September, 6-8, 2024
We are excited to announce that the 2024 Sierra Nevada Conservation & Wilderness Medicine Conference will be held on September 6th-8th, at the UC Berkeley Forestry Camp in Meadow Valley, California! This is a remote venue. Cell service and Wifi are largely inaccessible. A landline is available for emergencies only.
We encourage all participants to stay in the rustic cabins (Gender separate bunk/dorm room style logging) or bring a tent and camp on site, though you can make other accommodations if you choose. RV and Trailer camping is not available at the conference venue.
This year's conference theme is UPROOTED: Migration and Health in a Changing Climate.
Join us as we delve into the unique, pressing healthcare challenges posed by climate-induced migration, including issues related to public health, infectious disease, mental health, and cross-cultural competency. As always, our conference will also feature world class speakers and workshops on core wilderness medicine topics such as wound care, sports medicine, ultrasound in remote environments, and many more!
Our schedule will feature world-class presenters, a keynote speaker, lectures and workshops relating to wilderness medicine and patient care in remote settings.
This high-quality educational event is supported through the combined efforts of Plumas District Hospital, Plumas Health Care Foundation, and The UC Berkeley Forestry Camp. The conference is open to both healthcare and non-healthcare professionals, including students and residents. CMEs, CEs, CEUs will be available.
Registration for the 2024 conference is currently being developed!
The Tuition Fee includes all printed materials, *key note presentation, lectures, breakout sessions, and CME Credits (Excluding Non-Conference Attendee Registrants)*. The Facility Fee includes all lodging and camping fees, and six meals. The Facility Fee is a Flat rate of $200, for each attendee.
Camping and gender separate bunkhouse/dormitory style lodging will be available at the UC Berkeley Forestry Camp, conference venue. Registrants that choose to camp will be responsible for bringing their own camping equipment (Tent, sleeping bag, pads, lights). Conference attendees are also free to pursue and organize their own outdoor activities during free time on Saturday afternoon. Pets are not allowed. Credit or debit card transactions will be processed through Stripe. To pay by cash or check, mail to: Plumas Health Care Foundation, c/o Wilderness Conference, 1065 Bucks Lake Road, Quincy, CA 95971.
Cancelation Policy: Cancelations received in writing more than four weeks prior to event will receive a full refund minus a refund processing fee.
Cancelations received in writing two to four weeks prior will receive a refund minus a $100.00 administrative fee. There will
be no refunds for cancelations received within two weeks of the event.
Please remember that canceling your registration does not automatically cancel your hotel and travel arrangements.
Individuals are responsible for canceling their own hotel and travel reservations.
Thank you in advance for joining us for the Sierra Nevada Conservation & Wilderness Medicine Conference!
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