“STAT” Emergency Response
The STAT program shows people how to cope with basic emergencies
and is presented in a simple format designed for all audiences.
Participants are trained to use their heads as well as their hands
to better handle unexpected situations. Some of the topics being
covered include: the Good Samaritan Law, Assessment, diabetic
emergencies, allergic reactions, asthma, seizures, shock and
David Morgan has worked in healthcare since 1986 and currently
serves as the Principal Trainer at Safety First. Mr. Morgan has
been a corporate trainer in health and safety skills since 1986 and
has served as an emergency medical technician at the University of
Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark, New Jersey. After
he received his B.A. in Social Work and completed coursework for a
master’s degree in Public Health from Rutgers University, he became
the Administrator for Surgical Patient Care Services.
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Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Da Silva Academic Center, Room 109
Staten Island Campus