Total Hours: 25

 

Plenary, 15 hours CME (FAWM codes included)

 

Bennett

Emergency Airways 12-017

Soft Tissue Injuries and Contusions/Hemorrhage Control 12-010

Heat Illness and Dehydration 09-009

Improvised Field Wound Management/TCCC 10-001

 

Forgey

Water Purification Methods 08-008

Vector Control and Barriers 08-002

Overview of Medical Emergencies in the Wilderness 12-010

 

Van Tilburg

Medical Kits for Exotic Travel, 02-023 

Overview of Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance 11-001 

Safety and Security While Traveling 02-014

 

Faculty

Travel Medicine 02-017

Travel dermatology 02-033

Hemorrhagic fevers 02-049

Traveler’s Diarrhea 02-009

Antibiotic Selection and Therapy 12-004

 

Evening, 5 hours CME

Overview of Primitive Medicine 10-003 (Vermeyen)

Cultural Awareness for Volunteers 11-025 (Vermeyen)

Incorporating Travel Medicine into a Medical Practice 02-030 (Forgey)

Law and Ethics in Wilderness Medicine 12-052 (Van Tilburg)

Overview of Search and Rescue 06-001 (Van Tilburg)

 

Workshops, 6 hours CME (each workshop 2 hours)

Day 2: Citadel tour: Cultural Considerations in Travel Medicine (Vilna) 02-028

Hemorrhage Control 12-017/12-046 (Bennett)

           

Day 3: Isle de Mal island tour: Solar Injury 09-005, Survival 05-010/05-013, (Van Tilburg)

Surgical Airways 12.001/12-002/12-040 (Bennett)

Day 4: Fort Liberte Hospital Tour: Women’s Issues in Traveling 02-012; Special Medical Considerations in Central American Travel 02-037 (Modenstin)

 

CME Total 25 hours

 

Course Content

CME ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the Wilderness Medical Society and Medical Student Missions . The Wilderness Medical Society is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

 

The Wilderness Medical Society designates this live activity for a maximum of 25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.