Project Heart Start Downloads

2015 PHS Survey -NEW

Please collect a survey from each participant. Note: The school program should use the PRE and POST test to survey their students. However, school staff and other adults will need to fill out this survey.

Step by Step Training Event Guide

PHS Event Checklist

PHS in the schools

Welcome back to another school year! This is our first newsletter for school nurses and anyone who is involved in teaching Project Heart Start in the schools. Find out what is happening and what is new!

PHS in the Schools Newsletter – Sept. 2015

Schools implementing PHS in the classroom are asked to administer the Pre Test before the session and the Post Test afterwards. Teacher should not help the students! Completed tests are to be submitted to NMHI, PHS at 601 Lomas NE, ABQ 87102

PHS Student Pre/Post Test ENGLISH

PHS Student Pre/Post Test SPANISH

Facilitator Agenda

Facilitator Briefing

Welcome Participants

NEW Facilitator Training Script

Sample Sponsor Request Letter

Thank you to our sponsors

Without the support of our generous sponsors PHS Day would not be a reality!

AED Training

AED poster – jpg version

AED Training poster

This poster serves as a visual aid to introduce the device and teach the basics. Can be printed out or projected during a class. Very helpful when holding a large event with AED hands-on station being in a different location.

Donation Resources

PHS Survey Vietnamese/ English

PHS Wallet Card

PHS Wallet Card – Vietnamese

Sample Inkind Donation Request

Sample PHS Event Budget

PHS Logos

Primary logo: jpeg

Primary logo: PDF

Secondary logo: jpeg

Secondary logo: PDF

Pulse Point – Get the App. Save a Life.

Puls Point – Instructions for downloading the Free App

Get alerted to sudden cardiac arrests in your immediate vicinity, so that you can start CPR in the critical moments before EMS teams arrive. Instructions for downloadiing the app on your iPhone or Android


Good Samaritan Law in New Mexico

Good Samaritan laws offer legal protection to people who give reasonable assistance to those who are, or who they believe to be, injured, ill, in peril, or otherwise incapacitated. The protection is intended to reduce bystanders’ hesitation to assist, for fear of being sued or prosecuted for unintentional injury or wrongful death.