Resuscitation is a highly established program of research at Providence Healthcare. Dr. Christenson has been the Principal Investigator for the BC Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC) since its inception, which is housed within the Providence Healthcare Research Institute at St. Paul’s Hospital. The ROC was a network of 10 academic and prehospital/emergency care centers across North America, funded by the US National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, the Canadian Institute for Circulatory and Respiratory Health and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. The Consortium has published numerous observational and interventional studies in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and trauma, and continues to run clinical trials in promising new therapies in resuscitation, in addition to maintaining registries in cardiac arrest and major trauma. In 2016 BC’s role in this collaboration transitioned to a Canadian collaboration (Can ROC) which will continue the same mandate in Canada, in partnership with all other provinces. As a result of an active focus on the quality of resuscitation and other aspects of prehospital care, the chance of survival in BC from an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest seen significant increases over the past decade.