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Survival rates after car crashes and other major inujuries improved dramatically after the importance of the first 60 minutes was recognized and trauma care was streamlined around that golden hour

Communications decisions in the first 60 minutes of an emergency are critical, too. This book shows how you can apply a “trauma care” systems approach to organize decisions and resources to assure the best possible outcomes during and after a Communications Golden Hour™.

Based on the concepts that I teach in workshops, this book includes practical guidelines for planning and preparation, including checklists to help communications leaders prepare for decisions likely in any emergency - and streamline your approach so that you are ready.
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About Doug Levy

Doug Levy has been the calm person in some of the most intense emergencies. Firefighter and EMT, lawyer, award-winning investigative reporter, he's been on the communications teams at Columbia University, Johns Hopkins and the University of California, San Francisco. He has advised public safety agencies, health departments, universities, hospitals and police departments on how to get emergency messages out to the public fast – when lives are on the line. One of the first people to embrace social media as a tool for emergency communications, Doug shows what works – and what doesn't – based on real examples. He can be found at
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