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This article aims to use educational theory to help plan the course for the new Diploma in Mountain Medicine in the United Kingdom. The course is administered by Medical Expeditions, a charity devoted to mountain medicine education and research. One of the authors (K.P.) is a member of the faculty for the Diploma in Mountain Medicine.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Wilderness Environ Med

Publication Date

2004

Volume

15

Pages

44 - 49

Keywords

Curriculum, Emergency Treatment, Humans, Mountaineering, Rescue Work, United Kingdom