8-12 September 2019, Debrecen, Hungary
Aviation Medicine Doctors Association (AMDA) invite you to take part in the Second International AMDA Congress on 31 October – 03 November, 2019, dedicated to the 110th Anniversary of Aviation medicine in Russia.Read more ...
As the AsMa congress in Las Vegas approaches, again ESAM will organise the “famous” lunch meeting on Wednesday, as well as other panels in the general program. Also, ESAM and AsMA have together organised 2 successful ECAM conferences in Europe: Oslo in 2016 and Prague in 2018.Read more ...
Dear member associations of ESAM, The European Society of Aerospace Medicine – ESAM – is seeking closer collaboration with its European national aerospace medicine societies in order to promote and share more activities in aviation and space medicine across Europe.
Therefore please find enclosed a letter from ESAM President Anthony Wagstaff introducing the concept of Circle of Experts. This concept has been developed by the ESAM Advisory Board and is envisioned to serve as a platform for future collaboration and influence amongst aerospace medicine associations.
Dear Brigitte, dear Vincent,
As President of ESAM I would like to express my deep sympathy for the tragic fire and damage to the Notre Dame recently. The fire struck at a symbol of faith, culture and beauty, not only for Europeans, but for the whole world. Of course the loss is greatest for all Parisians.
You and all our friends in SOFRAMAS are at the heart of ESAM, and I think I speak for all ESAM members when I say that we are all united in support for you all in our thoughts. Luckily, no lives were lost, and the Notre Dame will no doubt be be rebuilt to former glory.
Roland Vermeiren, founder member and previous President of ESAM, Head of Medical Service of EUROCONTROL, is this year the first President of the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) from continental Europe in their 90-year history.Read more ...
The "NATO Occupational Aviation Cardiology Working Group” has produced 10 scientific papers on Aviation Cardiology after presenting 3 NATO panels in the last 3 years during AsMa meetings.
European specialists have been important in this work, which has substantial practical relevance for evaluation of both civilian and military air crew.
Use the following link for free access to the articles published in the HEART journal: