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Stop the Bleed community class: Feb. 17

February 5th, 2020 by Fiona Brosnan

Join the ANMC trauma team for an interactive course teaching basic bleeding control tactics. These are essential skills for everyone! You will learn how to identify life-threatening injuries, how to treat and pack wounds as well as proper tourniquet application. This class is open to anyone in the community and offered free of charge.

You can learn how to stop major bleeding in three simple ways by taking this bleeding control course

Stop the Bleed empowers the general public to make a difference in a life-threatening emergency by teaching you the basic techniques of bleeding control. You will get to learn about how to stop major bleeds and play with the equipment!

If you can’t make this class on February 17, be sure to check our other events for upcoming community Stop the Bleed classes open to all of campus and the community!

All classes are held on campus in the ANTHC Education and Development Center (next to the Inuit) and are free and open to all staff, their families and the general public.

Check out the 2020 training schedule and register online

Upcoming dates (all classes are held from 5:30-6:30 p.m.):

  • Feb. 17
  • March 16
  • May 18
  • June 15
  • Aug. 17
  • Sept. 21
  • Nov. 16
  • Dec. 21