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Medical Response Unit

Stop the Bleed

We are excited to be a part of FSU's Stop the Bleed campaign! and off this training opportunity to the faculty, staff, & students of FSU's campus! Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and call-to-action to train, equip, and empower bystanders to help control a bleeding emergency until professional help arrives. Similar to how the general public is trained how to perform CPR, it is important for the public to learn proper bleeding control techniques. The FSU Stop the Bleed campaign is a collaborative effort between University Health Services/Medical Response Unit, FSU Emergency Management, and campus partners. Several student & staff members of the MRU have undergone the training to become certified Stop the Bleed instructors and and are available to present this course to interested groups, organizations, & departments campus-wide by request (see link below).

Course Description:

This free 2-hour course is designed to train participants on what to do in a bleeding emergency and teaches the ABCs of bleeding as a method to stop an active bleed. The course includes a class presentation and hands-on skills demonstration on tourniquet application, wound packing, and pressure application. At the conclusion of the course, participants will receive a nationally recognized certificate of completion. This class is currently open to all faculty, staff, & students of Florida State University.

Departments/Organizations/Individuals Private Training

If you are interested in having a "Stop the Bleed" Instructor host a private training for your employees/members/students/ etc, please click on the link below to fill out training request survey. Trainings are scheduled based on instructor availability, and requests for trainings must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the desired date. There is no charge for this training. If you would like to host a private training but do not have the space for one, you can request to host a class in the Medical Response Unit Classroom (Mary B. Coburn Health and Wellness Center, Room 1055), which can hold a maximum of 28 participants.

Should you have questions regarding this program, please contact either Ryen Pagel, MSN, RN, CNML at rpagel@fsu.edu. or the Medical Response Unit at UHS-MRU@fsu.edu

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