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Comment by Erich M. Weldon on August 23, 2011 at 12:30am

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Comment by Jim Cole on December 8, 2010 at 12:07am
http://sanjuanems.org/news-announcements/first-aid-kits/ is a resource for people looking to start a good basic wilderness first aid kit.
Comment by Jim Cole on September 16, 2010 at 7:01pm
Wilderness EMS Chiefs and Directors!!!! THE organization for those who are in EMS management and leadership! A life and career changing conference. I hope you can make it. I'll be attending. http://iaemsc.org/conference.html
Comment by Shana Tarter on May 18, 2010 at 4:45pm
The Wilderness Medicine Institute of NOLS has partnered with REI, Inc. to offer Wilderness First Aid courses at REI Store locations throughout the country. http://www.nols.edu/news/press/100518_rei_wmi.shtml
Comment by Gary Speed on June 28, 2009 at 5:48am
Steven--I am interested in your comments about the BSA requirements. I teach a WFA course in my council and work with the Venturing program in high adventure trips. The talk of a WFA advancement requirement had not reached the professionals here in our council. Please update us on anything you hear. Thanks!
Comment by Jim Cole on June 2, 2009 at 3:00pm
We're doing a Wilderness EMT Module and a WEMT/WFR Refresher this fall in the San Juan Islands. www.wildernessems.org for more details. Everyone, have a safe and FUN summer!
Comment by Steven Lichtenberg on April 2, 2009 at 1:57pm
Just found out something that could effect all of us in Wilderness Medicine and training. Not of this is substantiated yet but worth discussing. First, all of the major certifying organizations are going to work around a standard curriculum. This is driven by the Boy Scouts and their requirement for Wilderness First Aid training for high adventure trips to New Mexico.

Second, the Boy Scouts are changing their advancement requirements to mandate a 16 hour Wilderness First Aid course for all youth that wish to attain the rank of Star. This is to go into effect in 2010 from what I am hearing. Should vastly increase the demand for this course.
Comment by Dennis McMillin on March 25, 2009 at 11:08am
I read the comments on equine use in SAR and have a lifetime of experience. As a former rodeo, ranch hand, horse trainer, and current Medic, I have enjoyed horses and used them in numerous scenerios. I have packed a mobile ambulance into movie sets where vehicles weren't allowed, and been involved in multi operational period rescue situations. All using pack horses. I say pack horses because one rider one horse may move you around but the equipment that you take on your horse is limited and when you encounter a rescue/extrication situation one horse will be inadaquate. The badlands and the Black Hills of South Dakota are my playground and they taught me the uses and limitations of horses in SAR situations.
Comment by Jodi on March 24, 2009 at 4:36pm
Trish for your horse and SAR request here is the web page. Ask for Pam or LT. Counts with the Thurston County SO
Email me at AzTraumaMomma@aol.com and I will send you more info.
http://www.tcsomp.org/TCSOMP.htm
Don't laugh My SAR group gave me that Email address.
Comment by Seth Collings Hawkins on January 9, 2009 at 1:58pm
For those of you in the southern Appalachians, here is a resource tool:
www.appwildmed.org

For those of you on Facebook, you may be interested in this group:
www.facebook.com/home.php#/group.php?gid=20366770103
 

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