Anytime, Anywhere, Anyone: Brain Injuries Do Not Discriminate

The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) has chosen “Anytime, Anywhere, Anyone: Brain Injuries Do Not Discriminate” as this year’s focus for Brain Injury Awareness Month. According to a downloadable fact sheet provided on their website, TBIs (traumatic brain injuries) may be more prevalent than you think: 2.4 million people, including 475,000 children, sustain a […]

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AFTER THE EMERGENCY—HELPING RESCUERS AND WITNESSES COPE

After the Emergency—Helping Rescuers and Witnesses Cope

The main focus of emergency care is, of course, what to do in a medical emergency. But what happens for that brave Good Samaritan after the event? Or how about for those bystanders who witness the drama of a rescue effort, especially for those all-too-frequent efforts that ultimately don’t succeed? It’s certainly stressful stuff. Just […]

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