Hi Ed -
Thanks again for your prompt response. As I said before, the high adventure certification is buried within form C (it used to be a separate form D) - but it is there! Look at the very last question in the list of true/false questions on form C - this is the high-adventure certification where the doctor must indicate that s/he has reviewed the risk advisory for that base with the participant.
As the health forms coordinator for our troop, I have no way to tell which scouts have turned in a High Adventure certification and which have turned in a Form C without high-adventure certification (all 60+ scouts in our troop complete form C every year).
It would be very helpful to have a “High-Adventure” field (or even one for each Base, since they each have their own distinct certification requirements). If that isn’t practical, could there be some sort of free-text “Other Information” field within the profile, so that authorized members of the troop could fill in a comment such as “Sea Base Certification 4/30/19”?
I hope the above is helpful in clarifying my question about this! I don’t think the decision to bury the high-adventure certification within form C was a particularly good one, but that’s the way the BSA health forms work.