Wilderness Rescue Medicine

A course for advanced care medical practitioners in remote and austere settings

Hands-On Practical Training

RescueMED's latest course “Wilderness Rescue Medicine” is specifically designed for medical professionals seeking to broaden their skill base and build confidence in providing cutting edge medical care in remote and austere settings.

This course has been developed right here in Australia for our local conditions and has particular emphasis on the medical presentations likely to be encountered in the Australian environment.

Wilderness Rescue Medicine in operation

RescueMED are very pleased to partner with the Tasmania Walking Company to bring you an exclusive opportunity to develop your wilderness medicine skills whilst bathing in the beauty of the Bay of Fires Lodge.

Maximum: 8 guests

Course Details

Dates: (SOLD OUT) 21–25 May 2024
Price: $5,525
Wilderness Rescue Medicine Facilities

The course will provide a contemporary overview of medical care in the wilderness and will be facilitated by internationally recognised experts in wilderness medicine.

We will introduce the essential components of medical care in remote and austere settings and develop individual practitioners through group discussions, workshops and increasingly challenging scenario based simulations. This will all be occurring in the tremendously beautiful setting of the Bay of Fires Lodge.

This is a rare opportunity to take in the beauty of this remote coastal environment whilst pushing yourself to develop your clinical practice in a wilderness setting.

Are you up for the challenge?

Wilderness Rescue Medicine in action
Wilderness Rescue Medicine mock victim practical
Wilderness Rescue Medicine at Bay of Fires Lodge, Tasmania


Wilderness Rescue Medicine is a 30 hour course and has been approved for Fellowship in the Academy of Wilderness Medicine (FAWM) credits through the Wilderness Medical Society. Actual credits awarded depend on personal credit needs and history.

This course can be utilised by paramedics and nurses for CPD as far as it is relevant to the individual’s practice setting.

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