“How do I get started in Wilderness, Remote and Expedition Medicine?” This is a very good and not-so-unusual comment I seem to be getting. I thought I would write a post about what I know and try to gather some resources in one, easy page. The www.AdventureDoc.org website and this blog have a lot of links and resources, but they can be a bit to sort through. Here it comes… In no particular order:
Field Guide to Wilderness Medicine By: P. Auerbach, H. Donner and E. Weiss ISBN: 0-323-01894-7
The Travel and Tropical Medicine Manual By; E. Jonog and R. McMullen ISBN: 0-7216-4214-4
Manual of Rural Practice By: Hutten-Czapski, Magee and Wootton ISBN: 0-9781620-0-5
Primary Surgery Volumes 1 and 2 Edited By: King, Bewes, Cairns and Thornton ISBN: 0-19-261694-3
US Army Special Forces Medical Handbook ST-31-91B
Primary Anaesthesia Edited By: M. King ISBN: 0-19-261592-0
Medicins Sans Frontieres: Minor Surgical Procedures in Remote Areas
District Laboratory Practice in Tropical Countries Vol. 1 and 2 By: M. Cheesbrough ISBN: 0-521-66546-9
TravelMedicine.com Travel Health Guide
World Health Organization International Travel and Health
Medicine for the Outdoors by Paul Auerbach MD
www.AdventureDoc.org (I gotta list mine)
This is just a few sites and information to get learn about travel, expedition, remote and wilderness medicine. My list is, by no means, comprehensive…just good places to start! Anybody that wants to suggest some others sites…let’s hear about them! Thanks!
Hope the information is useful!