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Mass Casualty

Read: The Importance of Stop The Bleed Training

The Importance of Stop The Bleed Training

Campus Safety Conference East gave attendees a chance to receive hands on training on stopping life-threatening bleeding.

Read: How Hospitals Can Manage Patient Surges Using Social Media

How Hospitals Can Manage Patient Surges Using Social Media

Here’s how hospitals can keep track of breaking incidents in their communities so they can provide appropriate treatment and security during patient surges.

Read: Video Q&A: Chris Dorn Talks About Emergency Preparedness at Schools

Video Q&A: Chris Dorn Talks About Emergency Preparedness at Schools

Preparing for a broad range of emergencies is the best way to protect your campus when disaster strikes.

Read: What Hospital Active Shooter Response Programs Should Look Like

What Hospital Active Shooter Response Programs Should Look Like

Here’s a rundown of specific features the NFPA advises hospital officials to include in their active shooter response programs.

Read: ER Doctors’ Poll: 90 Percent of Hospitals Not Prepared for Mass Tragedies

ER Doctors’ Poll: 90 Percent of Hospitals Not Prepared for Mass Tragedies

Nine out of 10 respondents also said their hospital lacks adequate stockpiles of critical medications necessary for major disasters.

Read: NYU Winthrop Hospital to Train Public in ‘Stop the Bleed’

NYU Winthrop Hospital to Train Public in ‘Stop the Bleed’

‘Stop the Bleed’ encourages everyday citizens to become trained in stopping a life-threatening bleed before professional help arrives.

Read: Las Vegas Hospitals Inundated with Victims from Mass Shooting

Las Vegas Hospitals Inundated with Victims from Mass Shooting

Local hospitals had to call in hundreds of additional staff to help treat the wounded who were lined up in hallways and outside.

Read: Lockdowns, Bomb Threat Follow San Bernardino Mass Shooting

Lockdowns, Bomb Threat Follow San Bernardino Mass Shooting

Reports of the shooting caused all of the schools in the county to lock down and created a rush at nearby hospitals.

Read: 4 Dead after Car Drives into Crowd at Oklahoma State Parade

4 Dead after Car Drives into Crowd at Oklahoma State Parade

Police have charged Adacia Chambers with four counts of second-degree murder.

Read: Report Finds Mass Public Shootings on the Rise

Report Finds Mass Public Shootings on the Rise

Researchers also called for improved data collection on mass shootings.

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