Aerospace Nursing Society

Aerospace Nursing Society




Welcome to the Aerospace Nursing Society’s webpage! 

This webpage is designed to be used as a communication tool for current members and to inform those who may be interested in aerospace nursing or allied health practiced in the aerospace environment.  Our membership is composed of nurses working in a wide variety of aerospace environments including military operations, commercial air travel and spaceflight, just to name a few.

The Aerospace Nursing Society (ANS) is a very diverse group with international membership. The ANS includes but is not limited to; military and civilian flight nurses, occupational nurses, preventative medicine nurses, and military and civilian emergency medical technicians and paramedics.

NEWS and UPCOMING EVENTS

The Mary T. Klinker Award is presented by AsMA for significant contribution to, or achievement in, the field of aeromedical evacuation.  The award is named for US Air Force Captain Mary T. Klinker, a flight nurse with the 10th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron at Clark Air Base in the Philippines.  Mary was killed on the C-5A Galaxy which crashed on April 4, 1975 outside Saigon while evacuating Vietnamese orphans.

This award is sponsored by Impact Instrumentation, Inc., a medical device developer and manufacturer of respiratory care products and measuring instrumentation. The Aerospace Nursing Society extends our sincere “thank you” to Mr. Les Sherman of Impact Instrumentation for his unfailing support of our organization … and more importantly for his company’s continuous support of aerospace operations all over the world.

officers

President: Col. Kim Barber, USAFR, NC

Aerospace Nursing Society Contact:  Col. Kim Barber, USAFR, NC


Call for Papers

The Aerospace Medical Association’s 2015 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Buena Vista, FL. This year’s theme is “Making a Difference in Aerospace Medicine.” We encourage presentations from diverse experts that will enhance the world’s knowledge and understanding of the current challenges in Aerospace Medicine.

To read the full Call for Papers, please click here.
The abstract submission site will open on or around September 1, 2014, and the deadline will be October 31, 2014.