Nicole Johnson, a former Army Combat Medic, was on the Las Vegas Strip during the Mandalay Bay shooting. She joins Head Space and Timing and the Change Your POV Podcast to talk about her experience, her thoughts on responsiveness, and the impact that it has on her and those around her.
Nicole has spent most of her adult life in medicine. She has a passion for trauma, and the many challenges and rewards it offers. She has been been lucky enough to work with some of the finest docs and medics in the world and learned how to be the best from watching them. She is the owner of PRIEST tactical solutions, which stands for stands for Precision Response for Immediate Emergency Stabilization and Treatment. Her goal is to take cutting edge, front line medicine, and put it into the hands of the public.
IN THIS PARTICULAR EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:
Nicole’s military career and experience
The comparison…or complete lack of…combat experience and what happened on 1 October 2017
Nicole’s first-hand experience of what happened in Las Vegas
People helping people, the individual response to the tragedy
Emergency preparedness, or lack of it
The psychological response to the incident
The concept of prevention versus readiness
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