Education

You Make the Call! Harnessing positive peer pressure to promote bike helmet use

Leticia Manning Ryan, MD MPH Eileen McDonald, MS We read with great interest the wise words of Arenal Haut, author of “Trauma Awareness Month: Thoughts from the Child of a Trauma Surgeon” in her outstanding blog post highlighting May as trauma awareness month. It reminded us of how children and adolescents can be powerful advocates … Continued

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39th Annual ACS Point Counterpoint Conference

Save the date! We are excited to announce the 39th annual Point/Counterpoint conference coming in November 2020. Put it on your calendar now.

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How much is too much?

It is Jane’s birthday her family and friends want to celebrate. They all meet at a local bar and now someone is yelling shots, shots, shots!!! Did you know that gender has an effect on your drinking risk? Low risk drinking for men is no more than 4 drinks on any given day and no … Continued

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TraumaNet – Motor Vehicle Safety Presentation

Recent presentation from Maryland Department of Transportation on Highway safety and the states goal of “Zero Deaths” 2018_Trauma Net

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Disaster Preparedness

Disaster preparedness is a misleading concept. No organization is ever truly prepared for a disaster event. Most preparedness activities are directed toward what is known as an “All Hazards” concept. It is extremely difficult to plan for every possible type of event that could impact a community.

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Become a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST)

Learn how you can Become a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST)

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