You can take this online course anywhere you have an internet connection. You do not have to be present in our area to take the course!

Registration will close on March 13th, 2023.

This course consists of 12 weeks of recorded lectures that take the student through both orthodox and herbal medicine in a remote or post-disaster environment where care may include wilderness first aid, emergency medicine, minor surgery, post-operative surgical care, wound and infection management and more.  The medical focus of this course is “doing more with less.”

The lectures and material include:

* Anatomy and Physiology

* Trauma-related anatomy and physiology of the head, torso, pelvis and extremities

* Cellular homeostasis

* Fluid balance and resuscitation

* Shock

* Blood loss, blood salvage & resuscitation

* Surgical wound & hemostasis management

* Anesthesia

* Suturing

* Surgical and emergency medicine gear in austere environments

* Pharmaceuticals for austere and post-disaster environments

* Introduction to herbal medicine

* Herbal medicine making

* Herbal materia medica for austere environments

* Wound healing and infection management using herbal medicine

* Live Q & A with Steve Pehrson and Sam Coffman

* Scenario round table discussions from previous year’s on-site intensives (audio)

* Clinic planning, setup and management in post-disaster and austere environments

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