Do you know how to help someone who is bleeding profusely?
Do you know when and how to safely and effectively use a tourniquet?
If you want the skills to help a person hemorrhaging in a nonclinical setting, sign up for Stop the Bleed.
Communities and emergency responders experience considerable trauma as a result of disasters. Learn about how to provide trauma-informed care and develop plans for recovery.
Learn about the University of Minnesota's plans for mass casualty and mass fatality incidents on campus and the roles of MRC members.
Shiftboard is the scheduling system you'll use as a member to sign up for volunteer opportunities, including: deployments, training events, strike team meetings, and others. Familiarize yourself with this system and visit the Shiftboard Information page for more information.
MRC members may update your information on the Registry page. Update your information when you change departments, obtain a new credential or license, or have new contact information.
At your first MRC event, you will receive a Medical Reserve Corps T-shirt to be worn during MRC deployments.