StreetDoctors – empowering young lifesavers by teaching emergency first aid


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Your friend has just been stabbed. You’ve found someone in the street who’s bleeding. Our new #ApplyPressure campaign tells young people how to save a life.

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RT @lucierussell12: Proud that @StreetDoctors is part of a critical mass of organisations calling out to put #ChildrenAtTheHeart @ncbtweets
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RT @theSCYJ: Following the Prime Minister's speech on the government's recovery plan, @theSCYJ along with over 100 other organisations is c…
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RT @Redthreadyouth: Children and young people are experts in their own lives, we must listen to them and what they need. We’re proud to a…
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RT @CharityComms: .@StreetDoctors are looking for a Director of operations: https://t.co/xEM62BAgyk #CharityJobs


“It has changed my mind, now I wouldn’t think about taking a knife out because number one I can hurt myself and you just look silly hurting yourself and then giving yourself all these problems and then the guilt of doing it to someone else because that’s someone else’s child.”

– Jamal, 16, Young Offender, Birmingham

“He incurred mainly defence wounds to his arms. He then entered Tesco’s and grabbed nappies to stop the bleeding. He told his worker he was glad he had done StreetDoctors as he knew to protect his vital organs and held his arms up in a crossed manner across his chest.”

– Case Worker of Ethan, 15, victim of knife crime, Liverpool 


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