Stop the Bleed: Bleeding-Control Training
Cooper employees, students, family members, and any interested public are encouraged to sign up for this free course – get trained and be ready to act in the face of an emergency. The Cooper Trauma Outreach team is bringing this training to the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University location.
This is the final class of the year, so don’t miss out.
You learned CPR and how to use an AED, now learn how to save yourself and others in the event of a life-threatening hemorrhage.
At this session, through review and practice of vital skills, you will learn the steps involved in hemorrhage control so that you will have the confidence to act if a bleeding incidence occurs.
In most cases, bystanders are the first people to come in contact with an injured person and are best positioned to provide initial care. Stop The Bleed is a national initiative to educate the public and motivate bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help during a bleeding emergency prior to the arrival of professional assistance.
There are currently no upcoming sessions for this event