Surfers as bystander rescuers in Spain and Portugal, Joel de Oliveira

Joel de Oliveira discusses his research on surfers as bystander rescuers in Spain and Portugal. He finds that 78,5% of surfers conduct at least one rescue in their lifetime, but most of them have not had formal training according to lifesaving and resuscitation guidelines.

Speaker: Miguel Moreira, Pedro Seixas, Pedro Reimunde, Ogi Markovic
Recorded at: WCSM23 Valdoviño, Spain
Length of video: 40:10

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