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Wilderness First Aid SOAP Note on Your Cell Phone

We are almost never without our cell phones. Now we never have to be without a Wilderness First Aid SOAP Note.

This SOAP Note is an edit-enabled PDF form that resides on your phone.

Fill out the fields on your cell phone, save the form and email, text or share with EMS. Download the SOAP Note here.

If you are looking for a printable SOAP Note, you can download a copy here.

Do you need to be Wilderness First Aid certified or re-certify? Blended Learning Wilderness First Aid courses are available at the School of First Aid. Study online with a one-day Skills Assessment. Learn more here.

“My Dad is Having a Heart Attack and I Have No Cell Phone Service!”

A graduate of my Wilderness First Aid Course is working on the family farm when his dad suddenly presents with the signs and symptoms of a heart attack. With no cell phone service and the closest hospital almost 90 minutes away, this graduate had to use his training to save his dad’s life.

Cold Stressed vs Mild Hypothermia

How to tell the difference between someone who is cold stressed and someone presenting with mild hypothermia.

Be Trained. Be prepared. Be someone’s hero. Online Wilderness First Aid training and certification courses are available through the School of First Aid.

He Did Not Need to Use the EpiPen!

His girlfriend has been stung by a bee and she is allergic to bee stings. This graduate of my Wilderness First Aid Course applied what he learned in class and did not need to use an EpiPen. He’s a hero to his girlfriend.

Be trained. Be prepared. Be someone’s hero. Check out the School of First Aid’s Online Wilderness First Aid Certificate courses and Virtual and Blended Learning Wilderness First Aid Certification Courses.