Should British students learn first aid in school?

05/16/2011 | BBC

The British Heart Foundation is asking government officials to include life-saving skills, such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid, as part of the national curriculum. The charity says a recent survey it conducted shows that 73% of students are interested in learning such skills, and more than three-quarters of teachers and parents support its teaching.

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