Best Practices for Activating EMS Texas HB 76 - Cody Stephens Foundation

“Preparedness is best thought of as a process—a continuing sequence of analyses, plan development, and the acquisition of individual and team performance skills achieved through training, drills, exercises, and critiques.” Journal of Emergency Medical Services It’s one of the first lessons in a CPR, AED, and first aid class: the activation of an EMS system by an untrained or minimally trained bystander initiates the process to get professional help and resources to those in need. Read more here.

The TeamSafe​® Report #12: Inter-Association Recommendations on Prevention of Catastrophic Injury an

"Since 1970 traumatic deaths have undergone a steep and steady decline; nontraumatic deaths, however, have remained steady since 1960. The current era, from 2000 to present, is notable for the following: year-round training for football coupled with the highest incidence of nontraumatic sport related training deaths in football in recorded history. A proper combination of strategies to prevent the condition from arising in the first place; ensurance of optimal medical care delivery by key stakeholders on-site; and transparency and accountability in workouts should help to eliminate such nontraumatic deaths — a major goal of this document." Read more....

The TeamSafe​® Report #11: May is Stop The Bleed Month

What is Stop the Bleed? Drawing from the lessons of the battlefield, school shootings, and other bleeding emergencies, the American College of Surgeons created recommendations designed to improve survival rates which included enlisting bystanders as first responders and educating teachers and others on how to use tourniquets. How to Stop the Bleed Read on.....

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