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CPR Pioneers Guy Knickerbocker and James Jude with our Director, Elizabeth Hunt performing CPR on SimMan on Opening Day of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center, March 10, 2008
CPR Pioneers Guy Knickerbocker and James Jude with our Director, Elizabeth Hunt, performing CPR on SimMan on Opening Day of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Siulation Center, March 10, 2008.

At the Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center, we are pleased to announce our intention to capitalize on this innovative facility to develop a Center of Excellence in resuscitation science.  The Center of Excellence will use simulation as an integral step in optimizing the translation of resuscitation science from research laboratories to patients’ bedside. 

Watch this video on how The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has played an integral part in the history of cardiopulmonary resuscitation:

Johns Hopkins Medicine Celebrates 50 Years of CPR

A simple discovery, with a profound effect. It's been 50 years now since researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore discovered that cardiopulmonary resuscitation could prolong someone's life long enough to get them to a medical professional.