Course: Wilderness Advanced Life SupportJoin the course
- COURSES TYPE
- Wilderness Advanced Life Support
- 2019-01-18 → 2019-01-21 (5 days)
- 780 USD
- David Johnson
- Registration information
- Requirement to Participants
Doctors, nurses, or above only. Other non-professionals will NOT be accepted.
License is required to be uploaded.
Wilderness Advanced Life Support（WALS）：
2019-01-18 to 2019-01-21（4 days in total）
The training fee is 780USD including taxes, teaching materials, course teaching fees, and certificate fees.
This program’s primary goal is to apply current medical knowledge and critical thinking for use in remote/resource challenged patient care settings. It is targeted toward advanced care medical practitioners.
The Wilderness Advanced Life Support (WALS) is Wilderness Medical Associates International’s most advanced level course. Our 36-hour course is run over 4 days(5 days for courses requiring translations). It is open to certified or licensed advanced level medical practitioners involved or interested in rescue, mass casualty, and remote outdoor environments or urban areas in disaster or crisis. This constantly-evolving course is highlighted by discussions of new and controversial ideas and the appropriate application of technologies. The learning environment is challenging, stimulating, and fun.
Instructor of records
DJ是野外医学培训教材的主要编撰者，以及野外医学研究的先锋者。 DJ先生从事的户外运动有，加拿大北部野外独木舟，北美以及南美的登山攀岩，美国缅因州和乔治亚州的海上皮划艇，横跨大西洋的帆船之旅。 DJ先生非常热衷于课程的拓展以及教学，他所面临的最大挑战是为那些需要帮助的人们尝试将复杂的概念转为简单易行以及可利用的操作。DJ声明：对事故的紧急以及严重程度拥有清晰的概念往往比精密的诊断更为重要
Assistant for this course
Brandon, with his 20 years of experience in the outdoor education field, has also garnered experience in conducting Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award programme throughout Asia Pacific regions. Beside that, he also involved with International Disaster Relief Mission and Local Search & Rescue Relief Mission. He also has strong interest in the environment and still continues doing research in recreational ecology in his PhD.