‘We are seeing more stabbings, gunshot wounds, blunt force injuries and use of axes and batons’
An emergency department sister is behind a project to teach life-saving skills to young people who are most at risk of serious violence in London
Growing rates of youth violence mean many emergency department (ED) staff around the UK regularly witness the shocking legacy of knife injuries on children and teenagers.
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