The European Society of Aerospace Medicine was established in 2006 as an umbrella association in the field of Aerospace Medicine. As a container European, free discussion, it attempts to advance the security and soundness of all people required in flying and space operations , and to arrange European aviation medicinal interests over all national and authoritative limits.
We intend to help the different dependable bodies in the improvement and harmonization of instructive exercises in aviation medication all through Europe, and to create persistent data streams and discourse between the National Aeromedical Associations, and energize the trading of exploratory results and experience. We endeavor to achieve an accord which can then add to the experimental proof base which ought to be the establishment of aeromedical basic leadership.
ESAM is a non-benefit association and is centered around science and flight wellbeing. In spite of the fact that substantial extents of the individuals are restorative experts, especially AME, the participation incorporates a wide range of callings required in Aerospace pharmaceutical.
After the accident of Germanwings Flight 9525 on 24 March a year ago inferable from moves made by the co-pilot, there is a great deal happening at the flying prescription level as far as taking a gander at methods for anticipation or better hazard ID. Changes are occurring at all levels: worldwide with ICAO, at the European level with EASA, furthermore at territorial level.
Kevin Herbert, M.B.Ch.B., D.Av.Med., was the 2016 beneficiary of the John A Tamisiea Award for his extraordinary initiative and motivation in all fields of avionics medication.
The honor was introduced amid AsMA Honors Night Ceremonies, April 28, 2016, at the Harrah's Resort Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ. Dr. Herbert began the European 'Fly Safe, Fly Well' venture, which highlighted the significance of psychological well-being and preventive angles in the day by day work of all AMEs.Read More»