• The Iceman

    The Iceman

    EMT Jamie Pattison on winning the Berghaus Iceman, reaching his physical and emotional limits in the world’s toughest Arctic ski race.

  • Portfolio: 57 Degrees South to 10 Degrees North

    Portfolio: 57 Degrees South to 10 Degrees North

    Photographing the Andes: anaesthetic trainees Laura Irwin and Reza Noori document the latest section of their monumental charity cycle in black, white and colour.

  • CPD: Clocking the Value of Expedition Medicine

    CPD: Clocking the Value of Expedition Medicine

    CPD and Expedition Medicine: mutually exclusive or a marriage made in heaven? Dr Louise Tossell advises how best to justify your time out with some job application gold.

  • Help Without Hurt: Donating Medicines Responsibly

    Help Without Hurt: Donating Medicines Responsibly

    Millions of unused doses of life-saving medicines. Millions of people suffering for lack of access to safe and effective treatments. International Health Partners’ Rich Bee on medicine donation and how to access their Doctors’ Travel Packs.

  • A Day with the King of the Swingers

    A Day with the King of the Swingers

    “She could have been any extremely hairy human patient” Bored of humans? With a different slant on a day in the life of an anaesthetic registrar, Dr Beth Perritt tells Adventure Medic about the day she found Vicky the Orangutan on her list.

  • AM Guide to Marine Envenomation

    AM Guide to Marine Envenomation

    The Adventure Medic Guide to Marine Envenomation: a pragmatic approach to identifying, assessing and managing marine injuries by Dr Edi Albert. Nautical gold.

  • AM Patron: Professor Chris Imray

    AM Patron: Professor Chris Imray

    We are proud to introduce our new Adventure Medic Patron in an interview with Professor Chris Imray.

  • Johnson Space Center Elective

    Johnson Space Center Elective

    Sophie Saul, 2015 Elective Competition runner up, on her elective at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.

  • Red Hot and Ice Cold on Erebus

    Red Hot and Ice Cold on Erebus

    Is there anything more badass than a polar volcano? Ask Dr Zoe Burton – she took a break from anaesthetic training in Portsmouth to be an expedition doctor at the foot of Antarctica’s Mount Erebus.

  • 57 Degrees South to 10 Degrees North

    57 Degrees South to 10 Degrees North

    Ever fancied cycling the length of a mountain range? Reza Noori and Laura Irwin have started doing just that, combining their love of fitness, bikes, the outdoors and photography to undertake an epic South American trip, raising money for NGO charity Lifebox.

  • Hannah Barnes – Adventures on Two Wheels

    Hannah Barnes – Adventures on Two Wheels

    Professional UK mountain bike racer and emergency medicine nurse Hannah Barnes shares her adventures, both on two wheels and in the hospital.

  • Chimborazo: Journey From the Centre of the Earth

    Chimborazo: Journey From the Centre of the Earth

    Through a geological quirk, the summit of Ecuador’s Mount Chimborazo is the furthest point from the centre of the Earth. Chris Imray, Hannah Lock and the BMRES Team headed for the peak.

  • Lifejackets on the Beach

    Lifejackets on the Beach

    In the week that the Calais ‘Jungle’ is bulldozed, this is Hannah Evans’ account of volunteering in a refugee camp in the port of Mytilini, Greece.

  • Squash Falconer Interview

    Squash Falconer Interview

    Few people manage to live life as a full-time adventurer, but the UK’s Squash Falconer is one. We asked her how she made it happen and if she had any tips for budding expedition medics.

  • Practical Approach to Snowsports Injuries (Part III)

    Practical Approach to Snowsports Injuries (Part III)

    In the final instalment of his series of articles on snowsports injuries, Dr Edi Albert picks out a miscellany of tips, tricks and potential pitfalls garnered from his eight winters working at Perisher, the largest ski resort in the southern hemisphere.

  • Elective Competition 2015 Winner

    Elective Competition 2015 Winner

    We are proud to present the our Winner of the Adventure Medic Elective Competition 2015! We loved Madeleine’s colourful and reflective account of Saint Vincent life, both on and off the wards. Enjoy!