Awareness on First Aid on Common Injuries
by the MAPEH Major Students In
University of Rizal System
ACADEMIC YEAR 2011- 2012
An Undergraduate Thesis Proposal
the Faculty of School of Education
First Aid Notes
Q. Why is first aid important?
A. It is better to know first aid and not need it than to need it and not know it.
Q. What is first aid?
A. First aid is the immediate care give to an injured or suddenly ill person.
Q. What is Duty of Care?
A. While providing first aid you
-Is an immediate, temporary, and continuing care given to a person who has been injured or suddenly taken ill.
Objectives of first aid:
1. Alleviate pain and suffering.
2. Prevent added/further injury.
3. Prolong life or save limb.
Hindrances in giving first aid:
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First aid is the initial care given to a sick or injured person before more formal medical
assistance is applied. The goal of first aid is to intervene actively to prevent further
damage, to provide life support, and to begin effective treatment of the victim's
condition, to minimize injury a
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WHAT IS FIRST AID?
First aid - Is the treatment of any injury or sudden illness before professional medical help can be provided. The aim is to prevent the condition worsening, aid recovery and pre
First aid is the immediate assistance or treatment given to someone injured or suddenly taken ill before the arrival of an ambulance, doctor, or other appropriate qualified persons.
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DEPARTMENT OF EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCE
ESS 201, Section 01: Safety, First Aid and CPR
On Select Mondays @ 11:00-11:55 am in Wimberly Hall 102
Lab 10L – Wednesdays @ 9:55-10:50 am in Mitchell Hall Gym 112
Lab 11L – Wednesdays @ 11:00-11:55 am in Mitchell Hall Gym 112
from September 5 –
Paediatric Emergency First Aid
1.1 Identify the responsibilities of a paediatric first aider.
I should aim to preserve life, prevent the condition worsening, and promote recovery.
-Remain calm at all times Appear confident and reas
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