A national strategy will be published next year in a bid to reduce the number of Scots who die after suffering a heart attack outside of hospital.
Two more Scottish Government ministers have backed Keith Brown to become deputy leader of the SNP.
A former deputy leader of the SNP has backed Keith Brown to replace Nicola Sturgeon in the post, saying he is clearly the best candidate to take the party in the direction it needs to go.
Health Secretary Alex Neil has backed Keith Brown to become the new deputy leader of the SNP, saying he would be an "able lieutenant" to Nicola Sturgeon, who is widely expected to become Scotland's first female first minister next month.
Lung transplant recipient Gill Hollis and artist Alec Finlay admire the newly created Scottish Memorial Garden.