The American Heart Association has released new guidelines for CPR. The guidelines are based on an international evaluation process that involved hundreds of resuscitation scientists and experts...
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Epinephrine, it’s one of outdoor education’s ‘unspoken secrets.’ Something you don't like to talk about outside your program, lest you raise red flags about how your program operates. And that...
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Recreation and education programs in our industry generally have a legal duty to protect their clients and students from unreasonable risks of harm. What does that duty require of a program faced...
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As college outdoor program leaders you are trained in first aid to be able to respond to emergencies on trips. With that training comes the responsibility to respond to other first aid scenarios you...
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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...
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