May 21, 2014 - EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014 will host its first continuing medical education (CME) seminar July 30-31, and spaces are available for all interested physicians, nurses, aeromedical examiners, and other healthcare providers to attend.
Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine faculty, FAA regional flight surgeons, and members of EAA’s Aeromedical Advisory Council developed and will conduct the seminar, which will focus on spatial disorientation, hypoxia, and traumatic brain injury as they relate to flight safety. Other covered topics include post-crash survival factors and airline transport of medical patients.
Enrollment for the CME is now open but limited to 100 participants. There are six hours of category-one CME credit associated with this seminar, and the cost of participation is $75 per day. Registration and additional information is available online, or by contacting Dr. Thomas Jarnot, M.D., at email@example.com.
EAA’s Aeromedical Advisory Council is a volunteer group of senior aeromedical examiners dedicated to sharing their knowledge and expertise with their fellow EAA members. For more information about the council, please contact the EAA Advocacy and Safety department at firstname.lastname@example.org.