BBC News reports on citizen Aid

BBC News reports on citizen Aid

Terrorism ‘first-aid training needed’

BBC News reports on Citizen AID

People need to learn lifesaving skills in case they are caught up in a terror attack in the UK, a team of senior military and civilian medics has said.

They say people need to know how to help each other because it could take some time before it is deemed safe for paramedics to arrive on the scene.

Their app, called CitizenAID, offers step-by-step advice.

The idea is supported by counter-terrorism police. Security services say a UK terror attack is highly likely.

‘Run, hide, tell’

Although an individual’s chance of being caught up in an incident is small, Brig Tim Hodgetts and Prof

Sir Keith Porter, co-developers of CitizenAID, say it is a good idea for people to have a plan and the

knowledge and skills to help each other.

Their app, pocket book and website suggest how best to deal with injuries in the immediate aftermath of a mass shooting or bombing incident.

Read full story here : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38501260

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