The Remote Medicine for the Advanced Provider™ (RMAP) course trains Advanced Life Support (ALS) providers such as nurses, paramedics, physicians, and physician assistants on sophisticated, life-saving techniques developed for use in challenging and remote environments.
The RMAP provides the highest level of education necessary for ALS providers to manage a patient for up to 72 hours.
Remote Medicine for the Advanced Provider (RMAP)
40.25 Fellow of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine (FAWM) Hours
Current ALS Certification
Residential in Washington State locations; includes food and lodging. Non-residential in Michigan locations.
Key Topics Covered:
The RMAP includes the widest range of advanced medical skills available to RMI students. This course educates participants on immobilization and carrying techniques, litter packaging, cold and heat emergencies, joint reductions, fracture management, spinal injury assessment and management, eye injuries, dental emergencies, expedition health and hygiene, psychological emergencies, tropical medicine, altitude illness, envenomation, evacuations, rescue considerations, mass casualty incidents, triage situations, how to utilize medical kits and manage remote site clinics, and more. Download Course Outline.
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