// Martin E. RN FRGS FAWM

University Degree Level Visiting Lecturer in a related subject.

 

Martin is a Fellow in the Academy of Wilderness Medicine, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and Registered Nurse in the UK, with years of experience in the outdoors including Mountain Rescue, Medical Rescue and Search and Rescue roles. An experienced medical trainer and with NHS roles that have included responsibility for safety, education and quality assurance, Martin heads up the Internal Quality Assessment function for R2Ri as well as delivering training on all our first aid and medical courses. Martin is a Clinical Lecturer at a University, having worked for many years in the NHS. Within his NHS role, Martin delivered training on, amongst other issues, IV and IO use. Now a Clinical Lecturer at a UK University training the next generation of nurses.

With an MSC in Emergency Medicine and with years of A & E experience, this complements his remote area medical expertise. Martin is Medical Lead for a Search and Rescue team and has also been a member of Mountain Rescue in the past. Whilst in M.R. he operated as a search team
member, fleet manager and taught on Mountain Rescue Casualty Care Courses. Amongst numerous other qualifications, Martin is an Advanced Life Support, Safeguarding and CBRN Instructor (as well as certified face fit tester for respirators). He is PHTLS (RCS England) and Advanced Wilderness Life Support qualified.

Martin is also an approved Stop The Bleed instructor for Stop The Bleed UK and Mental Health Awareness trainer, holding University qualifications in the subject.

Martin has completed the Royal Geographical Society Off Site Safety Management qualification and has acted as expedition Medic in the Arctic Circle.