Heat Emergency Prevention & First Aid for Sports, Hiking & Outdoor Work

Realistic Emergency Simulations • Pick-a-path Interactions

Explore pros/cons of alternative reponses with MD instructors

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Prevention, assessment & treatment of heat emergencies in outdoor work & recreation settings

Wed., June 12 • 8-9:30 PM ET • Replay included

Taught by Dr. Natalie Bonthius, emergency & survival medicine physician

NOTE: Webinar is included in WFA/WFR tuition if enrolled ≥ 3/1/23.

90-Minute Webinar OnlySelf-Paced Online Course
WED., JUNE 12Instant Access
$25$49
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Access period90 days365 days
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FUNDAMENTALS
Includes webinar & replay
Assessment & treatment of dehydration & hyponatremia
Assessment & treatment of heat stroke in sports & work settings
Intro to desert survival skills for outdoor recreation and workers
ADVANCED TOPICS
Clinical effects of sun, heat & dehydration on human body & endurance
Sun: UV exposure + sunburn severity (1st, 2nd, 3rd-degree treatment)
Heat: Exertional heat illness, heat cramps, heat syncope, heat edema, heat exhaustion & heat stroke
Dehydration & rehydration: Hypo- & hypernatremia, estimating water needs + transporting, finding & treating water
SPECIAL TOPICS
Coach & sports need-to-know: return-to-play guidelines + medical and legal aspects
Camping, hiking & outdoor work in heat & desert conditions
Lost or stranded in the desert: first aid & survival skills for outdoor work, hiking, camping, running & cycling
Using temperature & sweat rate to choose gear & cooling devices
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What is a Survival Med Challenge! webinar?

Realistic video medical cases teach patient assessment & improvised emergency care

Apply your knowledge to bleeding, fractures, injuries, illness, wildlife attacks & more

Interactive pick-a-path questions provide instant feedback on your diagnosis & treatment decisions

Coaching & feedback from our physician-instructors

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Survival Med Faculty

Dr. Natalie Bonthius skiing
Natalie Bonthius, MD

Founder of Survival Med & Emergency & Survival Medicine Physician, UHS-Southern California

Dr. Carson Harper
Carson Harper, MD

Emergency Medicine Physician, UHS-Southern California

Dr. Richard Ingebretsen
Richard Ingebretsen, MD

Clinical Instructor & Wild Med U Program Director, University of Utah School of Medicine

Kevin Grange, Paramedic
Kevin
Grange

Paramedic & Firefighter, Jackson Hole Fire & EMS and Grand Teton National Park

Dr. Robert Scanlon
Robert Scanlon, MD

Quadruple Board-Certified Critical Care, Pulmonology, Internal Medicine & Sleep Medicine Physician