, 2020 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern

Questions: Please email


10:00 Welcome and Introduction Tom Rea, King County Emergency Medical Services

10:10 Verified Responder Pro and Verified Responder Community Shannon Smith, PulsePoint

10:25 Small group discussion and brainstorming

11:20 Final Q&A and wrap-up

A post-event FAQ document will be sent to all participants summarizing topics discussed during the session.