Charity Partners


Mission Statement

Expedition and Wilderness Medicine

recognises its responsibility and is continually striving to reduce the environmental impact of the work we do and to minimise the impact of our medical training courses on the environment within which we operate.  We are therefore committed to continual improvement in our environmental performance, preventing pollution and minimising our effects through a complete programme of achievable targets and then in turn to make our activities environmentally and socially positive.

Community and Charity Support

Each of our medical training courses has a relevant charity partner to which a proportion of the course fees are paid.

UK Expedition Medicine Course – Lake District & Dartmoor

Expedition and Wilderness Medicine is supporting the Woodland Trust, the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity, by funding a dedicated site at Dufton Ghyll Wood, Cumbria – helping the environment in the face of climate change.   The Dartmoor site has yet to be selected.

For each UK course run a further quarter of an acre is supported.

Desert Medicine Course – Namibia

A proportion of your course fee goes to support the work of the CCF, the Cheetah Conservation Fund. CCF is an international centre of excellence concerning cheetah conservation, and multi-disciplinary research and education programmes.CCF’s activities include conducting international research, conservation and education programmes to ensure the survival of the cheetah for future generations and is headed up by Dr Laurie Marker.

Diving Medicine Course – Oman

A proportion of your course fee goes to support the work of Blue Ventures.Blue Ventures is an award-winning, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to marine conservation, education and sustainable development in tropical coastal communities.

Polar Medicine Course – Norway

A proportion of your course fee goes to support the work of SAFER, SubAntarctic Foundation for Ecosystems Research.Founded in 1996 SAFER is an non-profit organisation undertaking ecological restoration and research projects on the Falkland Island and other high latitude ecosystems and is headed up by Dr Peter Cary.

Jungle Medicine Course – Costa Rica

A proportion of your course fee goes to support the work of ‘Kids Saving the Rainforest’. KSTR is a non-profit organization founded in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica by two school children, Janine Licare and Aislin Livingstone, and Janine’s mother, Jennifer Rice.Since 1999, KSTR has expanded its mission. Through a number of projects, we hope to educate children about the rainforest, preserve local rainforest land, rehabilitate baby animals, and insure the survival of the endangered Titi monkeys.


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