Spiritus Wilderness Medical Training seeks to empower you with the physical and mental tools to grow in skill and confidence. As a team, we have a combined 96yrs of experience as health care providers, outdoor educators and practitioners. We are specialists in what we do and would love the opportunity to share our knowledge with you.
On another note, we have recently moved to Courtenay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. We just want to thank the Spiritus community in the Lower Mainland. Your support of us over the last 10 yrs has not gone unnoticed and is much appreciated. It is so nice to hear your stories of how the skills and knowledge from one of our wilderness programs has decreased the morbidity and saved the life of someone special. For some of you, your first WRFA program ignited a passion that has directed your lives since. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts wish you all the best!
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Peter or Shari
Focus on Excellent CPR
Activate EHS (911) and retrieve an AED
1. Push Hard and Fast in the center of the chest (30 compressions: 2 breaths)
2. A rate of 100-120 bpm
3. A depth of at least 2" and no more than 2.4"
4. Allow the chest to fully recoil
5. Minimize interruptions
6. Be careful not to over-ventilate the person
Wilderness or Austere Medicine
What is wilderness/preparedness/survival medicine? "The practice of medicine in an environment or situation where standard medical care and facilities are unavailable, often by persons with no formal medical training". This includes medical care while trekking in third world countries, deep-water ocean sailing, isolated tramping and trekking, and following a large natural disaster or other catastrophe.