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Tuesday, 15 October 2013 11:41

CPR/AED/First Aid Certification & Sports Safety Training for High School Athletes

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This Program is Currently In-Development

This program will be available to High School Athletic Programs throughout Southern Nevada and will take place at the participating school's campus or at a school or location central to all participating schools if doing a multi-school session...

Program will be taught by certified CPR/AED/First Aid Instructors, Athletic Trainers, Sports Medicine Doctors and/or other Medical Professionals as available.

Primary focus of the program will be to give high school athletes the tools and knowledge to perform basic life-saving skills and/or provide initial injury and emergency assesment and response that are sustained in a sports or public setting where an athletic trainer, doctor or other trained first responder is not immediately available.

The program will also teach the student-athlete on how to work in tandem with an athletic trainer or trained medical professional in such situations when needed.

Secondary focus of the program may also be to serve as an introduction to sports medicine and the career field of certified athletic trainer's.

More Information to Come Soon...

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Program Stats

Physicals/Heart Screens Given 0 2 0 1
Baseline Concussion Tests Given 0 0 0 0
Coach/Team Moms CPR/AED Certified 0 0 0 7
Kids Trained in Hands-Only CPR 0 0 5 6
Available A.E.D. Loaners 0 0 0 1
Assisted Registrations 0 0 0 8
Free Sports Clinics Held 0 0 0 4
         

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What's Being Said?

Rachael Richardson
2013-08-27, 08:53
I loved the fact that the camp taught the kids technique & allowed them to go to a baseball game on the same day. (2013 Total Youth Baseball Experience)