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May 16, 2018

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After-Action Report: Tactical Medicine Lessons From Terror Attack

In an after-action report on a major terrorist attack on American soil, a team of medical professionals claims that first-responder agencies are not keeping pace with current terrorist methods in terms of their Tactical Medical Care preparedness. The present prevailing approach to training and equipment “emphasizes the need for hemorrhage control [for handgun wounds] but...
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New Study: Rarity Of Police Use of Force & Severe Suspect Injuries Confirmed

Contrary to the prevailing depiction of police in virtually every news cycle, a new study confirms once again that use of force by officers is actually a rare occurrence. A research team headed by Dr. William Bozeman of the Dept. of Emergency Medicine at Wake Forest School of Medicine in North Carolina reviewed police and...
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