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First Aid should be taught in schools in the UK
First Aid should be taught in schools worldwide.
It would take some strain off health services, particularly those which offer free healthcare such as the NHS in the UK.
Teaching first aid could help encourage more students to pursue careers in the medical field.
It would make children more sensitive to helping others in need and would allow them to learn a basic skill that would help them at all ages in life
In an emergency situation it could help decrease the bystander effect and encourage people to provide help quickly.
Children are too young to be able to provide First Aid. It makes more sense for First Aid to be taught mandatorily every few years throughout adulthood.
It would be expensive to implement compulsory First Aid.
The school curriculum is already full. Adding in First Aid is not possible without making sacrifices in other areas.
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