2nd Annual EAA AirVenture Mohler Aerospace Medicine Lecture Series
The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, Department of Community Health, Division of Aerospace Medicine, in conjunction with the 2015 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Airshow, offers the 2nd Annual Stanley R. Mohler, MD, MPH, Aerospace Medicine Lecture Series. Detailed information can be found at 2nd Annual EAA AirVenture Mohler Aerospace Medicine Lecture Series.
GMU Offers Pandemics Course
George Mason University (GMU) is offering a Pandemics, Bioterrorism, and International Security Course from July 22-24, 2015, at GMU's Arlington Campus from 9 AM to 5 PM. This non-credit course will introduce participants to the challenges facing the world at the intersection of health and security.
Who should attend: Professionals and academics in public health, the life sciences, industry, law enforcement, emergency management, international affairs, and national security who have responsibilities for preventing, preparing for, or responding to pandemics or bioterrorism.
Registration is $1195 ($1395 after June 15) and includes Continuing Education Units and Certificate, all course materials, catered lunches and coffee breaks, and a networking reception. Discounts for GMU alumni and groups of three or more are available. For more information, please see the course flyer; to register, please visit http://spgia.gmu.edu/programs/executive-education/summer-program-international-security/.
AsMA Response to Draft Legislation on Third Class Medical Certification
Section 2 of the draft legislation titled Pilot's Bill of Rights 2 (H.R. 1062 and S. 571) makes significant changes to the medical certification requirements for a large portion of U.S. Private Pilots. The Aerospace Medical Association leadership and committees have carefully reviewed the draft legislation and a letter was sent to the FAA Administrator, members of the U.S. Congressional General Aviation Caucus, members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, Subcommittee on Aviation Operations, Safety, and Security, as well as the U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Aviation. The letter describes concerns with Section 2 of the draft legislation and encourages the use of the FAA Notice of Prposed Rule Making Processes so comments and concerns from the public can be properly voiced and considered by the rule makers.
READ THE ASMA LETTER
AsMA Response to Pilot Mental Health Issue
AsMA President, Philip J. Scarpa, Jr., MD, MS, reponds to Pilot Mental Health Issues. Learn more about AsMA's efforts related to pilot mental health issues by visiting our Pilot Mental Health webpage.
66th International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2015)
The IAC is the one place and time of the year when all space actors come together. Global, multidisciplinary and covering all space sectors and topics, it offers everyone the latest space information, developments but above all contacts and potential partnerships. Each year, the IAC changes country, theme and local organizer, enabling all to learn more about, and be a part of the world space scene.
Aeromedical Lessons Learned from Columbia Shuttle Mishap
Reflecting current efforts and understanding, Loss of Signal aims to present the story of Columbia from an aerospace medical angle, focusing holistically on what is important for future investigations and analysis of spacecraft mishaps. This book is written by those who participated in the crew recovery and analysis and is written from their first-hand perspective of the events. The loss of a human crew implies sensitivities that must be balanced against the public and industry need to know, with the guiding principle being prevention of further mishaps and enhanced protection for crewmembers.
Learn more here.