Unfortunately due to the lack of information and awareness of Sudden Cardiac Death in young people in Australia, Australia does not currently have any awareness programs or screening protocols to prevent such deaths. We therefore refer you to CRY UK to gain information regarding Screening Protocols to detect underlying conditions and to prevent the sudden death of young ones.

For CRY sites go to -

CRY's General screening information

CRY's Screening questions and answers

CRY's 2012 initiative

CRY – Heart Screening Booklet 14 – 35 year olds

And for other overseas sites

Mobile Screening Units - Ireland

Parent Watch - USA

Screening initiatives in other countries

Test my Heart - UK

American Parent Heart Watch On ECG Screening

New Study Shows ECGs Can Save Teens

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation – Schools Campaign (American)

David Walliams (Little Britain) Launches CRY Heart Screening Campaign

Free student heart screenings

Heart Screens for Teens - Overview

Free Heart Screening for Students Ages 14 - 18

Healthy Hearts Healthy Lives

Heart Screens for Teens

The Cormac Trust

Kickhams players monitor their health

Athletic Heart: Athlete Heart Screening

Midwest Heart Foundation’s Young Hearts for Life program

A young death spurs new heart screenings

Max and the wild things

Cardiac Screening Advocated for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Cardiac Screening Advocated for 14 – 35s

Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Schools

The Italian Experience – Pre-participation Sports Screening since 1982

Screening for Sudden Cardiac Death Proven Invaluable

Screening Young People

How Easy is Cardiac Screening?

Screening in Ireland More Awareness Required

New Study Indicates Benefits of ECG Screening in Young People

Teague Ryan Bill - USA

Hidden heart defects a silent killer

Study shows ECG screenings identifies risk of SCD

Heart screening could prevent more deaths.

Screening to detect heart problems in young people held in Solihull