This next video in our Safety Series is recommended viewing for Blockheads AND parents, so you’re prepared if there’s an injury on your boat. Join featured contributor Shelly Galligan, RN as she digs into potential injuries to your muscles and bones, including the difference between stable and unstable injuries, and what you can do to treat those while waiting for help.
Learn more about Shelly on her website and Point 2 Point Nautical and Medical Services Facebook page.
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Harken Blockheads has partnered with Shelly Galligan, RN to bring you a new video series focused on safety for youth sailors, parents, and coaches. Each video takes an in-depth look at an important topic, offering essential guidance and tips for keeping Blockheads safe and healthy on the water. Shelly Is a USCG 100 ton captain and registered nurse with 25 years of emergency room experience. She holds certifications in emergency nursing, offshore medicine, trauma nursing, advanced cardiac life support, and pediatric advanced life support.
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