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Learn How to Save A Life

It’s All About How to Stop the Bleed and Start the Heart!

Posted in: Announcements, Featured News, Parents and Family, Safety, Wellness

Did you know you can become a first responder in an emergency? Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training and learning the basic techniques to control bleeding allows friends and family to provide lifesaving circulation until help arrives.

Stop the Bleed & Start the Heart

The “Stop the Bleed & Start the Heart” program is part of a nationwide movement that aims to teach everyone how to be a first-responder in an emergency. Knowledgeable faculty and students teach two hour classes of mostly hands-on, lifesaving skills. At the end of two classes (four hours), you’ll receive a certificate from the School of Nursing for the program and a participation certificate for basic CPR, which is separate from the American Heart Association’s full training certifications.

How to Sign Up

Training is free and open to the campus community! Classes are small, so early registration is a must!

Location: Nursing School, Simulation Lab, Room 253

Time & Dates: Tuesdays from 2:30-5:30 p.m.:

  • October 29
  • November 5
  • November 19
  • January 14, 2020

Please contact John Gurriell at the School of Nursing to register or for more information at: or call 973-655-3617.