Guest post Dr Edi Albert - Associate Professor, Remote and Polar Medicine at the University of Tasmania. Director, Wilderness Education Group These two nearly synonymous terms refer broadly to the practice of medicine in austere and remote environments. The former term suggests a “journey with a purpose”, whether scientific, humanitarian, or recreational. The latter terms … [Read more...] about Expedition and Wilderness Medicine
(Again, thanks for the images kindly supplied by Andrew of footloosefotography.com from his recent PNG trip where he provided medical support for a group on the Kokoda track) I won't formulate a whole Fellowship VAQ style answer to the question asked in the recent post: http://underneathem.wordpress.com/2012/05/22/a-wilderness-medicine-case-wmed/ essentially because the pain … [Read more...] about Wilderness Medicine Case – ugly feet follow up!