Free Stop the Bleed Training
Learn life-saving techniques for rapid treatment of emergency injuries
Nebraska Community Blood Bank (NCBB) is proud to partner with Bryan Trauma Center and Nebraska Medicine to host free Stop the Bleed training. You're invited to participate and learn best practices for treating life-threatening injuries until medical help arrives.
The CPR of the 21st Century
Stop the Bleed is a national campaign created in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy. Stop the Bleed training empowers you to act quickly in emergency situations and take vital initial steps to stop uncontrolled bleeding. Almost anyone can learn these techniques, which can save and sustain someone’s life before medical help arrives.
Nebraska Community Blood Bank is proud to offer free Stop the Bleed training to the public in partnership with Bryan Trauma Center in Lincoln and Nebraska Medicine in Omaha. Trainings are held in Omaha and Lincoln.
In training, you will:
- Learn how to identify life-threatening wounds
- Learn best practices for treating injuries until medical help can arrive
- Hear real-life experiences from people who have been first on a scene
- Practice techniques through hands-on training
Stop the Bleed: Lincoln
Training is held at Nebraska Community Blood Bank's donor center at 100 N. 84th Street (map). Trainings are on the second Tuesday of each month, from 4:00 - 5:30 PM. Sign up at the links below:
Stop the Bleed: Omaha
Training is held at Nebraska Community Blood Bank's donor center at 12100 Pacific Street (map). Sign up at the links below:
You can also request a private training session. For more information, contact Erica Busta at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 402-486-9412.
Only one class is needed to fulfill training. This class is not eligible for Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits. There is no age limit, however some images used in the presentation are of heavy bleeding and might not be suitable for all audiences. Please use your discretion. Space is limited. Registrants are encouraged to bring a notebook and pen. Water will be provided.