EBM Gone Wild is a blog discussing articles specific to wilderness topics. It will attempt to explain the evidence (or lack thereof) for the treatments typical of wilderness medicine, usually interjected with some humor.
It is written mostly by Justin Hensley, an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine with an interest in wilderness medicine (#wildmed) and #FOAMed.
If you want to write a post (or more) for EBMgoneWild, or have an idea for an article, then feel free to contact me. I could use your help in making this the best wilderness blog out there. Residents, educators, anyone anywhere – send your ideas to me!
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