Where’s the Man?: Belize

Here is the man (with me) in front of and inside Actun Tunichil Muknal, a 3.5 mile long Mayan Cave in Belize in the San Ignacio Cayo. The ATM is a national archeological site and considered a “living museum” with over 1500 Mayan artifacts inside including 14 skeletons from sacrafices. 2nd photo taken over 1km underground.

Click on the photos to enlarge. These entries were submitted by , a WMA instructor, while on a course in Belize.

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Where’s the Man?: Pacific Crest Trail, WA

WMA-certified ,  LT, sent us this photo of him cruising along with the man alongside the caption below. Thank you for making the trails a better place!

“The man soaring over White Pass, Washington.  He joined my crew and I as we performed 6 months of restoration work along the PCT from Washington to Southern California for the Pacific Crest Trail Association.”

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Where’s the Man?: Anchorage, AK

Jerimiah was putting “The Man” hard at work while rebuilding Rome for his vacation bible school. Jerimiah is a medical missionary and is certified as a .

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Where’s the Man?: Golan Heights of Northern Israel

Kevin Z., a WMA certified , was hiking the Golan Trail and decided to take this photo of him next to a minefield (yes, a minefield). I don’t know if this would go beyond the first triangle in the Patient Assessment system.

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Where’s the Man?: Isla Bella, Panama

WMA Instructor, Stephen Leavins, sent in this photo of him while he was on a sea kayaking trip. The locals dug him out some canoes and great paddles.

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Where’s the Man?: Cape Peninsula, South Africa

Allie sent in this photo of herself showing off the man in Cape Peninsula, located near Cape Town, South Africa.

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Where’s the Man?: Boston, MA – Run of the Charles

Henry Chance was on hand in Boston, MA for the annual . The only major medical incident that day was a collection of bruised egos.

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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 .

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.

Please send your comments to Tim Mertz (). Comments received will be consolidated and then presented to the wilderness medical providers for consideration in the final document.

Where’s the Man?: Butter Island, ME

Here’s the man in Maine on Butter Island. This submission is from Jeff Isaac, PA-C, WMA’s very own curriculum director and instructor.

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Submitted by Dr. David Johnson, WMA President & Medical Director.

DJ in the Belen market of Iquitos, Peru.

This venue winds forever along the river’s edge.  It serves the population 7 days a week, offering all manner of food, herbs, spices, wood products, alcohol and jungle remedies produced or grown in the many distant jungle communities up and down river.  Iquitos, a city with more than 500,00 inhabitants, is bounded by the Amazon, Nanay and Itaya rivers.  It is purported to be the largest city in the world unreachable by a road.

DJ has been in Cusco and Lima studying tropical medicine for the past 9 weeks.

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