TalkCPR featured in HeARTh Gallery Llandough

TalkCPR art

The HeARTh Gallery is located in University Hospital Llandough and hosts a rolling programme of exhibitions and features work from both emerging and established artists, and a variety of community groups and charities.

TalkCPR gallery

The gallery is a unique, contemporary art space situated at the heart of the clinical setting, believed to be the first of its kind in Wales.

The current exhibition is part of the NHS’ 70th Birthday celebrations. It includes a number of artists including a recent ‘The Moth TalkCPR Art in Medicine Project‘.

Dr Mark Taubert

“Being part of this NHS 70 exhibition and displaying DNACPR videos to members of the general public is quite a privilege. I don’t think I would have believed you if you had suggested to me a few years ago that we would be able to do this, but there is such a big need to bring closer to everyone how important it is to put some thought on all our views regarding how much or how little medicine should do to us, when we lose our ability to communicate. Art can help us get a better idea.” – Dr Mark Taubert 


The exhibition will remain open for another two weeks. It is free to visit, the hospital provides free parking and open between 10am-5pm each day. To view a map of where the hospital is located click here.

Talk CPR Update

Over the last three year’s TalkCPR has helped improve the conversations between professionals and the general public across Wales and beyond. We felt that it was now time to report on relevant CPR and DNACPR conversations and highlight some of the work that we are carrying out.

Some of the work we have developed and the recognitions ganined over the last three years include:

  • TalkCPR won an NHS Wales Award and was a finalist in both the Royal College of Physicians Awards and the British Medical Journal Awards.

NHS Wales Award

A video created by NHS Wales following the awards ceremony and the evidence that helped it win the award (below)


  • TalkCPR developed an e-Video pack. This innovative solution was sent to all GP surgeries across Wales. The TalkCPR videos were pre-loaded on each e-video pack provides training videos for GPs. The e-Video packs also provide all of our, non-bias videos about CPR and DNACPR for patients (without requiring an internet connection. A video highlighting how the video e-Video packs work can be viewed below:

TalkCPR and the impact it has had has also been featured and cited in many local and international conferences. Due to the campaigns success we have decided to update this website on a more regular basis. By doing so we hope to keep the CPR and wider healthcare and palliative care community abreast of our public engagement work and professional training initiatives.