The Acupressure in First Aid Federation, Hong Kong


The "Acupressure in First Aid" method was developed by Dr. Patrick Che-To YEUNG. Dr. Yeung was an expert in acupuncture and had already thought of using this technique for first aid as early as 1973. In 1978, Dr. Yeung presented the "Acupressure in First Aid" method for the first time at the first Asia Pacific Lifesaving Conference. In 1987, Dr. Yeung started to teach the method to the public, and the response from all walks of life was very enthusiastic. Within two years, more than 1,000 students, including members of the Hong Kong China Life Saving Society, Hong Kong Police Force, Auxiliary Medical Service, Edinburgh Award Scheme and The Scout Association of Hong Kong, etc., had obtained the certificate. At the same time, Dr. Yeung has also promoted this method at the International Lifesaving Conference, and many of his students who have successfully learnt from him have been able to promote the use of manual first aid in other countries. These areas include: South Asia, North America, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.


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