Remote Frontier Medical
Location: Halliburton, ON - Canada
Dates: 8/18/2020 - 8/26/2020
A medical school elective designed for medical students interested in learning about the management of patients in remote and low resource areas.
This elective offers medical students an opportunity to expand their practical and academic knowledge through an educational experience that stresses problem-based learning and education among their peers. Our core pedagogical components instill the best practices of medical school education by including didactic sessions, case study discussions, a variety of simulated patient encounters, practical skills labs, and evidenced-based medicine reviews. Particular emphasis is given to assessing patients, formulating problem lists, and carrying out student-planned treatments (including evacuations) in relatively low-tech environments. Our goal is to help our students actively investigate and articulate these best practices via a curriculum that is engaging, practical, and hands-on.
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|Wilderness medical elective for all current medical students. Faculty include physicians and prehospital medical practitioners experienced in remote and wilderness patient care.
Costs include tuition and all materials. Room and board is a separate additional cost.
5 days of pre-study and activity, 9 days on site
Use WMA’s pre-registration form to enroll or contact Mike Webster directly. Tuition payment through Paypal or interac transfer (other payment methods available upon request)
Please click here and fill out the form to let the sponsor know of your interest in the course. Someone from the sponsoring organization will be in touch to let you know if there is space in the course and to complete your registration. Filling out this form does not guarantee your spot in the course.
|Mike Webster||ON, Canada||Advanced Care Paramedic, Masters degree in Disaster Management|