Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

October 17, 2017
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Dig up Utah’s past

Find beaches a bit too boring? Cities a bit too slick? Missing the research rush and long lab hours of your med-school days? Discover your inner Indiana Jones on an archeological adventure vacation from the Four Corners School of Outdoor Education.

From November 3 to 8, and 5 to 10, the Edge of the Cedars Museum-Archaeological Lab Work tour will offer participants the chance to learn artifact conservation, lab techniques, on-site digging and Native-American history during a six-day, five-night trip to Southeast Utah. Run by non-profit outdoor outfitter Southwest Ed-Ventures for the Four Corners School, the tour is designed to educate, entertain and promote the conservation of the rich natural and cultural heritage of the Colorado Plateau region. US$800, which includes six-nights accommodation, meals, transportation from/to Blanding, Utah and equipment. 800) 525-4456; www.sw-adventures.org .

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