It's International Women's Day and a young woman from Yeovil in Somerset has been given an award by the British Heart Foundation for her health campaigning efforts.
Just over a year ago Samantha Hobbs almost lost her mum Mandy when she had a cardiac arrest at their home in Yeovil but, aged just fourteen at the time, she saved her mum's life using CPR skills she'd learned at the local lifesaving club.
This British Heart Foundation video shows the basics of CPR and Sam's been campaigning with them to get other teenagers to learn these skills. She wants Emergency Life Saving procedures taught to all children at school on the national curriculum.
She's already had a letter back from the Prime Minister and she's had meetings with ministers and MPs in Westminster. Her next target is the Education Secretary Michael Gove.
Sam's campaigning has this weekend earned her an award from the British Heart Foundation for what it calls her exceptional contribution to improving the UK's heart health. The youngest of ten women nominated on international Women's Day, supporters voted her their favourite.
You can watch Bob Cruwys' report below: