I think you did a good job on the articles. Maybe some scenarios based from your experience could further illustrate how these basics apply. Oh yeah, SocalTrailRIders is a very cool website. I spent an hour skimming through it.
The double negative in this sentence makes you liable!! You better send this one back to your legal team for review!!hurtman said:None of this information is not intended to diagnose or treat any injury or illness.
And that's why I'm writing these articles I realize that the average joe won't be as great as a doctor on the trail, but a bit of good care is better then none at all sometimes (although bad care is worse then no care). This applies to more then just accidents - it's good to know how to spot and help things like hypothermia, heat exhaustion (and even worse - heat stroke), what to do with a snake bite, etc etc.hurtman said:The "Average Joe" on the trail will not have a clue as to the proper treating techniques at any given accident.