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Queen’s First Aid Campus Response Team is a university campus first aid response team serving Queen’s University and its direct community in Kingston. At its core, the team is composed of motivated and enthusiastic students who are looking to make a positive difference while developing their leadership, communication skills and confidence. 

Queen’s First Aid serves as a confidential and professional service responding to medical emergencies on campus. During the regular academic year, we operate and are available 24/7. Our presence is also seen at many events, both on and off campus, where first aid teams provide coverage free of charge. These include hockey intramurals, football games, banquets, formals, convocations, Polar Bear dips, boat cruises and more. Any Queen’s club or group can request our attendance at any event by using our request form or contacting us directly.

Queen’s First Aid has a team of two responders available to be dispatched through the Queen's Emergency Report Centre to attend first aid situations -- simply call 613-533-6111 (emergencies only) or press a blue light on campus. This service is available 24/7 during the regular academic year, excluding Thanksgiving weekend, Reading Week and exam periods. 

Queen’s First Aid is comprised of approximately 40 dedicated and passionate individuals across all years and faculties...

The Canadian Branch of the Order of St. John began informally in 1883, when the inaugural first aid course was held in Quebec City.

CPR-a-Thon is a QFA-run awareness campaign aimed to teach CPR and its importance in life-threatening scenarios.