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Ski Patrol Magazine Article Index 1984-1999

Accidents    
Danger involved Pg. 21 Winter 86
Injuries, Nordic and alpine Pg. 33 Winter 87
Prevention Pg. 19 Summer 85
Serious, ski related Pg. 14 Fall 84
Administrative    
50th Anniversary Pg. 25 Fall 88
Annual meeting 1986 Pg. 32 Fall 86
Budget, strategic plan Pg. 35 Fall 93
Building fund Pg. 24 Fall 87
Building mortgage paid off Pg. 39 Fall 92
Code of conduct adopted Pg. 22 Winter 92
Dues Increase Pg. 6, 26 Fall 90
Education director hired Pg. 22 Fall 87
Election dates Pg. 25 Winter 89
Election deadline Pg. 31 Spring 86
Election results 86 Pg. 32 Fall 86
Election results spring 87 Pg. 16 Summer 87
Election results 87 Pg. 22 Fall 87
Election results winter 88 Pg. 27 Spring 88
Election results 88 Pg. 22 Summer 88
Election results 89 Pg. 16 Summer 89
E-mail Pg. 23 Winter 92
Endorsements Pg. 13 Winter 86
Financial Pg. 11 Spring 85
Financial Pg. 16 Fall 85
International division Pg. 24 Winter 88
Liability insurance Pg. 36 Fall 86
Management Pg. 26 Winter 96
Mission Statement, revised Pg. 38 Spring 95
Mission Statement, revised Pg. 38 Spring 95
National Chairman Guell elected Pg. 32 Fall 86
National Chairman Guell goals Pg. 6 Fall 86
New insurance program offered Pg. 20 Fall 88
New national headquarters needed Pg. 9 Winter 87
New national headquarters purchased Pg. 6 Spring 87
NSP-PSIA consolidation Pg. 6, 14 Winter 90
NSP-PSIA consolidation Pg. 27 Fall 90
NSP customer service department Pg. 52 Fall 93
NSP insurance review Pg. 20 Fall 89
NSP mission statement Pg. 12 Spring 93
NSP mission statement Pg. 44 Winter 95
NSP new paradigm committee Pg. 26 Fall 93
NSP new paradigm committee Pg. 20 Winter 94
NSP new paradigm committee Pg. 33 Spring 94
NSP rep on NSAA conference Pg. 26 Winter 88
Registration/computer systems Pg. 37 Fall 86
SPM readership survey results Pg. 24 Fall 92
Sponsorships/td> Pg. 20 Winter 92
Strategic plan Pg. 10 Winter 86
Strategic plan purpose Pg. 3 Winter 88
Alumni    
200,000 stories Pg. 41 Fall 87
Alumni Program Pg. 42 Fall 95
Alumni Program groundwork Pg. 40 Fall 96
Alumni Program overview Pg. 38 Fall 93
Life after retirement Pg. 40 Winter 97
New adviser Pg. 19 Summer 86
Program objectives Pg. 19 Summer 86
Role as ambassadors Pg. 32 Spring 96
What are alumni? Pg. 26 Fall 87
When time is scarce Pg. 42 Winter 98
Auxiliary    
Auxiliary program Pg. 20 Spring 93
Auxiliary program Pg. 44 Fall 95
Designing a patrol room Pg. 20 Fall 91
Goldmine patrol Pg. 11 Summer 88
Information exchange program Pg. 24 Summer 88
Loveland patrol Pg. 20 Spring 89
Managing aid rooms Pg. 36 Winter 95
Senior program development Pg. 14 Spring 90
Senior program piloted Pg. 28 Winter 92
Senior program update Pg. 19 Winter 93
Senior program approved Pg. 38 Fall 93
Senior program explained Pg. 22 Winter 94
Avalanche and Mountaineering    
Avalanche airbags Pg. 47 Fall 96
Avalanche airbags Pg. 44 Winter 98
Avalanche dogs Pg. 22 Winter 93
Avalanche ecology Pg. 26 Spring 98
Avalanche general overview Pg. 40 Fall 93
Avalanches human element Pg. 44 Fall 98
Avalanches judging snow stability Pg. 23 Winter 94
Avalanche rescue, European perspective Pg. 42 Fall 95
Avalanche season statistcs 84-85 Pg. 30 Winter 86
Avalanche season statistcs 85-86 Pg. 35 Spring 87
Avalanche season statistcs 86-87 Pg. 30 Winter 88
Avalanche season statistcs 87-88 Pg. 34 Fall 88
Avalanche season statistcs 88-89 Pg. 16 Spring 90
Avalanche season statistcs 89-90 Pg. 19 Spring 91
Avalanche season statistcs 90-91 Pg. 20 Spring 92
Avalanche season statistcs 91-92 Pg. 22 Spring 93
Avalanche season statistcs 92-93 Pg. 47 Spring 94
Avalanche season statistcs 93-94 Pg. 29 Spring 95
Avalanche season statistcs 94-95 Pg. 34 Spring 96
Avalanche season statistcs 95-96 Pg. 34 Spring 97
Avalanche season statistcs 96-97 Pg. 33 Summer 99
Avalanche season statistcs 97-98 Pg. 33 Summer 99
Avalanche survivor Pg. 40 Fall 99
Backcountry access Pg. 20 Winter 88
Backwoods navigation Pg. 26 Summer 88
Beacon exercises Pg. 35 Winter 96
Colorado deaths rise Pg. 16 Fall 87
Difficult season, Jackson Hole Pg. 42 Fall 86
Extended winter trip planning Pg. 36 Winter 96
French avalanche technology displayed Pg. 20 Summer 86
Glacier travel Pg. 44 Winter 98
GPS systems Pg. 40 Spring 97
High-mountain skiing Pg. 16 Winter 98
Highway avalanche rescue Pg. 32 Winter 96
Incidents involving skiers Pg. 30 Fall 84
Incidents involving skiers Pg. 30 Winter 86
International Mountain Rescue Commission Pg. 36 Spring 87
International Mountain Rescue Commission Pg. 28 Spring 88
Low impact camping Pg. 30 Spring 94
Major avalanche cycle, Rockies Pg. 8 Summer 86
Man-made slide Pg. 24 Summer 88
Multilingual vocabulary Pg. 22 Fall 91
National Avalanche Foundation Pg. 34 Spring 86
National Avalanche School Pg. 34 Spring 86
National Avalanche School Pg. 30 winter 88
PACKS rescue mnemonic Pg. 44 Fall 97
PAUL system orienteering Pg. 34 Spring 95
Radio interference Pg. 35 Fall 84
Rescue Pg. 32 Fall 84
Rescue dogs Pg. 35 Fall 85
Rescue dogs Pg. 22 Winter 87
Rescue dogs Pg. 10 Summer 87
Rescue sled assembly Pg. 32 Winter 95
Rope and knot use Pg. 28 Winter 94
Search technique Pg. 43 Fall 93
Search technique tracking Pg. 49 Fall 95
Self-evac rope technique Pg. 27 Spring 85
Ski mountaineering committee Pg. 28 Spring 93
Ski mountaineering program Pg. 51 Winter 87
Swiss Institute Atwater Award Pg. 38 Spring 87
Swiss Institute 50th anniversary Pg. 38 Spring 87
Technology Pg. 16 Winter 85
Topo maps Pg. 10 Summer 99
Transceivers Pg. 18 Summer 85
Transceivers Pg. 32 Winter 86
Transceiver frequency differences Pg. 34 Winter 95
Update Pg. 41 Summer 85
Warning systems Pg. 29 Fall 84
Awards    
Appointments revised Pg. 52 Fall 95
Awards coordinator duties Pg. 46 Fall 99
Awards program changes Pg. 46 Fall 98
Importance Pg. 52 Winter 98
Merit stars Pg. 44 Spring 97
Nominations, how to write Pg. 38 Winter 95
Nomination process Pg. 40 Summer 99
OEC Program wins award Pg. 16 Winter 90
Outstanding awards Pg. 30 Spring 98
Sponsor letter Pg. 48 Fall 97
Timing Pg. 30 Winter 96
Year-round process Pg. 47 Winter 97
Certified Program    
How to qualify Pg. 36 Fall 86
New program draft Pg. 26 Winter 88
Equipment    
AEDs Pg. 30 Fall 97
Beveling benefits Pg. 12 Fall 93
Bindings Pg. 33 Summer 85
Boots Pg. 32 Summer 85
Care of clothing Pg. 44 Winter 96
Clothing Pg. 28, 43 Fall 93
Clothing Pg. 43 Spring 85
Cold weather clothing strategies Pg. 50 Winter 96
Cooking without fire Pg. 33 Winter 86
CPR Masks Pg. 33 Winter 86
CPR Masks Pg. 40 Winter 87
Dual toboggan design for CPR Pg. 46 Winter 95
Foot ramping Pg. 16 Fall 99
Gloves Pg. 32 Winter 86
Gore-Tex, care of Pg. 22 Winter 89
Heaters Pg. 34 Fall 85
Heaters Pg. 40 Winter 87
Helmet use Pg. 27 Winter 98
Lift evac Pg. 34 Spring 98
Lift evac device Pg. 40 Spring 87
Medical Pg. 34 Fall 85
Modifications for women Pg. 28 Fall 98
Omega backboard Pg. 32 Fall 92
Portable hyperbaric chamber Pg. 22 Winter 90
Quick splint history Pg. 39 Spring 95
Rescue device Pg. 32 Spring 88
Shaped skis and toboggan handling Pg. 66 Winter 99
Beveling benefits Pg. 12 Fall 93
Skis Pg. 36 Winter 85
Ski base care Pg. 24 Spring 86
Ski tuning Pg. 24 Fall 85
Ski tuning Pg. 12 Winter 92
Ski tuning device Pg. 48 Winter 87
Ski tuning videos Pg. 32 Winter 88
Sled shelter Pg. 21 Summer 86
Snowmobile operation Pg. 41 Spring 95
Snowmobiles Pg. 50 Fall 99
Snowshoes Pg. 50 Winter 87
Thermal recovery capsule Pg. 35 Spring 86
Toboggan adaptation Pg. 36 Fall 88
Toboggan adaptation Pg. 22 Summer 90
Toboggan improvements Pg. 18 Summer 87
Toboggan long fins Pg. 38 Winter 85
Toboggan platform design Pg. 35 Spring 86
Trams Pg. 22 Winter 96
Video aids, ski skills Pg. 35 Spring 86
Visual indicator, transceiver accessory Pg. 21 Summer 86
Women's patrol gear Pg. 30 Fall 95
Fundraising    
Equipment I.D. program Pg. 14 Summer 90
Innovative methods Pg. 12 Spring 89
Juniors Pg. 44 Winter 87
Patrols Pg. 24 Spring 88
Ski swap Pg. 17 Winter 90
History    
NSP birth Pg. 30 Spring 86
NSP founding Pg. 24 Spring 88
10th Mountain Division origin Pg. 21 Winter 85
Juniors    
National Junior Training seminar 85 Pg. 40 Fall 85
National Junior Training seminar 86 Pg. 40 Winter 86
National Junior Training seminar 86 Pg. 49 Fall 86
National Junior Training seminar 87 Pg. 50 Fall 86
National Junior Training seminar 87 Pg. 44 Winter 87
National Junior Training seminar 87 Pg. 24 Summer 87
National Junior Training seminar 88 Pg. 28 Fall 87
National Junior Training seminar 88 Pg. 36 Winter 88
National Junior Training seminar 88 Pg. 37 Spring 88
Program study Pg. 44 Winter 87
Value of Pg. 40 Winter 86
Legal    
Accident report forms Pg. 28 Summer 86
Claims handling Pg. 44 Spring 86
Incident scene comments Pg. 18 Winter 94
Insurance protection Pg. 20 Summer 99
Liability Pg. 22 Spring 85
Litigation increases Pg. 22 Spring 95
New tax law Pg. 31 Winter 87
NSP copyrights Pg. 16 Spring 91
NSP insurance, purpose Pg. 44 Winter 96
Patrol drug policy Pg. 17 Winter 96
Patrollers as experts Pg. 36 Fall 84
Patrollers as experts Pg. 28 Summer 85
Testimony Pg. 20 Winter 85
Testimony rehearsal Pg. 27 Summer 85
Volunteer Protection Act Pg. 42 Fall 97
Nordic    
Anchorage patrol Pg. 24 Spring 87
Backcountry trauma Pg. 66 Fall 95
Backwoods navigation Pg. 26 Summer 88
Benefits for alpine skiers Pg. 20 Winter 98
Biomechanics Pg. 20 Fall 84
Birkebeiner race Pg. 6 Spring 94
Book review Pg. 38 Fall 88
Building a pack rescue sled Pg. 30 Summer 86
Building a pack rescue sled Pg. 26 Summer 87
Building a pack rescue sled Pg. 26 Winter 90
CCSAA meeting Pg. 36 Spring 88
Classic skiing techniques Pg. 42 Fall 92
Cuyahoga patrol Pg. 11 Fall 90
Diagonal stride technique Pg. 50 Spring 97
European division Pg. 10 Spring 97
Flathead patrol Pg. 10 Spring 95
Friends of Blue Hills patrol Pg. 24 Winter 89
National Advisory Committee Pg. 46 Spring 86
Recruiting tactics Pg. 47 Spring 87
Rescue effort Pg. 50 Spring 86
Retention techniques Pg. 32 Summer 86
Risers for telemark Pg. 63 Fall 99
Skiing in spring slop Pg. 44 Spring 98
Survival and extrication Pg. 38 Spring 94
Telemark trend Pg. 29 Summer 85
Outdoor Emergency Care    
1988 Olympics patrollers Pg. 14 Spring 88
1989 World Championships maintenance Pg. 8 Summer 89
Abdominal injuries Pg. 9 Summer 92
Accuracy of information Pg. 38 Fall 87
Acute mountain sickness Pg. 18 Winter 93
AED deployment Pg. 54 Winter 99
Airway management Pg. 5 Summer 92
Allergic reactions Pg. 52 Spring 97
Altitude illness Pg. 35 Fall 95
Amputations Pg. 32 Fall 85
Back injuries Pg. 28 Fall 92
Backboard technique Pg. 46 Fall 86
Backboarding standing patient Pg. 32 Winter 89
Backcountry project Pg. 40 Winter 85
Backcountry project Pg. 35 Summer 85
Backcountry trauma Pg. 66 Fall 95
Basic assessment Pg. 30 Fall 91
Bedside manner Pg. 40 Winter 94
Blood borne pathogens Pg. 14 Winter 91
Blood borne pathogens, precautions Pg. 7 Summer 92
Body immobilization Pg. 17 Fall 84
Brain injuries Pg. 60 Winter 98
Cervical injuries Pg. 30 Winter 91
Chest injuries Pg. 51 Summer 99
Children, assessment Pg. 38 Fall 90
Closed head injuries Pg. 28 Spring 91
Communicating with patient Pg. 54 Spring 95
Continuing education Pg. 32 Fall 89
Course Pg. 10 Summer 85
Course Pg. 22 Fall 85
Course Pg. 37 Winter 86
Course Pg. 36, 41 Spring 86
Course Pg. 32 Winter 87
Course Pg. 30 Spring 87
CPR changes Pg. 42 Spring 87
CPR rescue techniques Pg. 66 Fall 93
CPR rescue techniques tested Pg. 42 Fall 88
Critical incident stress Pg. 20 Winter 89
Curriculum changes 93 Pg. 63 Fall 93
Dangers of overexposure Pg. 14 Summer 88
Diabetics and exercise Pg. 41 Fall 87
Diagnosis Pg. 33 Fall 85
Electrical defibrillation, use Pg. 16 Winter 91
Electrical defibrillation, semi-automatic Pg. 29 Winter 93
Emergency kit Pg. 32 Spring 85
Emergency childbirth Pg. 53 Spring 96
Emotional needs, patients Pg. 40 Spring 86
Emotional needs, patients Pg. 20 Summer 87
Exercise-induced asthma Pg. 60 Fall 97
Eyeglass awareness Pg. 58 Winter 99
Fainting Pg. 32 Winter 98
Foot microtrauma Pg. 40 Winter 96
Fracture care Pg. 41 Winter 85
Frostbite Pg. 64 Winter 96
Giardia Pg. 43 Fall 86
Giardia Pg. 14 Spring 92
Hands off survey Pg. 37 Winter 89
Head injuries Pg. 34 Spring 93
Head injuries Pg. 7 Summer 98
Helmet removal Pg. 56 Fall 98
Hydration Pg. 38 Fall 97
Hypothermia Pg. 45 Winter 94
Hypothermia Pg. 24 Winter 95
Incident report Pg. 36 Spring 93
Infection control Pg. 35 Spring 92
Instructor program Pg. 40 Spring 88
Knee injury management Pg. 32 Winter 90
Knee sprains Pg. 16 Winter 95
Latex allergies Pg. 46 Spring 94
Latex allergies Pg. 60 Fall 98
Legal implications Pg. 40 Fall 87
Lightning Pg. 14 Spring 91
Lizarov External Fixation Device Pg. 20 Fall 97
Managing neck injuries Pg. 43 Spring 88
Meeting Pg. 39 Winter 85
Member requirements Pg. 40 Winter 85
Memory aids for patrol rooms Pg. 70 Fall 99
Midshaft femur fractures Pg. 32 Fall 89
Neuro-vascular assessment of arm/hand Pg. 52 Spring 95
Nutrition Pg. 24 Winter 98
O2 delivery Pg. 5 Summer 92
Older skiers, assessment of Pg. 64 Fall 99
Osteoperosis and patrolling Pg. 16 Summer 99
Patient assessment Pg. 2 Summer 98
Patient assessment update in OEC Pg. 5 Summer 98
Patrollers aid, Birkebeiner Pg. 6 Summer 87
Patrollers aid, NY Marathon Pg. 21 Spring 86
Patrollers aid, summer event Pg. 24 Fall 86
Pediatric skier trauma Pg. 58 Winter 98
Pre-arrival first aid Pg. 42 Spring 86
Primary survey, trauma Pg. 52 Fall 92
Program explained to area managers Pg. 5 Fall 87
Program goes nationwide Pg. 37 Fall 87
Public health aspects of CPR Pg. 34 Winter 86
Refresher outline Pg. 24 Summer 86
Rewarming trends Pg. 18 Spring 95
Rubber gloves Pg. 36 Fall 87
Shock Pg. 64 Fall 95
Shock in children Pg. 5 WSummer 97
Shock care Pg. 64 Fall 97
Skier's thumb Pg. 38 Winter 86
Skier's thumb Pg. 50 Spring 96
Ski injury statistics Pg. 61 Winter 95
Skin cancer Pg. 15 Summer 88
Skin cancer Pg. 11 Summer 97
Spine immobilization survey Pg. 24 Winter 98
Spine immobilization survey Pg. 42 Winter 92
Spine immobilization survey Pg. 34 Spring 92
Spine management Pg. 3 Summer 92
Spine management in unresponsive pt. Pg. 63 Fall 96
Spleen injuries Pg. 60 Winter 96
Splints from ticket wicket Pg. 66 Winter 96
Sprains Pg. 29 Winter 93
Stress Pg. 24 Fall 84
Stretchers technique Pg. 32 Fall 85
Tetanus Pg. 46 Summer 89
Textbook Pg. 46 Winter 88
Textbook Pg. 6 Summer 88
Toboggans and CPR Pg. 35 Summer 85
Toboggans and CPR Pg. 42 Winter 87
Tooth avulsion Pg. 62 Winter 96
Traction splinting femur Pg. 48 Summer 99
Triage Pg. 26 Spring 90
Turning procedure Pg. 62 Fall 95
UV light eye protection Pg. 19 Summer 90
Universal precautions Pg. 42 Spring 98
Upper extremity injury assessment Pg. 7 Summer 97
Video production Pg. 36 Fall 89
Vital signs in children Pg. 26 Summer 86
Vital signs in cold weather Pg. 2 Summer 97
Wilderness protocols Pg. 53 Winter 97
Wound infection control Pg. 16 Summer 90
Pros    
Becoming a pro Pg. 29 Fall 88
Benefits Pg. 42 Spring 85
Board members elected Pg. 40 Fall 88
Certification program Pg. 48 Spring 86
Division expands Pg. 43 Winter 86
Division growth Pg. 30 Fall 89
Division, NSP benefits Pg. 7 Fall 90
Dues change Pg. 48 Spring 86
Job placement assistance Pg. 26 Spring 91
Membership increases Pg. 51 Fall 86
New logo Pg. 48 Spring 86
New structure approved Pg. 20 Fall 85
Newsletter, associate category added Pg. 31 Fall 87
Off-season Pg. 43 Spring 87
Patrol exchanges Pg. 42 Winter 88
Structure Pg. 51 Winter 87
Year in review Pg. 34 Summer 86
Recruiting    
Recruiting cards Pg. 29 Summer 99
Retaining candidates Pg. 40 Fall 98
Techniques Pg. 11 Summer 90
Techniques Pg. 18 Spring 93
Techniques Pg. 38 Fall 94
Techniques Pg. 35 Fall 97
Risk Management    
Board's handling of Pg. 27 Fall 92
Equipment test form Pg. 23 Summer 88
Finding accident witnesses Pg. 23 Summer 88
Hantavirus Pg. 34 Fall 96
Good Samaritan Act Pg. 34 Winter 99
Legal protection Pg. 20 Summer 99
Liability insurance Pg. 32 Winter 99
Multiple-casualty incidents Pg. 20 Winter 95
Personal risk management Pg. 6 Summer 89
Personal risk management Pg. 16 Spring 92
Ski Area Operations    
Alyeska Pg. 8 Winter 90
Alyeska Pg. 10 Fall 99
Bike Patrol Deer Valley Pg. 21 Spring 95
Bike Patrol National Pg. 23 Spring 95
Bike Patrol Sandia Peak Pg. 20 Spring 95
Big Bear Valley Pg. 12 Fall 98
Boston Mills/Brandeywine Pg. 10 Fall 97
Brighton Pg. 8 Winter 89
Eaglecrest Pg. 6 Winter 96
Elk Mountain Pg. 6 Winter 98
European Division overview Pg. 6 Spring 97
European Division, snowboard Pg. 15 Spring 97
Hatcher Pass Pg. 39 Winter 88
Heavenly Pg. 6 Fall 93
Mammoth Mountain Pg. 10 Fall 86
Mt. Bachelor Pg. 8 Winter 88
Mt. Hood Pg. 8 Fall 96
Mt. Spokane Pg. 6 Fall 91
Park City Pg. 6 Spring 92
Pico Pg. 10 Fall 88
Red Lodge Mountain Pg. 6 Spring 91
Showdown Pg. 8 Spring 88
Ski Acres Pg. 6 Winter 92
Snowbird Pg. 8 Spring 96
Snowshoe/Silver Creek Pg. 6 Winter 95
Snow Summit Pg. 6 Winter 91
Snow Summit Pg. 8 Fall 95
Snow Summit Pg. 8 Fall 98
Snowy Range Pg. 6 Winter 93
Sunday River Pg. 8 Spring 90
Sunlight Pg. 6 Winter 97
Toggenburg Pg. 6 Spring 93
Wachusett Pg. 8 Fall 87
Wild Mountain Pg. 8 Fall 92
Wilmot Pg. 8 Spring 87
Winter Park Pg. 14 Winter 86
Wintergreen Pg. 8 Fall 89
Wolf Laurel Pg. 8 Spring 98
Ski Industry    
American Ski Federation Pg. 25 Winter 86
Chinese ski industry Pg. 17 Fall 86
Disaster plan Pg. 14 Spring 89
Environmental analysis Pg. 28 Winter 86
Environmental concerns Pg. 5 Winter 91
Injuries decline Pg. 40 Fall 85
Insurance rates rise Pg. 40 Fall 85
Jimmy Huega Express 1985 Pg. 16 Fall 85
Jimmy Huega Express 1986 Pg. 16 Fall 86
Keystone lift accident Pg. 16 Spring 86
National forest ski area permit act Pg. 33 Spring 87
New educational program Pg. 26 Fall 88
New educational program Pg. 20 Summer 90
NSAA-SIA merger Pg. 23 Fall 89
NSAA-SIA dissolution Pg. 38 Fall 92
Patrolling the Andes Pg. 20 Winter 87
Skier visits Pg. 40 Fall 85
Skier visits Pg. 37 Spring 88
Skier visits Pg. 32 Fall 88
Sun Valley's Golden Anniversary Pg. 16 Summer 86
Skier Safety    
Backcountry access Pg. 20 Winter 88
Billboard project Pg. 50 Spring 86
Danger involved, who's at risk Pg. 21 Winter 86
Education Pg. 18 Winter 86
Explorer ski safety program Pg. 32 Spring 87
Forming a hill safety patrol, pt. 1 Pg. 30 Fall 86
Forming a hill safety patrol, pt. 2 Pg. 36 Winter 87
Mechanized vehicles Pg. 16 Fall 91
NSP Ski Safety Team Pg. 8-10 Spring 89
Safety awards Pg. 52 Fall 86
National forest ski area permit act Pg. 33 Spring 87
Ski helmets Pg. 26 Winter 98
Ski Windham safety campaign Pg. 49 Spring 86
Skier ID Pg. 18 Spring 86
Workshop recommendations Pg. 19 Winter 86
Snowboard    
Another patrol tool Pg. 56 Winter 97
Patroller's role Pg. 32 Fall 93
Patroller training program Pg. 32 Fall 95
Patroller training development Pg. 36 Spring 94
Toboggan handling Pg. 70 Winter 96
Students    
Student category created Pg. 17 Spring 92
Value of junior patrol Pg. 20 Spring 90
Telecommunications    
Automatic repeaters Pg. 24 Winter 91
Batteries and cold weather Pg. 26 Winter 89
Different frequencies Pg. 18 Summer 85
EMRS channel established Pg. 27 Fall 91
GPS systems Pg. 41 Spring 97
Ham radio gear Pg. 44 Winter 88
Higher frequency proposed Pg. 18 Summer 89
Modern weather reports Pg. 30 Winter 95
New licensing procedure Pg. 38 Summer 86
New licensing procedure Pg. 32 Fall 87
Program shift Pg. 34 Fall 90
Radio database needed Pg. 51 Fall 86
Radios Nordic use Pg. 38 Winter 94
Radio official use only Pg. 29 Winter 89
Radio summer maintenance Pg. 24 Summer 90
Radio testing coverage Pg. 23 Spring 89
Tone squelch systems Pg. 47 Fall 92
Technique and Training    
Balance conditioning Pg. 34 Winter 97
Candidate training Pg. 50 Spring 98
Cardiovascular fitness Pg. 38 Winter 99
Carving vs. skidding Pg. 14 Fall 91
Chair evac Pg. 28 Summer 87
Conditioning Pg. 37 Summer 85
Conditioning, off season Pg. 10 Spring 92
Conditioning with stance exercises Pg. 30 Spring 97
Confronting unsafe skiers Pg. 29 Spring 85
Cross-training Pg. 10 Spring 91
Creativity Pg. 64 Spring 96
Crud skiing Pg. 14 Spring 94
Designing training sessions Pg. 39 Spring 88
Developing a college credit ski Pg. 12 Summer 86
Effective teaching skills Pg. 38 Spring 88
Emergency room volunteering Pg. 19 Winter 96
Emergency signals Pg. 19 Spring 85
Evaluation program Pg. 45 Winter 86
Giving feedback Pg. 57 Winter 95
Heli-ski emergency transport method Pg. 45 Winter 88
High performance skiing Pg. 26 Spring 87
High performance skiing theory Pg. 28 Winter 87
Ice skiing Pg. 12 Winter 94
Instructor incentives Pg. 62 Spring 95
Instructor training program underway Pg. 35 Fall 87
Instructor training Pg. 74 Fall 95
Instructor training for toboggans Pg. 46 Fall 92
Interagency training Pg. 24 Spring 95
Jacket catch Pg. 24 Winter 97
Judging and evaluation Pg. 33 Fall 87
Knee injury prevention Pg. 29 Winter 97
Knee injuries Pg. 33 Winter 97
Learning leadership skills Pg. 61 Fall 93
Learning styles Pg. 48 Winter 86
Lift evac for adaptive skiers Pg. 28 Winter 99
Lift evac improved equipment Pg. 59 Fall 86
Lift evac planning Pg. 10 Fall 84
Lift evac practice Pg. 34 Spring 98
Lifting ergonomically Pg. 17 Spring 94
Maintaining rhythm in turns Pg. 24 Fall 93
Manual Pg. 8 Winter 85
Marking incidents Pg. 23 Winter 97
Medium radius parallel turns Pg. 10 Winter 91
Mentoring Pg. 43 Winter 99
Missing skier clues Pg. 20 Winter 90
Mogul skiing Pg. 14 Spring 93
Mogul skiing improvement Pg. 16 Fall 98
Mogul skiing pole plant Pg. 16 Fall 97
Motivation prevents burnout Pg. 20 Summer 88
Mountain biking Pg. 16 Spring 96
Oversnow mass transit system Pg. 34 Fall 87
Patrol vital signs Pg. 18 Winter 89
Physical conditioning Pg. 18 Winter 87
Poles, use of Pg. 24 Fall 95
Powderfall 93 Pg. 22 Fall 93
Powder skiing Pg. 12 Fall 89
Pre-arrival first aid mental checklist Pg. 42 Spring 86
Prusiking Pg. 12 Fall 84
Receiving and giving feedback Pg. 68 Winter 99
Refreshers, ski and toboggan Pg. 21 Spring 87
Refreshers, ski and toboggan Pg. 22 Spring 88
Refreshers, ski and toboggan Pg. 14 Fall 88
Refreshers, ski and toboggan Pg. 31 Winter 89
SAR dog training Pg. 22 Winter 87
Self-evac rope technique Pg. 27 Spring 85
Senior CE Pg. 60 Fall 93
Senior First Aid Pg. 31 Fall 89
Senior program piloted Pg. 40 Winter 92
Senior program revised Pg. 6, 26 Spring 89
Senior program updated Pg. 16 Winter 93
Sensory perception exercises Pg. 42 Summer 86
Short radius parallel turns Pg. 18 Fall 90
Shoulder conditioning Pg. 28 Fall 96
Six step rescue outline Pg. 66 Summer 99
Ski and toboggan refresher Pg. 58 Fall 93
Ski form Pg. 20 Spring 96
Ski training guide Pg. 30 Fall 85
Skiing in fog Pg. 26 Winter 86
Sleds Pg. 36 Fall 85
Snowshoe training Pg. 36 Fall 98
Steep terrain sled belays Pg. 39 Summer 86
Steep terrain sled uphauls Pg. 53 Fall 86
Student participation Pg. 50 Fall 92
Tact, use of Pg. 31 Spring 85
Take training seriously Pg. 64 Winter 98
Teaching memorable courses Pg. 78 Fall 99
Teaching through positive feedback Pg. 41 Fall 88
Testing methods Pg. 29 Winter 90
Toboggan handling Pg. 36 Fall 90
Toboggan handling Pg. 26 Winter 91
Training method improvement Pg. 13 Spring 86
Training method improvement Pg. 21 Summer 89
Training requirements, new Pg. 35 Fall 86
Training requirements, new Pg. 44 Spring 87
Yoga Pg. 24 Fall 99