Brian Irwin, D.O. is a writer and family physician from Madison, NH. With personal interests including wilderness medicine, he is active on two search and rescue teams in the White Mountains and works as a ski patroller and medical director at Cranmore Mountain Resort and in Mount Washington’s Tuckerman Ravine. In addition, he is Vice President of the Kismet Rock Foundation’s Board of Directors, an organization that teaches underserved children leadership skills through the sport of rock climbing.
Irwin has been widely published in numerous newspapers, magazines and medical journals, including The Boston Globe, Alpinist, Rock and Ice, Climbing, Powder, Couloir, Backcountry, the Mountain Gazette, The Journal of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, The Journal of Travel Medicine and many others. He has won national awards for both his photography and writing and currently writes a weekly health column in his local newspaper. A graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Residency, Irwin practices family and travel medicine in Tamworth, NH. "Recompense: Streams, Summits and Reflections Recompense" is his first book.
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