Stab Wound – Handy Skills!

Thanks for the great [Advanced WRFA] course. It was a very effective way of learning. It turned out to be useful quicker than I thought it would! Ironically, the day after we finished, two others and I were canoeing near Trousers Lake in the Tobique. We were collecting ┬átemperature data loggers, when one of my companions decided to stab herself in the hand. She chose a place as difficult to get out of as she could find. Thanks to your course (as well as luck and some stitches), her hand is doing really well!! I think if I hadn’t taken the course the chances of her getting an infection would have been much worse. Thanks again; it was much more helpful than I would have imagined!

Paula Thoms

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