Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
When an emergency happens, whether it is a major disaster or smaller local incident, bystanders are the first people on the scene and their actions can help protect and save lives – often times, these are the lives of their friends, families or community members. How can you get ready to provide urgently needed care in a disaster? What can you do to be a bystander who doesn’t stand by?
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