How We Train, Perform, and Sustain: An interactive session on identifying strengths and opportunities across wilderness medicine disciplines

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Instructor: Bree Kullman
Date: Saturday Nov 2
Time: 1300-1430
Cost: FREE
Type: Virtual and In-Person

This workshop is an opportunity for participants to have interdisciplinary discussions on the strengths of their respective industries, and gain insight into transferable modalities and opportunities from other wilderness medicine professionals. Participants are ideally from a variety of backgrounds: guides, SAR and Avalanche professionals, physicians, medics, etc. After a brief introduction, the group will be split into two diverse teams, in which they will discuss and present on a subtopic from three different categories: training, performance, and professional sustainability.

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Description

Instructor: Bree Kullman
Date: Saturday Nov 2
Time: 1300-1430
Cost: FREE
Type: Virtual and In-Person

This workshop is an opportunity for participants to have interdisciplinary discussions on the strengths of their respective industries, and gain insight into transferable modalities and opportunities from other wilderness medicine professionals. Participants are ideally from a variety of backgrounds: guides, SAR and Avalanche professionals, physicians, medics, etc. After a brief introduction, the group will be split into two diverse teams, in which they will discuss and present on a subtopic from three different categories: training, performance, and professional sustainability.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this session, participants will:

  1. Have critically appraised their profession’s strengths in training, mental models, sector information exchange, mental health and group culture
  2. Be able to identify transferable strategies in the above categories from other wilderness medicine disciples .
  3. Be able to recognize a cross-disciple challenge in need of further leadership and/or research.