Welcome to our blog

Our latest posts

Remember DRSABCD

elliecasserley wrote this (0 comments)

Lets imagine a scenario, a man is riding his bike to work and a car comes round the corner and doesn't see him. The man is knocked off his bike and hits his head on the pavement. You are walking on the pavement and see the whole thing happen but...

How To Guide - How to treat minor burns

elliecasserley wrote this (0 comments)

A burn to the skin can be very sore and painful and should be treated immediately so here's our little guide on what to do: . If possible remove the source of the burn . Run the affected area under cold running water for a minimum of 10 minutes. ....

Top tips on how to prevent heat stroke

elliecasserley wrote this (0 comments)

With the London marathon round the corner most of the runners have done the training and are now hoping for a day of good conditions. Running 26.2 miles is a grueling test on the body and can put the body at risk of heat stroke. Heat stroke is...

Spotting and Treating Heart Attacks

wrote this (0 comments)

Heart attacks occur when the coronary artery which supplies the heart with oxygenated blood becomes blocked. The blockage is potentially life threatening as it starves the heart of oxygen which can lead to irreversible damage and cardiac arrest. ...

Assessment Methods within Teaching

tomcasserley wrote this (0 comments)

There are various different assessment approaches each with their own strengths and limitations. Teachers can utilize assessment methods to determine the competence of learners and tailor them to meet individual needs. Exams Exams provide a good...

Scene Survey at an Accident

wrote this (0 comments)

When arriving at the scene of an accident it is important to firstly ensure the safety of the casualty, bystanders and the first aiders themselves. The scene survey can be conducted by remembering the Acronym CLAP. Control the Situation Stop at...

AVPU Acronym

wrote this (0 comments)

The AVPU acronym is commonly applied when trying to get a response out of a casualty who is injured or ill. It is useful to ascertain whether a casualty is breathing and can determine the level of consciousness. Alert It is useful to ascertain if...

Keep reading

Have a look at the blog posts archive

Browse by topic

Have a look at the Videos, Links, and Anaphylactic Shock categories.

Sign up for our newsletter

Our most popular posts

To experience the full functionality of this site, please enable Javascript in your browser settings.