The theme for this year's event is
Aeromedical Risk Assessment.
The Annual European Flight Surgeons Conference
portion of the event will begin on 11 March 2013 at 0830 hours and end on 13 March 2013 at approximately 1215 hours.
The NATO STO Technical Course
will begin on 13 March 2013 at 1400 hours and end on 15 March 2013 at approximately 1300 hours.
These two events will be held sequentially 11-15 March 2013 at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, in the Hercules Theater.
American Medical Association Category 1 Continuing Medical Education credits and Maintenance of Certification for the American Board of Preventive Medicine will be offered. Continuing Medical Education Category II contact hour credits will also be awarded.
Cost: 150 USD Administation Fee
(Administration Fees are used to cover costs, including food items, associated with the event and are not reimbursable for U.S. Department of Defense (military or civilian) personnel. Reimbursement rules may vary for other partner nation attendees
Cancelations made by 1 March 2013 will receive a full refund minus credit card transaction fees. Cancelations made after 1 March 2013 will not be refunded.
Registration for this conference is closed!
This year’s theme is focused on building partnerships and sharing advancements in Aeromedical Risk Assessment. This is the largest conference for this audience outside the USA. Last year, there were 210 participants from 21 different countries.
This is the 28th year that this conference and technical course have provided excellent opportunities to exchange information and establish stronger working relationships with colleagues from many nations.
The objective of this event is to present state-of-the-art knowledge and practices from a group of expert lecturers to an audience of international Aerospace Medicine and Human Systems Integration specialists.
Risks and advantages of various approaches will be compared, with the aim of recommending best practices in Aeromedical Risk Assessment and how to carry them out successfully.
The specific goal of this activity is to facilitate broader understanding of the potential risks associated with Aeromedical and Human Systems Integration technologies—primarily in aircrew settings, but also in other, more general, operational medicine settings.
In order to continue the success we have enjoyed in previous years, we encourage you to invite interested individuals from your medical institutions to attend.