Is Covid19 the only event we need to prepare for?
As the lockdown eases to varying degrees across the world, and we begin to raise our heads above the parapet to peek towards a future of hugging loved ones again and attending events, there remain groups of people who care little about such things. They are consumed with rage, and fear and radicalism, and a passion for revenge, and a burning desire to be noticed.
National Stop the Bleed Webinar Look Back
Thank you for making the decision to Choose Love and join the Stop the Bleed movement! Together we can help inform our communities on the importance of bleeding control equipment and social-emotional learning.
National EMS Week: 5 facts on the history of the Emergency Medical Services
Happy National Emergency Medical Services Week! This year is the 46th anniversary, in 1974 President Gerald Ford authorized EMS Week to celebrate EMS practitioners and the heroic work they do in our nation's communities. In this week’s blog, we will be delving into the history of the Emergency Medical Services, from the first ambulance to the infamous 911 call!
National Nurses Week: 5 Facts on the History of Nursing
Happy National Nurses Week! Every year, May 6th is not only National Nurses Day, but it also marks the beginning of National Nurses Week. This annually celebrated holiday recognizes the contributions nurses make to the community and the empathetic care they provide to us and our loved ones.
Register today for our National Stop the Bleed Webinar
Join us on May 21st at 3pm EST for our exclusive National Stop the Bleed Webinar, co-sponsored by the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement and TyTek Medical. Receive a one-off TyTek Medical bleeding control equipment discount, hear from three keynote speakers and take part in a dedicated Q+A session.
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Facts vs Fiction: The Coronavirus Myths Dissected
The coronavirus also referred to as COVID-19, has injected a state of fear into the global population. As we write this article, there have been more than 200,000 cases and 8,000 deaths across the world. In less than three months, the disease spread from Wuhan, China to every continent on earth except Antarctica. The world news headlines continue to scaremonger civilians with twisted versions of the truth, rumours have begun flooding through communities, spreading misinformation on how to prevent contracting the disease.
Helping you prepare for the unthinkable
Already this year the US has been faced with an abundance of deliberate attacks.These tragic incidents are unpredicted and targeted at civilians in work, schools and public spaces.
An ‘unintentional’ deadly start to 2020
Tragically the US has been struck with a deadly start to the year as gunfire erupts across the country. A total of 273 devastatingly unintentional shootings have been recorded in January and February according to the Gun Violence Archives. In the United States, over 1.69 million children age 18 and under are living in households with loaded and unlocked firearms, setting the scene for possible tragedy.
Coronavirus: The first global health emergency
Last year the world was burdened by tariffs as the US and China played tit-for-tat, both sides increasing import tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of goods. Now, the coronavirus is said to “sideswipe the global economy”, the virus, which has killed more than 500 people and sickened thousands, is taking a heavy toll on China’s economy.
How to prepare for a mass casualty attack
The US makes up less than 5% of the world's population but is home to 31% of the world's mass shooters. Last year the United States were faced with a total number of 418 mass shootings, making it the worst year on record according to Gun Violence Archive.
What role does mental illness play in school shootings?
Next month marks the second anniversary of the horrific Parkland school shooting. This tragic attack sparked an intense national debate over how best to protect our children from school shootings.