Tag Archive for ‘Stop the Bleed’
The effectiveness of collaborative advocacy-related efforts to develop, launch, and expand the Stop the Bleed® program are summarized.
A summary of The New Yorker article featuring the ACS Stop the Bleed® initiative, published last month, is provided.
The following comments were received regarding recent articles published in the Bulletin.
Stop the Bleed program policy advances at the federal and regional level are summarized, including information about states that plan to introduce bills in 2019.
Summarizes activities and issues discussed at State Lobby Days in 2018, including Stop the Bleed awareness training.
A summary of ongoing trauma-related legislative activity for the 115th congressional session is provided, including the Mission Zero Act, PAHPA, and Stop the Bleed.
State legislative priorities for the ACS in 2017, including Maintenance of Certification, trauma funding, and video taping of operations, are summarized.
An update on the Stop the Bleed® program, including enhancements to the website, is provided.
The following comments were received regarding a recent column published in the Bulletin.
This column provides updates on College advocacy and health policy activities, including advanced alternative payment models, Stop the Bleed, the Physician Compare website, and HIPAA guidance on the opioid epidemic.
This column provides updates on College advocacy and health policy activities, including MPFS, Stop the Bleed, and MACRA.
ACS advocacy-related activities for the first half of 2017 are described, and updates on the CoC and Stop the Bleed initiatives are provided.
Updates on the Stop the Bleed® campaign are summarized, including the College’s ongoing role in this initiative, specifically training the public to be immediate responders at mass casualty events.
Bleeding control training: An opportunity for local volunteerism, community engagement, and peer education
A young surgeon describes how he implemented a Stop the Bleed® training program in Rochester, NY.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill participated in bleeding control simulations during a congressional briefing hosted by the ACS Committee on Trauma.
The American Medical Association’s House of Delegates approved a resolution introduced by the ACS to train more professional first responders and civilian immediate responders to mass casualty events in the essential techniques of bleeding control.
Lenworth M. Jacobs, Jr., MD, MPH, FACS, ACS Regent and Chairman of the Hartford Consensus, was among the featured speakers October 6 at a “Stop the Bleed” event at the White House.