EWM (Australia) opens its doors with a first course in the Blue Mountains of NSW

 

Courses in Australia

EWM (Australia) opens its doors with a first course in the Blue Mountains of NSW

Headed up by Managing Director Jamie Morton and Medical Director Dr Andrew Peacockits all go with Andrew still at sea on the  the Australian Icebreaker “Aurora Australis and the first course on 24 March to 27 March 2014 – find out more here…

Wilderness Medicine with National Geographic

Kimberley, WA 19 July to 01 August 2014 Find out more here….
Offered in conjunction with National Geographic & Lindblad Expeditions
You will  travel with an Expedition Leader, a team of naturalists, an undersea specialist, divemasters, a National Geographic photographer and a Lindblad-National Geographic certified photo instructor, who are amazing experts in their own right, and consequently offer a superb environment from which to explore this incredible region.

Antarctica Wilderness Medicine Conference*

28 November-11 December 2014
Offered in conjunction with National Geographic & Lindblad Expeditions
Led by Dr Paul Auerbach MS, FACEP, FAWM is the Redlich Family Professor of Surgery in the Division of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University. He is the world’s leading authority on wilderness medicine and is one of the world’s leading authorities on emergency medicine.  Find out more here…

Expedition Medicine NSW

Blue Mountains NSW 24-27 March 2014  Find out more here….
Join an eclectic bunch of adventurous medics!  The courses are run over a 4-day period in the heart of the World Heritage Blue Mountains National Park at the stunning and award winning Jemby-Rinaj Eco Lodge near Blackheath
Medical Course Director Dr Andrew Peacock writes about his recent voyage in Antarctica

Polar Medicine, NZ

South Island, New Zealand 20-25 July 2014  Find out more here….
Join course director  Dr John Apps and EWM Medical Director Dr Andrew Peacock on an amazing course in the Southern Alps of New Zealand Find out more here….

Join a select bunch

Polar Medicine alumni have gone onto work not only in polar regions but also also cold and mountainous environments working for organisations such as Antarctica Logistics & Expeditions (ALE) and Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA).

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