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First Aiders Guide to Acute Alcohol Poisoning
At first glance you might wonder what this topic has to do with outdoor or experiential education. Well, dealing with alcohol abuse and binge drinking is becoming a bigger and bigger issue both on college campus and in high schools. One of the ways to empower students around alcohol issues is to train them through first aid to understand the how to recognize and treat someone who is severely intoxicated. Princeton University uses this approach with student outdoor leaders to provide a well-informed and well-trained group of students on campus who are prepared to respond and treat their fellow students.
AORE hosts Wilderness Medicine Roundtable in Minneapolis, MN
November 12, 2009
Food Allergy Among U.S. Children increases by 18%
October 23, 2008
National Center for Disease Statistics
FDA Warning: Cipro May Rupture Tendons
July 10, 2008
National Estimates of Outdoor Recreational Injuries Treated in Emergency Departments: Snowboarding Tops the list
June 13, 2008
Wilderness Medical Society Journal
USGS Web Tool Puts Wildlife Disease News on the Map
May 17, 2008
Some West Nile patients never fully recover: study
March 20, 2008
Is your Water Bottle Dangerous?
December 23, 2007
Accident and fatality characteristics in a population of mountain climbers in New Zealand
November 14, 2007
New Zealand Medical Journal
MEDEX Releases Free 'Travel at High Altitude Guide'
October 6, 2007
Into thin air: Altitude's toll on the brain
October 3, 2007