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Red Cross Wilderness Medicine and Remote First Aid

Red Cross Wilderness Medicine and Remote First Aid

Red Cross Wilderness Medicine and Remote First Aid

The primary purpose of the American Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First Aid course is to provide individuals a foundation of first aid principles and skills to be able to respond to emergencies and give care in areas that do not have immediate emergency medical services (EMS) response, such as wilderness and remote environments, including urban disasters, such as earthquakes and hurricanes.  

The Wilderness and Remote First Aid course requires active participation in a classroom or field experience that grows in complexity from initial response principles to specific care recommendations. This course highlights the importance of critical thinking and decision-making to take the appropriate action to give first aid care in a delayed-help environment. The course is intended to provide hands-on learning using realistic scenarios that present some of the realities of caring for someone in an environment with fewer resources and changing conditions.  

Current adult CPR/AED certification is a prerequisite for participation in the Wilderness and Remote First Aid course. Participants must also be 14 years of age on or before the last scheduled session of the course.  

Course Materials: Wilderness and Remote First Aid Emergency Reference Guide and Pocket Guide, Student First Aid Training Kit.  

Featured Topics  

Performing primary and secondary assessment Head (Brain), 

Neck and Spinal Injuries 

Wounds and Wound Infection 

Bites and Stings 

Bone and Joint Injuries 


Abdominal Illnesses 


Heat-Related Illnesses 


Altitude Illnesses 

Submersion Incidents 

Allergies and Anaphylaxis

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