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The Cormac Trust

The Cormac Trust was set up after the sudden death of Cormac McAnallen in the morning of 2nd March 2004.


GAA Medical Screening

Following the completion of a two year research programme in which nearly 300 GAA players were examined in an attempt to assess the effectiveness of various screening methods, the GAA’s Medical, Scientific & Welfare Committee updated its position paper on cardiac screening.


Cardiac Risk in the Young

CRY publishes and distributes medical information written by leading cardiologists for the general public.


FAI Cardiac Screening

The FAI is running a national campaign to increase awareness of sudden cardiac death among footballers


Irish FA Cardiac Screening

THE Northern Ireland U19 girls and U17 boys have had ECGs (electrocardiograms) carried out by the CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) Screening Service at the University of Ulster, Jordanstown.


Mater Heart House

The Mater Foundation is fighting SADS by providing the Family Heart Screening Clinic.


Ulster Council

Following the completion of a two year research programme in which nearly 300 GAA players were examined in an attempt to assess the effectiveness of various screening methods, the GAA’s Medical, Scientific & Welfare Committee updated its position paper on cardiac screening.


Survival-linX Solutions

Survival-linX was founded to address the need for high quality, professionally delivered life support training aimed at improving the care delivered to the critically ill and injured patient, both paediatric and adult.


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