Who are your instructors?

Aebhric O’Kelly is a former US Army Green Beret, a Psychologist and a board certified Critical Care Paramedic. He is a dean for the not-for-profit College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation which offers medical education programmes for the remote, austere and offshore industries.  Aebhric taught on the NATO Special Operations Combat Medic course in Pfullendorf, Germany. He is currently writing a clinical doctorate from the University of Stirling. 

Hannah Evans is an experienced medical doctor with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry. Skilled in Medical Education, Anesthesia, Pediatrics, Medicine, and Emergency Medicine. Strong healthcare services professional with a Master’s Degree focused in Global health and Infectious diseases from The University of Edinburgh. 

Jason Jarvis is a former Green Beret medic who is currently working towards a doctorate in infectious disease from the University of Washington. He has taught for the College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation for four years. He spends a lot of time in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania. He is an NREMT Paramedic and board certified Tactical Paramedic. 

Dr Keith Brown is an emergency medicine physician and critical care specialist working in Idaho. He has spent many years working in resource limited environments. He is a specialist in austere medicine and has taught on the NATO NSOCM course since it’s inception. 

Nicole Foster is a degree paramedic with a masters in public health. She works in the Northern Territories in Australia where she is often the only medical professional in hundreds of square miles.

Burjor Langdana is an expedition dentist teaching Expedition Dental Support; Remote access dental support for Medic and non Medics. Together with colleagues of similar experience to form a network. A network that would provide basic dental training for medics and non medics going on an Expedition. Then to provide basic, simple instructions to remotely manage dental issues they might encounter in the field.