INTERNATIONAL BEST RESEARCHER AWARD -Descriptive Research Study on Importance of Telephone Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest in India

” My name is Jyothi venkatesan.I was born in Chittoor Town, Andhra Pradesh in 1987 and graduated from Kakatiya University in 2007.
I obtained my Post graduation program in Emergency care from GVK EMRI under Stanford University in 2009.
Currently working as a clinical instructor in simulation lab for Malla Reddy Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, I am specialized in both the simulation technologies and methods used in the planning, preparation, and execution of simulation-based healthcare training and education events.
I have worked with GVK EMRI as an advanced paramedic in Emergency Room for 7 years and 6 years of teaching Experience in training the paramedics.3 Years of Experience in simulation-based education.
In the year 2013 GVK EMRI, Tamil Nadu has recognized the services and awarded for stabilizing critical patients and saving more lives in Emergency Care Centre.
In the year 2015 received certificate of appreciation as an best Emergency care centre coordinator for the effort and significant contribution to the mission of saving precious lives.
Presented research paper in EMCON on Role of Emergency care centers in Emergency Medical services.
Published research paper on Importance of Telephone CPR in out of hospital cardiac arrest in India.
This is clearly one of the most significant events of my professional career. Thank you ISSN for recognizing the hard work.”