Clinical Challenges in Aerospace Medicine
This symposium will take the form of a ‘Grand Round’ and act as a forum for aerospace professionals to share and discuss the latest advances in aerospace medicine.
Delegates will get the opportunity to examine clinical cases that present key challenges and dilemmas for the aerospace medicine community. Attendees will also be able to develop a framework in which to make safe decisions, learn about new approaches to old problems and understand how changes in medical knowledge and treatment have altered management in the context of flying.
Join practitioners in clinical aviation medicine and key UK bodies including the Civil Aviation Authority and Ministry of Defence, to understand what key issues in aerospace medicine you need to consider in medical fitness to fly assessments.
To view the full programme please click here.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Wg Cdr Andy Timperley, Whittingham Professor of Aviation Medicine, RAF Centre of Aviation Medicine - The RAF Clinical Aviation Medicine Service: Combining Clinical and Occupational Care for Aircrew and Controllers
- Wg Cdr Gary Davies, Consultant Advisor in Medicine, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital - Respiratory: From Asthma to Pneumonia.
- Wg Cdr Jo d’Arcy, Consultant Physician & Cardiologist, John Radcliffe Hospital - Cardiology: Fit to Fly?
- Wg Cdr Gareth Corbett, Consultant Physician & Gastroenterologist, Addenbrooke's Hospital - Aeromedical Evacuation: A Heart Sink Patient
- Lt Col Ian Curry, Consultant Advisor in Aviation Medicine, Ministry of Defence - Gastroenterology: IBD, Diagnosis and Fitness to Fly Dilemmas
- Lt Col Claire Goldie, Consultant in Aviation Medicine, Army Air Corps - Cardiology: PFO, to Close or Not to Close
- Dr Stuart Mitchell, Head of Authority Medical Section, UK Civil Aviation Authority - Embolism vs Haemorrhage? Risks vs Benefits of Anticoagulation in Airmen
- Dr Mike O'Brien, Consultant Adviser in Neurology to the CAA, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital - Medication Considerations in Pilots with Parkinson's Disease
Delegates attending this event will be able to claim 5 CPD points.
Non-Member: £165 + VAT
RAeS Corporate Partner: £140 + VAT
RAeS Member: £110 + VAT
RAeS Baseline Member: £80 + VAT
RAeS Student Member: £45 + VAT
Sponsorship opportunities are available for this conference. Click here for information.
Stewart Named Lecture 2014
The annual Stewart Named Lecture will take place directly after the Aerospace Medicine Symposium at No. 4 Hamilton Place. This year's lecture will be given by Dr Roberts, Chief Medical Officer at NATS Occupational Health Services and Aero-Medical Centre. Dr Roberts will discuss the rapid changes in technology and commercial and environmental pressures that affect Air Traffic Management today.
For more information on the lecture and to register, please click here.
You can also listen to the 2013 Stewart Named Lecture here.
To take advantage of preferential hotel rates offered to RAeS delegates, make a reservation at the Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel (more information can be found here and at the bottom of this page) or visit our dedicated HotelMap here.
Royal Aeronautical Society
No.4 Hamilton Place, London, W1J 7BQ