EMS Week Resources

STOP THE BLEED CAMPAIGN

EMS Week is the perfect opportunity to start a "Stop The Bleed" campaign in your community. The program is designed to place tourniquets and hemorrhage control kits in public places, like with a Public Access Defibrillator and train the public on their use. The following audio infomercial on the "Stop The Bleed" campaign was produced by the National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP).

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GotFIB Image

The "Got FIB?" campaign is an educational program designed to inform the public on the important warning signs of non-valvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF). Additional information and other resources including a stroke risk calculator can be found on the NVAF web site at dontfibyourself.org.

Got FIB? Download the PDF information sheet

The New Paradigm is Cervical Splinting

Cervical Splinting: A New Paradigm in Cervical Spine Management

Stroke Information Alliance
The Stroke Information Alliance Newsletter provides the latest updates for you, our valued partners. We hope this information will keep you informed about related activities and that you can incorporate our messages, products and activities into your programs. To sign up or this free newsletter, visit http://www.strokeassociation.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3000177

For Patients (or tools professionals can use or provide their patients) on stroke prevention AND recovering from a stroke.

StrokeAssociation.org
The American Stroke Association has a comprehensive website dedicated to providing resources for those who are interested in information on preventing a stroke or recovering after they’ve had an event.
www.strokeassociation.org

Patient Education Brochures
Our patient education brochures cover topics such asstroke care, prevention and emergencies. Click on the brochure title to find a description of the brochure, order a sample or get bulk ordering instructions.
http://www.strokeassociation.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=1200412

Let’s Talk About Stroke
Let's Talk About Stroke is a series of downloadable patient information sheets, created by the American Stroke Association, thatpresents informationin a question-and-answer format that's brief, easy to follow and easy to read. They also provide room for you to write down questions to ask your doctor. This can help you prepare to get the most out of your next visit with your healthcare professional.
http://www.strokeassociation.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3018561

Starting Successful Support Groups
This comprehensive 30-page booklet guides you through starting and maintaining a viable stroke support group by answering the following questions:

  • Why Start a Stroke Support Group?
  • How Are Stroke Support Groups Started?
  • How Do We Make Our Stroke Group a Success?
  • What Type of Program Activities Should We Plan?
  • Will Our Stroke Group Continue To Grow?
  • What Resources Are Available To Help Group Leaders?

http://www.strokeassociation.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3022731

Stroke Connection Magazine
Stroke Connection brings information and inspiration right to your mailbox. From in-depth information on conditions such as aphasia, central pain, high blood pressure and depression to tips for daily living from healthcare professionals and other stroke survivors, Stroke Connection keeps you abreast of how to cope, how to reduce your risk of stroke and how to make the most of each day.
http://www.strokeassociation.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=2533

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