Anaphylaxis, what is it and what to do about it

Anaphylaxis (also called anaphylactic shock) seems to be more common than ever. It’s a topic covered in all courses of 1 day or longer and everyone gets to see and practice with the training Epipen &/or TwinJect devices so that you have some idea what to do...

Consent in First Aid: Can you ignore ‘No’?

Getting consent to treat someone is a topic covered in all our First Aid Training, but it’s something that can be difficult to discuss fully at times, and certainly something that is difficult for us as First Aid Attendants to accept. We’re here to help…. Why would...

Stroke? You need to act FAST!

Knowing how to act FAST when you suspect a STRoke can be the difference between recovery and disability! Do it right, do it FAST, and you could save a life. Take too long and, well…. Stroke can affect someone for the rest of their lives, assuming they survive. Read on...