Wilderness First Responder Recertification PE 1627 (9381)
Fri-Sat 4/21-4/22/17 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Drop Deadline: 1/27/17
This 3-day (24 hour) course is a recertification course open to graduates of ALL wilderness medical training courses of 64 hours or longer with a current certification, who are also Cornell faculty, staff, students, or their immediate families. Upon successful completion of this course you will receive certificates of course completion in WFR, Anaphylaxis and BLS-level CPR certifications. Completion of pre-course study packet is required for all participants.
Topics include patient assessment, body systems, equipment improvisation, trauma, environmental medicine, toxins, backcountry medicine, wilderness protocols, and wilderness rescue.
24 hours contact time over 3 days. This semester we'll syart at 5pm, and stay overnight in the Yurts at the Hoffman Challenge Course. Afternoons are devoted to practical hands-on sessions and rescue simulations. Expect one or two rescue simulations with made-up victims and stage blood that will be videotaped for enhanced learning. Evenings are reserved for study and assignments.
8 hours Introduction/Registration; Review Study Packet; Patient Assessment System; Basic Life Support; Circulatory System; Respiratory System; Nervous System; Lifts, Moves and Extrications; PAS Drills
8 hours Musculoskeletal; Dislocations; Spine Management; Wounds and Burns; PAS Drills; Splints I - Extremities; Splints II - Spines; Simulation;
8 hours Allergies and Anaphylaxis; Environmental Injuries; PAS Drills; Simulation; Final Testing; Conclusion