International Reviewer - ECC Programs

Updated:Apr 22,2014

International reviewers of American Heart Association's Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) training materials and documents provide critical review and volunteer hours.

International Reviewers - ECC Programs

International Reviewer Form

A reviewer of American Heart Association (AHA) Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) training materials and documents will provide the AHA a critical review of our materials. Please follow the link to our Reviewer application form if you would like to be considered as an AHA reviewer. 

Reviewer Application Form (opens new window)

A reviewer of American Heart Association (AHA) Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) training materials and documents will provide the AHA a critical review of our materials. Please follow the link to our Reviewer application form if you would like to be considered as an AHA reviewer. 

Reviewer Application Form (opens new window)

Each applicant must be fluent in English and a native speaker of the language. The reviewer must be willing to volunteer 18-24 months to review AHA material and is required to communicate regularly with AHA staff.  Applicant must be familiar with AHA /ECC guidelines and training.  Reviewers must live in the respective country, have expert knowledge of the subject, and posses a working knowledge of AHA science and training.

The American Heart Association plans to continue expanding its product offerings into many more languages and we advise reviewer candidates to bookmark this page and check back often as we will update with new requests for ECC product reviewers as our product offerings expand into new languages.

The AHA may require additional information from an applicant or the applicant’s cooperation in obtaining information from third parties.  Cooperation with and prompt response to requests further information will minimize delays in processing an application.  The AHA requires that its reviewers conform to standards of high ethical and professional standing.  Thus, if the AHA learns that any information in any application is untrue or if circumstances change after the date of application that effect ethical and professional standards, it may be grounds for suspension or revocation of reviewer status.