As mass shootings become normalized, hospitals prep their staff for the worst
Nearly half of Americans believe it is likely there will be another major mass shooting in the next three months, even though such attacks comprise a small fraction (between 1% annually) of gun-related deaths. Nevertheless, mass shootings linger in the public consciousness, largely because of their scope and often random nature. They have prompted a nationwide re-evaluation in the way doctors, nurses, first responders, hospitals and law enforcement officials prepare for and respond to such events.
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