We are in search of opportunities to help as many youth as possible. New resources are always being developed.
Programs like Stop the Bleed and Sidewalk CPR allow us to interact directly with the community and teach them vital skills to assist those that are injured.
From online offerings to in person training at fire stations, we strive to keep our first responders up to date on what to do when kids get hurt or sick.
Sometimes it can be a challenge to obtain an accurate GCS reading on our tiniest of patients. For tips and tricks on getting an accurate result, check out the link below.https://view.genial.ly/628802c37ae7de0011cb5083/guide-pediatric-reference-tools
Dating violence can create a lasting impact on teens and being able to provide them with resources is essential. If you believe your patient may have been a victim, consider providing them with the resources below.https://youth.gov/youth-topics/teen-dating-violence/resourceshttps://www.loveisrespect.org/
Need a little extra help assessing your pediatric patients? Scan the QR code on your device and have access to an entire toolbox of pediatric assessment tools.