As pragmatists we need to evolve what we do. Surely we can't help but be concerned by the spate of attacks in which acid is thrown in the victims' faces. I've read much advice on how to deal with this after you've been attacked in terms of first aid. But how do defend against this and how do we incorporate this into our teaching?
The obvious first answer is, as with any attack, use your skills to minimise the attack happening in the first place. But what else? What specific?