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Birmingham Black Nurses Association launches new CPR campaign for students

Birmingham Black Nurses Association Launches New CPR Campaign for Students
Birmingham Black Nurses Association Launches New CPR Campaign for Students
Updated: Mar. 2, 2019 at 5:56 AM CST
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BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - It’s a lifesaving skill that Birmingham City school students will learn in the coming weeks: CPR training.

Through the Birmingham Black Nurses Association, Birmingham Board of Education, District 8 City Councilor Steven Hoyt , and radio station V 94.9, students will get the hands-on training and then, go on to teach their peers.

It’s called “Birmingham Pushes to the Beat.”

Four students in each of District 8 ‘s elementary school will be trained.

Thursday, neighborhood association leaders from District 8 got the training at the Starbucks in Five Points west.

The goal is launch the program in other districts across the city,

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