The 2015 Scientific Meeting will be in Lake Buena Vista, FL, May 10-14, 2015, at Walt Disney Dolphin Hotel.
The Week-at-a-Glance is now available. Click on the link above or on the image to the left.
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Please click on the title above or the image on the right for the schedule of sessions that offer nursing credits.
Among the current challenges facing Aerospace Medicine practitioners are long-duration space travel, spaceflight physiology, aircrew fatigue, legislative removal of medical standards, aircraft and spacecraft cabin environments, unpiloted aerial vehicles, mental health in aircrew, medical and ethical guidelines for commercial spaceflight passengers and crew, and decreased funding and support. How has our understanding and impact on these and other challenges been improved? What key work filled the knowledge gaps, what research was done in solving a critical problem, what scientific information or activities supported a change in viewpoints or policy?
To read the rest of the brochure, click on the link above or on the image of the cover to the left.
Maps of the Dolphin Hotel are available. These are the meeting spaces that will be used this year. Please click here
or click on the image to the right. More floor plans can be found on the Dolphin's floorplan and map page