Nov. 26 — Faculty provides wilderness training, collaborates with nursing faculty across the globe Gordon Worley, an assistant clinical professor at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, recently returned from global travels teaching wildness health care classes in Norway and Scotland as well as visiting nearby sister nursing schools. From Nov. 17-21, Gordon was a guest lecturer for an advanced wilderness life support course in Narvik, Norway. The class included an outdoor practical skills session in the dark of the arctic winter. He then attended the World Extreme Medical Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland Nov. 23-35. The conference provided Gordon, n expert in providing medical care in extreme environments and circumstances, opportunities to exchange research and ideas with providers from across the world. He also spent several days meeting with faculty from the UC Davis sister school, University of Edinburgh, as well as nursing faculty at the Glasgow Caledonian University School of Nursing, the University of Glasgow School of Nursing and the National Health Service Greater Glasgow and Clydeside Health District.