Posts Tagged ‘Wilderness Medicine’

Wilderness Medicine- Trip Planning – Weather Digital

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Weather! Cold, hot, rainy, windy, lightning.. It all effects whether we will go out into the wilderness and how we will dress and prepare. But other than your local weather person (they really have gotten better at making predictions!), how do you know what the weather will be where you are going? Rebecca hates the […]


Wilderness Medicine- Trip planning- Navigation

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Have you ever started hiking into a new area and got to a fork in the trail, with no signs, and wondered “which way do I go from here?“. Most of us have and that’s what I want to help you with today in our Planning section on navigation. I will admit, I’ve been obsessed […]


Ready for Spring and Summer Adventures? Medicine for the Outdoors

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Most outdoor adventurers (photographers, climbers, paddlers, hikers, cyclists) start their preparation for an upcoming season of nice weather adventure by sorting, cleaning, organizing and buying new gear. Some forward thinking individuals also consider physical conditioning in preparation for increased physical demands from their outdoor activities. Also reading through guide books and magazines and making plans […]


Wilderness Medicine and Photography FAWM

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The is no set pathway to becoming a nature photographer ( well, other than taking pictures and loving to be in nature). So many of us have come from a biological or environmental  sciences background. Some have come from business. Some have actually gotten degrees in photography. We all gravitate toward what we like best […]


Photography and Wilderness Medicine: Flu shots

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Some of you know that the other hat I wear is in Wilderness Medicine. With 20+ years of ER experience and even longer experience traipsing around in the wilderness, this seems very natural. So how does Wilderness Medicine go along with photography? Well, Wilderness Medicine providers (physicians, PAs, NPs, nurses, respiratory therapists, physical therapists) have […]


Wilderness Preparedness

Be Prepared. We all have heard the Boy Scout motto. But are you prepared for emergencies when you travel or go out to shoot? We remember to take extra batteries and lens cleaning material but what about ourselves? Do you carry a first aid kit? Sunscreen? Insect Repellant? Let’s discuss the essentials. Water- What? Water […]