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HPEB_335_lessons_01_21 - AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST...

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Unformatted text preview: AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID–RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES FOURTH EDITION Copyright © 2006 by The American National Red Cross All rights reserved. 1 Created By… First Aid— Responding to Emergencies Lesson 1: Introduction AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID–RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES FOURTH EDITION Copyright © 2006 by The American National Red Cross All rights reserved. 3 Introduction to the Course Instructor and Participant Introductions Orientation to the Location Course Schedule Course Purpose How Participants Will Learn Participant’s Manual Course Completion Requirements Why Are You Taking This Course? AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID–RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES FOURTH EDITION Copyright © 2006 by The American National Red Cross All rights reserved. 4 Closing You are taking this course to learn how to act appropriately and confidently in emergency situations. Questions? Lesson 2: Healthy Lifestyles AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID–RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES FOURTH EDITION Copyright © 2006 by The American National Red Cross All rights reserved. 6 Evaluating Your Lifestyle A healthy lifestyle is a combination of positive beliefs and practices. Lifestyle changes require changes in behaviors. For changes to be successful— An individual must want to change. The desire to change must be accompanied by a change in attitude. Changes in attitude must persist for long-term changes in behavior to succeed. AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID–RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES FOURTH EDITION Copyright © 2006 by The American National Red Cross All rights reserved. 7 Strategies for Successful Behavior Changes Evaluate pros and cons. Set goals. Use positive rewards. Avoid situations that promote behaviors you are trying to change. Reinforce commitment. Get the support of others. Get professional help. AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID–RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES FOURTH EDITION Copyright © 2006 by The American National Red Cross All rights reserved. 8 Closing Questions? Lesson 3: If Not You…Who? AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID–RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES FOURTH EDITION Copyright © 2006 by The American National Red Cross All rights reserved. 10 Introduction An emergency is a situation demanding immediate action. Two types of emergencies are— Sudden illness. Injury. Emergencies can also be categorized as life-threatening and non-life- threatening: A life-threatening emergency is an illness or injury that impairs a victim’s ability to circulate oxygenated blood to all the parts of his or her body. A non-life-threatening emergency is a situation that does not have an immediate impact on a victim’s ability to circulate oxygenated blood, but still requires medical attention. AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID–RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES FOURTH EDITION Copyright © 2006 by The American National Red Cross All rights reserved....
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