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I. Introduction Those who are trained in wilderness medicine should be aware of exposure to liability when they use the skills they have learned. This can be a bit more complicated than you might think.

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Author: Kurt Merrill, Kris Wright
Topics: Risk Management
Article from 2005 Wilderness Risk Management Conference Proceedings from the Wilderness Risk Management Conference Web site - www.nols.edu/wrmc Reprinted with permission. Register for the upcoming WRMC Conference  
 

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