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Who monitors this blog? Just thhgout I'd ask. I'm a bit astonished that the leading organization of wilderness medicine has not had anyone respond to this. This saddens me. I'm a Physician Assistant and will attend the September 2010 instructor course as well as the WALS course. In my humble mind, if we are to be involved in this organization, at the instructor level, it is incumbent of us to review materials we may asked to teach. I digress.For those who have not reviewed the draft . it is excellent. Although I'm not a legitament instructor at this time, the AORE has established a great place to start. Decades ago the DOT establish standardized training for EMTs and EMT-Ps. This allows EMTs and all levels of EMS providers to provide care across the nation. This is a step in the right direction for Wilderness First Responders. With involvment in a standardized scope of practice we demonstrate, as a internationally recognized organization , First Responders are the in