Wilderness medicine: a fellowship programme

Tom Mallinson
October 2010

The Fellowship of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine qualification (FAWM) was set up in 2005 by the Wilderness Medical Society based in America and currently has 640 candidates, and 176 Fellows. It provides a great opportunity to gain and demonstrate knowledge of expedition and wilderness medicine and to gain recognition for practical experience you have gained in this area. The Wilderness Medical Society also offers a number of other benefits to its members and continues to develop new services and qualifications year after year.

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