June 2nd is the birthday of my book! Many thanks to everyone who has read a copy and recommended it to family, friends and coworkers! And a special thanks to my amazing editor, publisher and literary agent who helped make my dream a reality!
Excited to be on the faculty for the Ski and Mountain Trauma Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho November 1-4, 2017! Hope to see you there! For more information, click here:
Air Force Pararescue Jumpers (PJs) are members of the most elite combat and civilian search & rescue team in the world, and I had the honor of writing about one of their missions in the new issue of Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS). Read it here:
Thank you to everyone who came to my book reading and presentation on Wilderness Medicine at EMS Today 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah! See you next year in North Carolina. Details here:
Excited to teach a memoir workshop in Jackson Hole. Find details and register here:
“…And then, the radio fell silent. The airplane’s last known location on radar was in the vast snowy wilderness a half mile north of Tioga Lake, just outside the entrance to Yosemite National Park.” Check out my new article for National Parks Magazine. Read it here:
SAVE THE DATE! Excited to be a speaker at the 2017 EMS Today Conference in Salt Lake City. I’ll be giving a presentation on wilderness medicine with my former paramedic partners at Yellowstone–Edward Schauster and Greg Henington–along with signing copies of my memoir, Lights & Sirens. Looking forward to meeting and networking with Fire and EMS personnel from across the country! To Register, click here:
Thanks to Jackson Hole News&Guide for reviewing Lights & Sirens! Read it here: