Injury Control and Violence Prevention
This page is supported by the EAST Injury Control and Violence Prevention Section.
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EAST ICVP Community Outrach Program
2017 - Public Access Hemorrhage Control and Training for Non-Medical Personnel - Click here for more details on how you can volunteer or how you can be trained.
2012-2016 - Distracted Driving, Vehicle Safety, Teen Violence, and Substance Abuse - See the YouTube Videos
- American College of Surgeons Committe on Trauma-Injury Prevention & Control Subcommittee
- American College of Surgeons - Bleeding Control - Stop The Bleed™ and Hartford Consensus™
- American Trauma Society and Trauma Survivors Network
- Traffic Safety
- Hartford Consensus & Hartford Consensus II - Endorsed by EAST
- Home Fire Safety and Prevention Guide
Instructional video describing proper technique fortourniquet placement - Developed by EAST Member Dr. David King.
EAST Practice Management Guidelines
Public Service Announcements
Distracted/Impaired Driving Prevention
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