St John NZ CPR 17+

St John New Zealand

Designed for iPad

    • Free


St John is the leading provider of first aid training in New Zealand as well providing ambulance services to 90% of the population. Our app teaches the life-saving skills of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (commonly known as CPR) and shows you how to use an AED (automated external defibrillator). Knowing how to save the life of a family member, friend or colleague is vital - you never know when you might need to and this app is completely FREE.


- Adult, Child and Infant CPR and AED tutorials with audio prompts
- CPR and AED training videos from Dr Tony Smith, Medical Director at St John New Zealand
- Maori and Simplified Chinese translations
- Beeping and vibrating CPR Timing Assist to help you with consistent chest compressions
- Set up your own emergency services phone number – useful when travelling abroad (iPhone only)

The app is compatible with any device running iOS 7 and above.

What’s New

Version 3.4.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Apple watch support
- Infant CPR contents updated

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

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Default number

The reason the default number is 911 is because that number works internationally in most countries connecting to the correct local number.

Zoomzoom.mike ,

Basic app with little innovation

While good to see St Johns putting official info / instruction in the iPhone app space; there is little innovation recognizing the power of the smartphone platform. They would do well to look at some of the other first aid apps that use video / audio / ebooks that provide complete first aid instruction. Even Jamie Oliver has a 100mb+ app and that's for cooking. I hope we have a single NZ wide app, not 1 for CPR, 1 for bandages, 1 for poisons, etc.

barefootguru ,

Good start

Great to see a New Zealand first aid app, but it's very basic. App just has a basic slideshow arrangement for the steps of CPR and the ol' 30 compressions / 2 breaths. And a button to call an emergency number. That's it. No timing for babies/kids, no info on how far to compress / how much rescue breath to use, no info on how to handle different hazards at the scene. No instructions on how to handle other situations like fits/bleeding/choking.

App Privacy

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