Stop The Bleed
The University of Texas at Tyler
Did you know that there is a Public Access Bleeding Control Kit in every classroom and lab on campus, as well as specific public spaces, such as the Library, HPC Gym and the University Center?
Would you know how to use the contents during a bleeding emergency?
The purpose of the Stop The Bleed campaign is to better prepare the public to save lives if others nearby are severely bleeding. This is being done by raising awareness and teaching individuals three quick actions to control serious bleeding.
Through our Stop The Bleed course, you’ll gain the ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding and intervene effectively. The person next to a bleeding victim may be the one who’s most likely to save their life.
Take the class and become empowered to make a life-or-death difference when a bleeding emergency occurs. Stop The Bleed. Save a Life!
Upcoming Stop The Bleed class:
Monday, February 26, 2024
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
University Center (UC) 3140
3060 Alumni Circle, Tyler, TX 75701 (Main Academic Campus)
Want to get certified on your own time in 30 minutes or less? The Hybrid option is for you!
Those interested can get certified in Stop The Bleed by watching a 20-minute video online and then practicing the learned life-saving skills with a UT Tyler STB Initiative member on campus. The online and face-to-face portions are both required for certification. E-mail Elizabeth Caulkins at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
To register for a class, e-mail us at StopTheBleed@uttyler.edu
1. Classes are free.
2. Classes are available to faculty, staff, students and members of the East Texas community.
3. In-person classes will last no longer than 60 minutes.
4. All classes will take place in the UT Tyler University Center (UC) on the 3rd Floor.
5. Each participant will receive a STB certificate, which never expires.
6. Private classes can be arranged for your group by request.
The UT Tyler Stop The Bleed Initiative is an interdisciplinary team made up of professionals from the departments of Nursing, Environmental Health and Safety, and Bystander Intervention. UT Tyler Nursing students help co-instruct during the hands-on skills portion of the class.
Questions? Contact us at StopTheBleed@uttyler.edu.
To learn more about the national Stop The Bleed campaign visit www.StopTheBleed.org.