2nd International Congress on Current Issues of Aviation Medicine

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Thursday, October 31, 2019 12:00 AM - Sunday, November 3, 2019 12:00 AM

2nd International Congress on Current Issues of Aviation Medicine


Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO) Radisson Blu HoteL

Аviation Medical Doctors Association (AMDA) is hosting the Second Congress of Aviation Medicine with the support of Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation and the Federal Air Transport Agency. The Congress is dedicated to the 110th Anniversary of Aviation medicine in Russia.

Organizer: Aviation Medicine Doctors Association  AMDA

Supported by: Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation and the Federal Air Transport Agency

Registration fee: 3000 RUB; AMDA members – 1500 RUB

Number of participants: 300

Dates: October 31, 2019 - November 3, 2019

Audience: Medical aviation examiners of Flight Expert Medical Commissions and aerospace medical  practitioners, physicians, cardiologists, ophthalmologists, psychologists, neurologists, surgeons, endocrinologists, tuberculosis coordinators, oncologists, urologists, psychiatrists as well as functional diagnosis and lab specialists.

The Congress Program includes lectures, plenary and section sessions, contest for young scientists, working groups, poster presentation sessions and reports on clinical cases. There will be technical tours of the Central Clinical Hospital of
Civil Aviation as well as aerospace medical centres provided. The main events of the Congress will be accompanied with simultaneous translation (Russian-English).

The Draft Program

1. Medical assessment, fitness evaluation and certification of civil aviation personnel at the current stage.
1.1. Harmonization of regulations on medical assessment, fitness evaluation and certification in Russia with the global standards and aligning to the principles of equal rights, rationality and economic efficiency for all operators (ICAO Convention on International Civil Aviation).
1.2. Fitness criteria, methods of monitoring and health assessment of flight attendants. Optimization of approaches to medical assessment taking into account periodic medical check-ups in accordance with the regulations assigned by the Ministry of Labour and the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
1.3. Clinical aspects of medical assessment, fitness evaluation and licensing of aviation personnel: medical examination protocols and fitness-to-fly criteria applied to flight crew members of civil aircrafts 1.4. Treatment and rehabilitation of civil aviation personnel in conditions affecting flight safety. Reinstatement to operations and traffic control after treatment and rehabilitation.
1.5. Issues of training aeromedical practitioners and medical assessment experts.
1.6. Medical risks and risk management in Flight Safety System. 

2. Medical provision on civil aircrafts. In-flight medical emergencies
2.1. Medical assistance for passengers on-board when being consulted by remoted medical experts. Peculiarities, problems, solutions 2.2. Features of first medical aid on-board provided by a volunteer specialist (from passengers). Technical and legal issues.
2.3. Medications provision on civil aviation aircrafts 
2.4. Information programs for passengers on health promotion measures on-board.
2.5. Medical provision units at airports. Functioning, equipment, procedures, issues of medical service quality
2.6. Sanitary-epidemiological provision in airlines. Operational management to follow sanitary-epidemiological regulations on
prevention of carrying and disseminating infectious (parasitic) diseases. Organization of disinfection, disinsection, deratization of aircraft.

ATTENTION! Abstract submission deadline is 15/07/2019!​

  • All abstracts received later the mentioned above date will not be considered.
  • Accepted abstracts will be typeset from the text submitted by the author without copy editing changes.
  • Abstract publication is free.

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