Peter Felkai MD. medical director. The Ski Camp Doctor trainig in Hungary. Hungary has neither high mountains, nor any coastline. 600,000 skiers. 80,000 divers. In each year, 2 – 3 Hungarian children or young people die on the slope.
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The Ski Camp Doctor trainig in Hungary
Generally, 30% of the insured has some kind of health problem
escort the ski groups and performs prevention and advanced life support
Authorities and tasks of a ski-camp doctor on the slope.
Mountain rescuers on the slope.
Ski camp doctor
Theory: 6 hours
Outdoor training: 9 hours
Limited coverage by the EU - card on the slope.
Full coverage by travel insurance (assistance) – card: rescue operations, hospitalisation, repatriation
HOLIDAY FUN on the slope.
ski camp doctor
ESCORTED BY A TRAINED AND WELL EDUCATED
Literature: on the slope.
FelkaiP. szerk: Handbook of Ski Camp doctors, Budapest, 2006, Zafir Kk. ISBN: 963-06-1347-6
Felkai P.: Travel Medicine - New medical speciality in Hungary In.: Felkai P. ed.:Travel Medicine, Postgraduate Quaterly for Family Doctors, 2007,12,6,396-398
Felkai P.: The role of the Ski Camp Doctor in the prevention of winter sports accidents Orv.Hetil.2007,148,34, 1615-1619
Felkai P., Clements C.: New Ways for - Practice Oriented - Post-Gradual Medical Education. Training of a “Ski-Camp Doctor” J. Wild. Environ. Med. in press
Peters P., Plotz W.: Mountain medicine education in Europe. Wilderness Environ Med. 1998;9(1):19-27
Clements, C.W:: Medical Training for Injuries in a Wilderness Setting, Presentation to Marshall University School of Medicine, Master Educators Program, 2007.
Houghton W.: The power of Scenario Wilderness Environ Med. 1997 May;8(2):127-8
HearnsS. Mountain rescue medicine BMJ 2000;321(suppl)
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