In order to establish guidelines for comprehensive, thorough, and more consistent wilderness medical training, AORE and other organizations that hold a respectively large place in the field of wilderness medicine have signed off on the Wilderness First Responder SOP (Draft), a document that complements the Wilderness First Aid Scope of Practice.

Please consider helping AORE make a difference by reviewing this document if you have ever sponsored a WFR course, attended at WFR course, or instructed a WFR course. Does this document include the topics that you want your staff to know? As a participants of a Wilderness First Responder course, is this training enough to prepare you for backcountry medical emergencies? Are the elective topics sufficient? Please be clear, professional, and thorough.

Wilderness Medical Associates to be a Exhibitor at the 2009 Wilderness Risk Management Conference In addition to four Wilderness Medical Associates’ instructors presenting at the conference, the company will staff a booth in the vendor hall. Please stop by to say hello and find out what’s new at WMA.  Anne Rugg, the WMA General Manager, …