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Media

WSI's CEO, Kevin Reiter, is a featured co-host and guest on the Disaster Podcast, The Survivalist Prepper Podcast, The Mind4Survival Podcast, as well as many others.

 

Disaster Podcast Appearances:

Wilderness EMS Tips for The Urban Paramedic Part 2 (July 28, 2016) *FAWM CME Credit available

Wilderness EMS Tips for The Urban Paramedic Part 1 (July 21, 2016) *FAWM CME Credit available

Treating Ebola in Sierra Leone with Dr. Andi Tenner (July 7, 2016)

Active Shooter Training Needs To Be Common-Place (January 29, 2016)

Hurricane Katrina Revisited With Author B.J. Schneider (January 21, 2016)

Author B.J. Schneider Details EMS in New Orleans (January 14, 2016)

2015 Disaster Year In Review Panel Discussion (January 7, 2016)

Disaster Preparedness Depends On Your Region (November 19, 2015)

Water Rescue Management (October 8, 2015)

 

The Survivalist Prepper Podcast appearances:

Interview With Kevin From Wilderness Safety Institute - Episode 201

Different Types of Medical Skills - Episode 205

PrepperMed Colorado: Survival First Aid, Natural Hazards Awareness, and CQB Room Clearing - Episode 212

Preparedness Skills and PrepperMed Update - Episode 219

Colorado PrepperMed Recap & Lessons Learned - Episode 223

An In-Depth Look at Trauma Kits with Kevin Reiter (Part 1) - Episode 230

An In-Depth Look at Trauma Kits with Kevin Reiter (Part 2) - Episode 231

Water Safety & Filtration for Preppers With Kevin Reiter - Episode 239

 

The Mind4Survival Podcast appearances:

M4S009: Wilderness First Aid with Kevin Reiter

 

The Changing Earth Series (Author Sara F. Hathaway)

Featured on Season 4 (Episode 134 and Episode 161)

 

Wilderness Medical Society Practice Guidelines

Introduction from the Co-Chairs of the WMS Practice Guidelines Committee

Basic Wound Management in the Austere Environment

Spine Immobilization in the Austere Environment

Evaluation and Treatment of Accidental Hypothermia

Prevention and Treatment of Acute Altitude Illness

Prevention and Treatment of Drowning

Prevention and Treatment of Frostbite

Prevention and Treatment of Heat-Related Illness

Prevention and Treatment of Lightning Injuries

Treatment of Acute Pain in Remote Environments

Use of Epinephrine in Outdoor Education and Wilderness Settings

Treatment of Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia

Treatment of Eye Injuries and Illnesses in the Wilderness

Treatment of Pitviper Envenomations in the United States and Canada

 

Scope of Practice Documents

These documents represent the consensus opinions on the desired program content. There is no intent that these are binding national standards. The intention with these documents is to assist the lay public, outdoor program administrators, and other consumers of wilderness medicine courses in their choice of an appropriate course, and credential level. It is also to inform the ongoing discussions on wilderness medicine programs and systems.

Scope of Practice (SOP) for Wilderness First Aid

Scope of Practice (SOP) for Wilderness First Responder

WFR-SOP Signature Supporters

 

  • Kevin's real world experience was very obvious. He didn't kill us with war stories, but used them judiciously to underscore a point. He had great patience with me on the hands-on portion of the program. Kudos!!
    Jeff U. Wilderness First Aid Course
  • Excellent course. Am very pleased and feel much more confident. Kevin did an excellent job. He is extremely knowledgeable and was very patient working with the students. I will definitely be taking other courses.
    Bob R. Wilderness First Aid Course
  • Kevin, you hold a great class. I appreciate everything you shared in your Hemorrhage Control class. Invaluable to an average citizen like myself that has no first aid training. And thank you for your military service. Don't know if people say that enough, but I very much appreciate it.
    Chris C. Hemorrhage Control Course
  • Class was outstanding. More information than any first aid class we've ever taken. Kevin is extremely knowledgeable, approachable and a good humored teacher. Thank you again!
    Raul Basic First Aid Course
  • I would like to thank you for a great class. Class content and experiences shared were very educational for all of us. The level of interaction was excellent, we had great fun participating, and we appreciate your patience answering everyone's questions. Looking forward for your course in Wilderness First Aid!!
    Dalmir Basic First Aid Course

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