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Research poster discussing a Stop the Bleed event held at UNE. Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign that was introduced by the White House in 2015 in response to the tragedy of the Sandy Hook shooting in 2012. The campaign emerged as a way to improve survival rates by providing bystanders with adequate training to know how to stop the bleed.

Publication Date

Spring 2020


Interprofessional Education


Author Fredenburg was a UNE Occupational Therapy student and author Warner was a UNE Physician Assistant student when this research was conducted.

Stop The Bleed: A Community Event
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