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Paramedic, doctor tell about working for TV wilderness adventure show

Todd Curtis and Jeremy Joslin, MDA love of the wilderness led a paramedic and a doctor to work with the National Geographic Channel adventure series “The Great Human Race.” Todd Curtis (at left in photo), a paramedic who trained at Upstate and now teaches at Upstate, served as medical safety oversight director for the show, which follows two people as they re-create the conditions of early humans in remote locales in Ethiopia, Mongolia and elsewhere. Curtis got long-distance supervision from emergency physician Jeremy Joslin, MD (at right in photo), director of Upstate‘s wilderness and expedition medicine program. They describe the challenges of preparing for medical emergencies in remote places.

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