Bleeding Control – The Next Step in Active Shooter Guidance

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CHHS Senior Policy Analyst Birch Barron, working with the medical director’s office at the Howard County Department of Fire & Rescue Services and as an emergency management specialist with the Howard County Office of Emergency Management, examined the benefits of basic bleeding control performed by bystanders during active shooter incidents for an article recently published in the Domestic Preparedness Journal. Read “Bleeding Control – The Next Step in Active Shooter Guidance” from January 20, 2016.

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