These skills can help save a life

These skills can help save a life

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  1. You don’t mention anything about AIDS/HIV transmission. I would like to think that I wouldn’t be concerned for my own safety in a family emergency, but I think it is something that needs to be addressed in the context of treating anyone, particularly a stranger, who is profusely bleeding.

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Margaret Sutton
Margaret Sutton

Margaret Sutton, health e-news contributor, is a public affairs intern at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, Ill. She is a senior at Olivet Nazarene University earning a bachelor’s degree in public relations & strategic communications with a minor in political science. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family while also attempting to learn three different languages on Duolingo (French, Swedish, and Dutch). Margaret is always on the search for a good farmer’s market or a new restaurant in the city.