#TwoStepCPR is a free 5-minute training session in hands-only CPR designed to teach participants how to potentially save a life:

 

Step #1: Call 911.

 

Step #2: Push hard and fast on the center of the chest until help arrives.

 

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Press

2019

Jan 22, 2019

National Texas Two Step CPR 2019 Takes Place Nationwide February 8 – 10

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2020

2018

Mar 05, 2020

TouroCOM student volunteers give ‘National Two Step CPR’ training

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Feb 27, 2018

CBS Central Valley: UTRGV Students Teach CPR to Rio Grande Valley Residents

Feb 25, 2018

The Houston Chronicle: A different kind of two-step: CPR campaign teaches how to save lives

Feb 25, 2018

The Daily Northwestern: NU joins national effort to train 10,000 in bystander CPR

Feb 24, 2018

ABC Abilene: College students host Texas Two Step CPR training class at Mall of Abilene

Feb 24, 2018

ABC El Paso: Life-saving lessons: The Texas Two-Step CPR

Feb 24, 2018

Sun Sentinel: Medical students teach life-saving Texas Two Step in Davie

Feb 23, 2018

Odessa American: Texas Two Step CPR, Save a Life Campaign

Feb 22, 2018

The Eagle: Free CPR training offered this week on A&M campus

Feb 22, 2018

El Paso Herald Post: Medical Students to Host Free Health Fair, Hands-only CPR Training

Feb 22, 2018

USA Today: Things to do in Abilene this weekend

Feb 18, 2017

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Meet Dr. Oz at Northlake, Cumberland malls for CPR training

Feb 13, 2018

Everything Lubbock: Texas Two Step: How to Save a Life

Feb 11, 2018

The Oxford Spokesman Texas Two Step CPR Comes to Emory

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2017

Feb 08, 2017

The Health Museum to Host Texas Two Step: Save a Life Campaign 2017

Feb 11, 2017

Second Annual Texas Two-Step: Save a Life Campaign

Feb 12, 2017

Dr. Oz teaches CPR during mass training sessions

Feb 12, 2017

Dr. Oz visits Texas for free CPR training programs

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