Trauma Burn Center
Halloween Impaired Driving Prevention - October 31, 2021
Halloween is meant to be scary, but not when it comes to driving. Yet, when it comes to impaired driving, Halloween can turn the roads into a horror fest.
- During Halloween night 2019, there were 21 vehicle occupants and 4 pedestrians killed in drunk-driving crashes.
And what to do if they’re already misusing candles, matches, lighters and more.
You can learn to Stop the Bleed and save a life!
- Traumatic injury is the leading cause of death for people between 1 – 45 years of age. Approximately 35% of pre-hospital deaths are due to blood loss.
- That makes uncontrolled bleeding a major cause of preventable deaths.
- Death from traumatic blood loss can occur in less than 5 minutes. But the average EMS response time is 7 – 10 minutes in the U.S. So emergency bystander and first responder treatment is an essential life-saving skill.
- In short, the more people and organizations find out about STOP THE BLEED® and become trained and equipped, the more lives that will be saved.
- Get trained and Raise Your Hand #stopthebleed
This mini online eLearning course is an abbreviated modified version of Straight Talk that highlights some key learning points and provides several tools to help stop youth from misusing fire.
Navigate your way through these unprecedented times and learn about how burn foundations, burn centers, fire departments and community organizations are becoming adaptive and creative in their service delivery methods.
Dr. Moon is excited to live stream her afternoon recitals and support burn survivor awareness.
This tournament makes a significant difference in our ability to treat injuries, support those recovering from a burn injury, and educate on best practices to prevent these devastating injuries from happening.
Campers reunite for a long weekend of snow-filled fun in Northern, Michigan.
Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors are bringing the same PWBC magic with even more ways to find community and connection. Scholarships available!
National Stop the Bleed Day is designed to heighten public awareness that anyone can learn how to save a life. Learn how you, your family, your school, your place of worship, your company or any other organization you are a part of can be Stop the Bleed ready.