NOLS Wilderness Medicine Course Well-Received at UNC

Posted by Brooke Ortel on April 12, 2019 8:31:33 AM MDT

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In partnership with Landmark Learning, NOLS Wilderness Medicine offered a Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course at UNC-Greensboro’s Piney Lake in March 2019. University students, educators, Boy Scout leaders, and other outdoor enthusiasts participated in this two-day introduction to preventing and treating common injuries and illnesses in remote settings.

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NOLS Wilderness Medicine: A Genius Way to Use Your PTO

Posted by Brooke Ortel on February 12, 2019 1:12:46 PM MST

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Outdoorsy, a company that coordinates RV rentals, recommends NOLS Wilderness Medicine training as one of their top five picks for using paid time off. If you camp and recreate in remote areas, completing a wilderness medicine course is a great way to spend your PTO. 

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Building a Proper First Aid Kit

Posted by Brooke Ortel on September 28, 2018 11:56:34 AM MDT

Outside Online looks to NOLS Wilderness Medicine for tips on how to build a well-stocked first aid kit. The first step? Making sure you know how to use all of the supplies you're planning to packconsider taking a wilderness first aid course to prepare.

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Idaho Rescue Training Brings NOLS Wilderness First Aid to Magic Valley

Posted by Brooke Ortel on May 16, 2018 9:05:58 AM MDT

Idaho Rescue Training recently hosted a two-day NOLS Wilderness First Aid course for Magic Valley residents. It’s a good way to prepare for outdoor recreation this summer, says senior instructor Paul Holle: “knowing what to do in an emergency, especially when you don’t have access to calling 911…is really important.”

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Be Prepared: Pack a Premade First Aid Kit

Posted by Brooke Ortel on February 21, 2018 11:51:19 AM MST

With input from Shana Tarter, assistant director of NOLS Wilderness Medicine, Outside’s Gear Guy discusses the advantages of purchasing a premade first aid kit. The bottom line? It’s much more economical than trying to construct your own, plus you’ll be prepared for a range of situations without adding a lot of weight to your pack.

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