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Writer Research: Amnesia

How many times have we seen it in pop culture? A character develops complete amnesia from a knock on the head, only to have their memory miraculously restored by further head trauma. This might make for good (or not so good) drama, but we know these aren’t realistic portrayals.

(If you didn’t know, don’t tell me. Let me keep my delusions.)
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Writer Research: CPR

Real talk, guys. How many of us have read a book or seen a movie where a character has been miraculously revived by a couple chest compressions and a breathy kiss? How many of us have written such a scene? When I first became CPR certified a couple years ago, I was ashamed of similar portrayals I had written in my youth.

Don’t make the mistake I did. Follow the advice below to avoid common errors in writing CPR.
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