Re: CPR best practices and barriers?
@David in OR,
I would highly recommend the WMI/NOLS Wilderness First Responder course. I took their WEMT course, in Lander WY, a couple of years ago and it was top notch. About half the students had previously taken the WMI WFR course, at many different locations around the country, and they were all very well prepared and knowledgeable. It seems that WMI does a real good job in standardizing their courses and instructors. The great thing about these courses is that it's about 40/60% classroom/hands-on. I liked the experience so much, I would really like to go back as an instructor for them (this is something I said that I would never do again after seven years of instructing).
"Heal with steel"
"Noli nothis permittere te terere."