4th European Conference in Aerospace Medicine

Novotel Bucarest City Center Hotel, Bucharest, Romania.
5th - 7th September 2014

ECAM 2014 Bucharest Programme (PDF)

ECAM 2014 Bucharest Summary (PDF)

The 4th European Conference in Aerospace Medicine will be held on 5th, 6th and 7th September 2014 at the Novotel Bucarest City Center Hotel, Bucharest.

The theme is How we screen for and prevent health problems in aviation, and will include workshops as well as regular sessions on the challenges of promoting health in aviation sector. There will be presentations of scientific papers throughout the weekend, a session of workshops on Saturday and poster displays.

You can benefit from early registration fee and special accommodation rates if you register up to 31st of July 2014. Conference registration fee is 245 Euros until 31st of July and 290 Euros after 1st of August.

Registration can be considered successful after you receive 2 emails, one confirming your registration and the other one confirming your payment.
The social programme consists of a welcome cocktail on Friday evening, followed by a gala dinner on Saturday evening. The programme for accompanying persons offers a full day on Saturday and includes a tour of the most important sites in Bucharest and surroundings and a Romanian traditional lunch.

Full details on the conference schedule will be posted on www.esam.aero in due time.

A post-conference tour of some of the most beautiful parts of Romania is available on request. Registration for the post-conference tour will be separate from the conference.

If you would like to book a room at the venue Hotel - Novotel Bucarest City Center, you can do so by clicking the Hotel name and follow the link. After processing your reservation you will receive an email from the hotel to confirm your successful reservation.

The organizing committee from ESAM, Romanian CAA and Romanian National Military Aviation Authority look forward to welcoming you to Bucharest at the beginning of the autumn for what we hope will be a new perspective on aviation and space medicine.