Aerospace Medical Association is established in 1929 in Alexandria, Virginia, United States. Kris Mr. Belland is a Sventek and President Jeffrey is Executive Director of the AMA. The Aerospace Medicine and the determination by the day. The closed Limitation of Health, Safety and performance of people involved in air and space travel. Aerospace Medicine, as a large business area, offers a dynamic and Opportunities challenges pour doctors, nurses, physiologists, bioenvironmental engineers, industrial hygienists, health professionals of the environment, speciliasts, human factoring, the psychologists, physician assistants and other specialists.
Persons in the field are devoted to the improvement of the health, safety promotion, and the improvement of the performance of the individuals who work out trip in unusual environments. The space and aviation environments provide challenges Important, What tells microgravity, radiation exposure, the G-forces, the emergency ejection injuries, and hypoxic conditions, pour those who engage in their exploration. Areas of interest range of space and atmospheric flight to underwater activities. Cover not broad spectrum of the community microenvironments extending space pressures returns of underwater activities.
But, The Aerospace Medical Association is organized exclusively for charitable fins Educational and scientific. It is the, largest membership organization in the most professional representative in the fields of aerospace medicine & human performance.
The Aerospace Medical Association
• Be internationally recognized authority in aerospace medicine.
• Be a supporter for the advancement of aerospace medicine.
• Provide value-added services to all associates.
• Provide a opportunity to integrate all disciplines of aerospace medicine.
• Facilitate members' contributions in the field and the organization.
• To promote research in the field of aerospace medicine.
• Provide a comprehensive education program aerospace medicine including:
o A scientific journal of quality with the various facets of aerospace medicine;
o A quality scientific program providing a forum for exchange between the different disciplines involved in aerospace medicine;
o Additional educational activities developed to meet the needs of members; and
o Combined and cooperative efforts with other scientific and specialized organizations across the United States and the international community to promote discussion and education interdisciplinary advantages in aerospace medicine.
• Provide an organization to accomplish all the activities of the Association.
• Develop a solid financial structure, with proper planning, to ensure the continuity of the organization, meet the future financial needs, and provide maximum benefit to members at cost membership as possible.
• To improve participant satisfaction and participation in order to attract and maintain the necessary composition to advance aerospace medicine and ensure the progress of the Association.
• For national and international credit by aeromedical groups, other medical organizations, and user communities as the centre of knowledge in aerospace medicine.
• To prepare, publish and advocate policies of the Official Association on issues of current interest in aerospace medicine.
• Assist other charitable organizations, scientific and educational in conducting similar activities.