This online module is designed for medical professionals of all levels seeking continuing education credits, those seeking Wilderness Medical Society FAWM credit, or for anyone interested in learning more about this topic.
In this bundle, you will receive the complete list of offerings available regarding the topic of head, eyes, ears, nose and throat conditions in the wilderness. Each module highlights a different anatomical topic and describes pathology, diagnosis, treatment, and evacuation for each illness.
These modules are only available in this bundle; earn up to 2 CME credits for completion!
AdventureMed offers a unique online learning experience through our innovative learning platform. Instead of reading a textbook, our online modules are designed to learn alongside the user, providing feedback, testing comprehension, and increasing long term retention. In addition to this platform, supplemental material, such as readings and podcasts, are provided to elevate learner experience.
The Eye Disorders module is eligible for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™, while the skin issues and wilderness dentistry modules are each eligible for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Individual certificates will be provided for each module upon completion of the entire bundle.
Disclaimer: The faculty and AdventureMed staff involved with this educational activity have signed disclosure statements indicating they have no conflicts of interest or relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest with respect to this course content.
Privacy and Confidentiality: The WMS does not disclose any information related to CME credit activity except directly to you and in aggregate form to the accrediting entity.
Media and Method: The media used to deliver this educational product is question and case based learning delivered online. To complete this activity, learners must have an internet-ready computer. While viewing the presentation, the learner provides reflection and evaluation.
All education content presented in this activity has been reviewed and validated as appropriate in keeping with sound scientific principles.
To receive FAWM (Fellows of Academy of Wilderness Medicine) credit, send a copy of the completed certificate to the following:
Upload the certificate via your personal portal on the WMS website, wms.org