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Aerospace Medical Association84th AnnualScientific MeetingTRANSFORMINGTODAY’SCHALLENGESintoTOMORROW’SOPPORTUNITIESSheraton Chicago Hotel and TowersChicago, IL - May 12-16, 2013


Aerospace Medical Association 84th Annual Scientific MeetingTRANSFORMING TODAY’S CHALLENGESintoTOMORROW’S OPPORTUNITIESCHALLENGES still exist in the Aerospace Medicine communities. Hypoxiaproblems associated with the F-22 aircraft, fatigue issues in aircrew and airtraffic controllers, mental health issues in flight crews, human factors problemsin aviation and space operations all point to challenges in health, safety,and human performance for Aerospace Medicine. We will have presentationsfrom diverse experts that will enhance the world’s knowledge and understandingof the current challenges in Aerospace Medicine and how we can transformthose challenges into tomorrow’s opportunities.Aerospace medicine is truly multi-disciplinary and multi-national. Our annualscientific meeting is an opportunity to learn about the work of our colleaguesfrom around the world, and to share the knowledge and wisdom whichwe gain in our day-to-day work and practice. It is a great way to learn from andexpand the overall community of aerospace medicine.Based upon the responses to a survey provided at the end of the 83rd AnnualScientific Meeting in Atlanta, GA, our members indicated a need for moreinformation in six major categories: 1) Aerospace Medicine; 2) Travel Medicine;3) Occupational Medicine; 4) Accident Investigation; 5) Operational Medicine;and 6) Human Factors. We plan to focus the 84th Annual Scientific Meetingprogram in these six major categories.The sessions for this 84th Annual Scientific Meeting will cover the latestfindings in the fields of aviation, space, and environmental medicine and relatedfields such as aerospace human factors and human performance, aerospacenursing, and aerospace physiology.AsMA 2013 is THE forum for the latest information on health and humanperformance in aerospace environments.The Program Committee, chaired by Valerie Martindale, Ph.D., has organizeda balanced program of sessions on civil and military aviation, travelmedicine, space medicine, and human performance.Register Online NOW at www.asma.org so you can learn about currenttrends in the aerospace medicine and human performance arena and meetwith your colleagues. We hope to see YOU there.EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVESOur meeting provides a forum for the exchange of information, knowledge,and advances in clinical, operational, and research efforts in aviation, space,and environmental medicine and their allied sciences, including human performance.The participant will:• Understand the impact of evolving trends on the practice of aerospacemedicine;• Learn how to apply principles of evidence-based medicine, operational riskmanagement, and aeromedical decision making in aerospace medicineoperations;• Learn about the analysis of causation of both mechanical and humanfactors in aviation accidents;• Review current fatigue research and assess air traffic controller and aviatorperformance and decision-making;• Understand and apply ethical principles to aerospace medicine decisionmaking;foster competency in professionalism and systems-based practicein the application of aerospace medicine skills, teamwork, and interoperabilityin a multi-discipline professional environment.KEY TOPICS• The Stratos Project/Human Freefall Flight• F-22 Clinical Issues• PTSD in USAF Aircrew• Human Systems Integration RDT & E• Fear of Flying• Drugs and Alcohol in Aviation• Ethics–addressing ethical dilemmas in aerospace medicine• Fatigue in aircrew• Aviation Safety in civil and military settings• FAA Seminars for AMEs• British, French, German, Ibero-American, Japanese, and Multi-NationalAeromedical PanelsEDUCATIONAL BENEFITS• CME credits—The AsMA is accredited by the Accreditation Council forContinuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education forphysicians.• The AsMA designates this educational activity for a maximum of 24 AMAPRA Category 1 Credits TM . Physicians should claim only credit commensuratewith the extent of their participation in the activity.• Nurses may receive CEUs from the Virginia Nursing Association.• MOC Available! Maintenance of Certification modules: Workshops, Panels,Slide, and Poster Sessions have been designated for MOC. At least 20 nonconcurrenthours of MOC training will be available.PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTSeveral sessions highlight professional development, one of the core competenciesfor maintenance of certification:• Writing and Reviewing for ASEM• Addressing Ethical Dilemmas in Aerospace Medicine• Workshop on Aerospace Medicine Faculty DevelopmentOTHER BENEFITS• Networking with Peers• Scientific and Technical Exhibits• Constituent and Affiliate Organization Luncheons and Awards• Spouses ProgramSPECIAL WORKSHOPSAerospace Nursing Careers andResearch OpportunitiesSATURDAY 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.5 CEUsDesigned for nursing students and professionals from a variety of backgrounds,this workshop offers educational and networking opportunities presented byleading aerospace nursing professionals. Topics include the role of nursing in airevacuation and readiness, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, occupational nursing process,and space operations. Presentations emphasize the physiology, clinical, andoperational considerations that necessitate health and safety support in the air,sea, and space. They provide a context for a focused review of topical researchissues, highlighting the interdependence of technology on progress in aerospacenursing. Moderated by Yvette DeBois, M.D., with Marian Sides, Ph.D., Cathy DiBiase,RN, Nicole Close, Ph.D., Janet Sanner, MSN, RN, and Richard Gustavson.Aircrew Fatigue: Causes, Consequences, andCountermeasuresSUNDAY 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.5 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDITS TM .The workshop will outline the importance of addressing fatigue as a danger inaviation, the basic physiological mechanism underlying fatigue, and the mostcommon causes of fatigue in air transport and other settings. Ways to recognizefatigue in operational environments and information about the efficacy ofvarious countermeasures, including specific information about countermeasuretechniques such as proper work/rest schedules, adequate sleep, nappingstrategies, rest breaks, circadian entrainment, stimulants, and others will beprovided. Presented by Dr. John Caldwell and Dr. Lynn Caldwell.Aerospace Medicine Faculty Development WorkshopSUNDAY 12:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M.3 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDITS TM .The purpose of this workshop is to provide presentations on current topics ofinterest to faculty of Aerospace Medicine residencies and fellowships. Thesepresentations may also be of interest to faculty of other Preventive MedicineResidencies, including General Preventive Medicine and Occupational Medicine.The presenters are all experienced faculty for Aerospace Medicine programs.They will present topics aimed at improving teaching skills and providingproven methods for evaluating residents in aerospace medicine. Any currentor future aerospace medicine faculty members may benefit fromthese presentations and are invited to attend. Continuing MedicalEducation (CME) and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credit willbe available for completion of this workshop. Organized by Col. DavidRhodes, USAF, MC, USAFSAM, WPAFB, OH.WHAT DOES OUR MEETING OFFER?Education. Opportunity. Networking.Education is the primary objective of the Aerospace Medical Association’s AnnualScientific Meeting. It is designed from meeting evaluation forms, periodicsurveys, and abstracts submitted. The latest results are presented in sessionsdesigned for aerospace medicine physicians in clinical practice and relatedresearch, aerospace physiologists, human performance specialists, and alliedscientists. The scientific program will benefit residents, medical and graduatestudents, and advanced undergraduates who have an interest in aerospacemedicine. Continuing education credits are available for participants. Professionaldevelopment and the other core competencies as outlined by the AmericanBoard of Preventive Medicine will be highlighted throughout the meeting.Opportunities are provided to learn about the latest products and servicesfrom our many technical and scientific exhibitors. Career opportunities areprovided through corporate suites. Other opportunities include the two plenarylectures; our business luncheon where you have the opportunity to help governour association; awards luncheons and banquets to honor the best and thebrightest among your fellow professionals; and the spouses program, which isopen to all spouses and friends of AsMA members.Networking is perhaps the greatest benefit of our meeting because webring together the experts from all aspects of the aerospace community. Ideasfor research, careers, projects, and presentations are forged during our meeting.And the friendships made will last a lifetime.Our Aerospace Medical Association is diverse, with 11 constituent and over30 affiliate organizations, representing a wide range of endeavors and interests,including clinical and basic research, regulatory and administrative medicine,human performance, and many more. Our members ask the questionsand seek the answers. Our members find the answers and apply them to theaviator, the astronaut, the regulatory body, the manufacturer. Our memberscontribute to the growing body of scientific aerospace knowledge and lead usin scientific advances.COME TO CHICAGO!Contribute to your Associationand meet your fellowAerospace Professionals


SPOUSES PROGRAMThe WING of AsMA, a volunteer spouse organization, sponsors a program toshare cultural and educational experiences of the host city with old and newfriends. There is a Hospitality Room, a Welcoming Reception on Monday, May13 and a Luncheon on Wednesday, May 15. Two tours are planned:Tour #1MONDAY, MAY 13Architectural Cruise of Chicago. Enjoy a private one-hour cruise of the historicChicago River as our guide showcases over 40 landmarks of modern Americanarchitecture. Professional guides will recount the dramatic story of Chicago’srise from the Great Fire of 1871 to become the home of the skyscraper and thecradle of modern American architecture.Tour #2TUESDAY, MAY 14Frank Lloyd Wright Tour of Oak Park. This tour includes an interior tour ofthe Wright–designed Unity Temple, and an in-depth walking tour of the FrankLloyd Wright Historic District to view more than a dozen houses designed byFrank Lloyd Wright.CHICAGOChicago, according to Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago), is thethird most populous city in the United States. Located in the State of Illinois,the city has approximately 2.7 million residents. Its metropolitan area, sometimescalled “Chicagoland”, is the third-largest in the United States, after NewYork City and Los Angeles, with an estimated 9.8 million people. Chicago wasincorporated as a city in 1837, near a portage between the Great Lakes and theMississippi River watershed. Today, Chicago is listed as an alpha+ global city bythe Globalization and World Cities Research Network, and ranks seventh in theworld in the 2012 Global Cities Index. The city is an international hub for finance,commerce, industry, telecommunications, and transportation, with O’Hare InternationalAirport being the second-busiest airport in the world in terms of trafficmovements. Among metropolitan areas, Chicago has the fourth-largest grossdomestic product (GDP) in the world, just behind Tokyo, New York City, and LosAngeles, and ranking ahead of London and Paris. Chicago is one of the mostimportant Worldwide Centers of Commerce and trade. Chicago’s notability hasfound expression in numerous forms of popular culture, including novels, plays,movies, songs, various types of journals, and the news media. The city has manynicknames, which reflect the impressions and opinions about historical and contemporaryChicago. The best known include: “Chi-town”, “Windy City,” “SecondCity”, “Hog Butcher for the World” and the “City of Big Shoulders”.Climate for MayAverage high is 79°F, low 50°F, and there is about a 35% chance of light rainsometime during the week.ATTENTION ASMA MEMBERS!If you receive a paper copy of the ASEM journal in your mail box each month,PLEASE bring your APRIL PROGRAM ISSUE with you to the meeting this year.If you do not want to bring the Program issue, that’s okay! You can pay $10to pick up a copy with your registration. The program will be available for freeonline and through the mobile app at the meeting. Note: Nonmembers andthose who receive only the electronic version of the journal will be entitled to acopy of the program without charge.SHERATON CHICAGO HOTEL AND TOWERS301 East North Water St.Chicago, IL 60611(312) 464-1000https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/AMARATES2 Double Beds $181.00/Night1 King Bed $181.00/NightPlease contact the reservations desk at (877) 242-2558 for suite informationand rates.*All rooms are subject to a 16.4% per room per night tax.Deadline for AsMA Meeting RatesApril 15, 2013 (Allow 7 days for confirmation)Website Reservations are preferred. If you feel uncomfortable in doing thisplease call the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers. Telephone Reservationswill be accepted. A credit card is required to confirm/guarantee yourhotel room. A deposit is required for the first night of your reservation.Room ConfirmationsUpon completion of your reservation request, the hotel will e-mail or fax areservation confirmation notice within 7 days.Changes/CancellationsOnline reservations can be cancelled online 24 hours prior to arrival. Ifyour reservation was made in writing, then make changes and cancellationsdirectly with the hotel 24 hours prior to arrival.Individuals are requested to review their confirmation forthe exact cancellation policy.Internet AccessInternet service is available in the sleeping rooms for$13.95 per 24 hours. Guests can connect via R5 cable inthe room, or log on via the in-room wireless connection.The Link @ Sheraton is the place to connect. Enjoya variety of salads, sandwiches, soups, breakfastpastries, and Starbucks coffee. Guests enjoy thebenefit of complimentary wireless internet, workstations, and online printing. Free Wi-Fi is alsoavailable in the Meeting Registration area.The Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers is withinwalking distance of Navy Pier, the MagnificentMile, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Loop BusinessDistrict and fine shopping, dining, and entertainment.Ask the concierge for a map anddirections to make the most of your visit. TheSheraton offers a Health Club and Indoor HeatedPool, Business Center, 32” Flat Screen TVs inevery room, and all the amenities of a first classhotel.Dining Options include Shula’s Steak House,The Link@Sheraton Cafe, Chicago BurgerCompany, and LB Bistro and Patisserie.ADVANCE REGISTRATION FORMAerospace Medical Association 84th Annual Scientific MeetingSheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers, Chicago, IL May 12-16, 2013Fax registration form with credit card information to: 703-739-9652Information for our records:Name____________________________________ Degree/Credentials_ _____________________Organization___________________________________ Title_ ____________________________Street Address__________________________________________________________________City_____________________________ State/Country__________________Zip Code__________Email_ ________________________________________________________________________Telephone Number__________________________ Fax Number___________________________o Please indicate if this is an address change to your AsMA Membership RecordONLINE REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE AT WWW.ASMA.ORGYou MUST be an active member of AsMA in order to register at the member fee.Registration fee does not include membership dues.Are you a first time attendee, or new member? o YES o NOIf you are being funded by the U.S. DoD please indicate Branch: o Army o Navy o Air Force o Coast GuardRegistration Fee......................................................................................................................................................... Advance At-The-Door _Registration Fee Remittedo MEMBER..................................................................................................................................................................$420 $520 ___________________o NON-MEMBER........................................................................................................................................................ $645* $745* ___________________o NON-MEMBER PRESENTER................................................................................................................................... $545* $645* ___________________o RESIDENTS..............................................................................................................................................................$300 $300 ___________________o STUDENTS............................................................................................................................................................... $100 $100 ___________________o § FAA-AME SEMINAR................................................................................................................................................ $310 $310 ___________________*Go to www.asma.org to become a member and take advantage of the reduced registration rates, receive the official Aerospace Medical Association journal and othermembership benefits.§FEE COVERS AsMA OVERHEAD COSTS. CME CREDIT FOR THE FAA SEMINAR IS FREE.Add AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s) below and gain full access to the AsMA meeting and associated CMEo Add Member AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ....................................................................................................... $125 $125 ___________________o Add Non-Member AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)................................................................................................ $150 $150 ___________________o Add Member AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) & MOC............................................................................................ $175 $175 ___________________o Add Non-Member AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) & MOC....................................................................................$200 $200 ___________________PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY FORM TO BE REGISTERED IN ADVANCE (See reverse for events)ADVANCE REGISTRATION CLOSES APRIL 15.A $50 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE IS APPLIED TOALL CANCELLATIONS. NO CANCELLATIONSOR REFUNDS AFTER APRIL 15.Spouses who have registered with theWing and require CME credits may do soat the AsMA Member fee.WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE ONLINEREGISTRATION AT WWW.ASMA.ORG.SUBTOTAL FOR REGISTRATION FEE___________________


ADVANCE REGISTRATION FORMAerospace Medical Association 84th Annual Scientific MeetingSheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers, Chicago, IL May 12-16, 2013Note: Workshops are Limited ***Only One per Attendee*** Register EarlySaturday, May 11Sunday, May 12Sunday, May 12Events Ticket(s) FeeAdditional Program (ONLY for AsMA Members who receive their journal by mail).........................No.___________ @$10____________9:00 am-3:00 pm Workshop #1 “Aerospace Nursing Careers”.....................................................No.___________ @ $75___________9:00 am-3:00 pm Workshop #2 “Aircrew Fatigue” (MAX 75)........................................................No.___________ @ $125__________12:00 -3:00 pm Workshop #3 “Aerospace Medicine Faculty Development”.................................No.___________ @ $75___________0. Sunday, May 12 AsMA Welcome to Chicago (NOTE: ALL ATTENDEES MUST HAVE TICKETS)...............................No.___________ @ $ 10___________1. Monday, May 13 Civil Aviation Medical Association Luncheon..................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________2. Monday, May 13 Society of USAF Flight Surgeons Luncheon....................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________3. Monday, May 13 U.S. Navy Luncheon........................................................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________4. Monday, May 13 U.S. Army Aviation Medical Association Luncheon.........................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________5. Monday, May 13 Aerospace Human Factors Association Luncheon..........................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________6. Monday, May 13 Corporate and Sustaining Affiliate Luncheon..................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________7. Monday, May 13 Fellows Dinner (MUST BE A FELLOW OR GUEST OF AsMA FELLOW)...........................................No.___________ @ $75___________8. Tuesday, May 14 Associate Fellows Breakfast...........................................................................................................No.___________ @ $30_ __________9. Tuesday, May 14 AsMA Annual Business Meeting (Lunch Optional)..........................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________10. Tuesday, May 14 Associate Fellows/Fellows Reception.............................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________11. Tuesday, May 14 Reception to Honor International Members....................................................................................No.___________ @ $20_ __________12. Wednesday, May 15 Aerospace Physiology Society Luncheon........................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________13. Wednesday, May 15 Society of NASA Flight Surgeons Luncheon...................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________14. Wednesday, May 15 Aerospace Nursing Society Luncheon............................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________15. Wednesday, May 15 Iberoamerican Association of Aerospace Medicine Luncheon.......................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________16. Thursday, May 16 Space Medicine Association Luncheon...........................................................................................No.___________ @ $35_ __________17. Thursday, May 16 AsMA Honors Night Banquet (BLACK TIE OPTIONAL)....................................................................No.___________ @ $75___________METHOD OF PAYMENTSubtotal Events........................................................................................................................................................ $ _______________Total Amount Due (Registration—from front side—& Events).................................................................... $ _ _____________Check Number:_____________ o CHECK o AMEX o DISCOVER o MASTERCARD o VISA o DINERSName as it appears on card: (PLEASE PRINT) _ __________________________________________________Credit Card #:_______________________________________________Expiration Date:________________Signature:______________________________________________________________________________Approval (Official use only): _________________________________________________________________Fax with credit card information to:703-739-9652Or mail with payment to:Aerospace Medical Association320 S Henry StreetAlexandria, VA 22314-3579MEETING SCHEDULEAerospace Medical Association 84th Annual Scientific MeetingSheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers, Chicago, IL May 12-16, 2013MONDAY, MAY 138:00 A.M. -9:30 A.M.10:30 A.M. -12:00 NOON12:00 NOON -2:00 P.M.2:00 P.M. -3:30 P.M.4:00 P.M. -5:30 P.M.TUESDAY, MAY 148:30 A.M. -10:00 A.M.10:30 A.M. -12:00 NOON12:00 NOON -2:00 P.M.2:00 P.M. -3:30 P.M.4:00 P.M. -5:30 P.M.OPENING CEREMONIES AND 59TH LOUIS H. BAUER LECTURE—SHERATON AND CHICAGO BALLROOMSNote: FAA Session will be held in Chicago 10 all WeekSHERATON 4 SHERATON 5 CHICAGO 6 CHICAGO 7 CHICAGO 8 CHICAGO 9 SHERATON 1 POSTERS: EXHIBITHALLPANEL/SPACEBiomedical Resultsof Stratos ProjectPANEL/CLINICALASAMS AerospaceMedicine PracticeGuidelines ISLIDE/HPOperationalPhysiologySLIDE/SAFETYAviation MishapsPANEL/SAFETYConducting an InjuryResearch ProgramSPECIAL LUNCHEONSCAMA, Navy, Air Force, Army, Aerospace Human Factors, Corporate and Sustaining AffiliatePANEL/SPACE PANEL/CLINICAL SLIDE/HP SLIDE/CLINICAL SLIDE/SAFETYStratos Project ASAMS Aerospace ABC’s of Gx,y, and z Neurology Safety and LifeMedical Operations Medicine PracticeSupport TopicsGuidelines IIPANEL/SPACETesting, Integration,and LessonsLearned fromStratos ProjectPANEL/CLINICALAerospace MedicineGrand RoundsPANEL/CLINICALAerospace MedicineGrand RoundsPANEL/OTHERAviation Medicine75 Years AgoSLIDE/HPHypoxia ISLIDE/HPHypoxia IISLIDE/ATMRotary Wing MedicalTransportPANEL/SPACEVIIP Syndrome:Part IPANEL/SPACEVIIP Syndrome:Part IISLIDE/CLINICALNeoplasms inAircrewSLIDE/ATMAeromedicalTransport &AeroevacAEROPACE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION LUNCHEON AND BUSINESS MEETINGPANEL/CLINICALAerospace MedicineGrand RoundsPANEL/CLINICALRam BowlWEDNESDAY, MAY 158:30 A.M. - PANEL/HP10:00 A.M. Color Vision inAdverse Conditions10:30 A.M. -12:00 NOON12:00 NOON -2:00 P.M.11:30 A.M. -1:30 P.M.4:00 P.M. -5:30 P.M.THURSDAY, MAY 168:15 A.M. -9:15 A.M.10:00 A.M. -11:30 A.M11:30 A.M. -1:30 P.M.1:30 P.M. -3:00 P.M.3:30 P.M. -5:00 P.M.PANEL/CLINICALColor Vision Testing& StandardsPANEL/HPHypoxia, Cognition,Capnic State & TUCSLIDE/HPPilot Cognition &PerformanceSLIDE/HPAcceleration EffectsPANEL/SPACEReturn of PostflightAstronauts to U.S.PANEL/SPACEMass Measurementin SpaceSLIDE/SPACEFuture OperationalSpace MedicineSLIDE/SPACESpace Informatics &Risk AssessmentPANEL/HPApplied Solutions inHuman PerformanceSLIDE/HPAssessment,Training &Intervention forMilitary PersonnelPANEL/CLINICALNew Challenges forOld Air Force: RAFPANEL/CLINICALAAMIMOAeromedical CasePresentationsPANEL/CLINICALAerospace Medicinein IberoAmericaSLIDE/SAFETYRisk Assessment &MitigationPANEL/SAFETYAeromedicalSupport of CivilAccidentsSLIDE/SAFETYFlight Safetyand AccidentInvestigationPANEL/ATMFear of FlyingSLIDE/HPSpatialDisorientationPANEL/OTHEREarhart-NoonanMishap InvestigationPANEL/OTHERPsych & Cinema:Aviation MentalHealthPANEL/CLINICALAcupuncture inthe OperationalEnvironmentPANEL/CLINICALDrug and AlcoholScreening: Part IPANEL/CLINICALDrug and AlcoholScreening : Part IIPANEL/HPHSI in RTD&E:Part IPANEL/HPHSI in RTD&E:Part IISLIDE/CLINICALGlobal PartnershipsPANEL/OTHERTopics in AviationDentistrySLIDE/ATMTravel & TransportMedicinePANEL/ATMCabin Crew MedicalExamsPANEL/CLINICALEvidence-BasedMedicine & DecisionMakingPANEL/CLINICALThe Aging PilotPANEL/CLINICALAeromedicalCertificationSPECIAL LUNCHEONSAerospace Nursing Society, Aerospace Physiology Society, Society of NASA Flight Surgeons, Ibero-American Association of Aerospace Medicine, WingPANEL/CLINICAL SLIDE/HP SLIDE/SPACE PANEL/CLINICAL SLIDE /HP PANEL/SPACEUSAFSAM RAM Vision in High Operation Space Emergency, First Aid History Then & Now ESA SpaceResearch: Part I Performance Medicine& PreventionMedicine: Part IEnvironmentPANEL/CLINICALUSAFSAM RAMResearch: Part IIPANEL/CLINICALPTSD in USAFAircrew47TH HARRY G. ARMSTRONG LECTURESheraton 5 and Chicago 6PANEL/CLINICAL SLIDE/CLINICALOptimization of Mental Health, OSA,Passengers & & FatigueAircrewSPECIAL LUNCHEONSSpace Medicine AssociationPANEL/HP SLIDE/CLINICALHSI, HP, Analysis & AerospaceSafety: Part I Cardiology IPANEL/HPHSI, HP, Analysis &Safety: Part IISLIDE/CLINICALAerospaceCardiology IISLIDE/SPACEFluid Shifts in SpacePANEL/SPACESensorimotorEvaluation &CountermeasuresPANEL/CLINICALJapan-U.S. MutualInterchangeSLIDE/HPMultisystemApproach to InflightFatiguePANEL/SPACE PANEL/CLINICALHealth Challenges & Cancer Incidence inCountermeasures: Flight CrewPart IPANEL/SPACEHealth Challenges &Countermeasures:Part IIPANEL/CLINICALADHD in CivilAviationPANEL/OTHERJournal Seminar onWriting & ReviewingPANEL/SAFETYAviation Safety Yearin ReviewPANEL/CLINICALClinical HumanFactorsPANEL/CLINICALEthical DilemmasPANEL/SPACEESA SpaceMedicine: Part IISLIDE/CLINICALFlight & AuditoryFunctionSLIDE/CLINICALEnvironmentalHazardsSLIDE/CLINICALTopics in AerospaceMedicine10:00 A.M.POSTERSHuman Factors &Physiology I; Clinical& OperationalMedicine2:30 P.M.POSTERSAeromedicalEvacuation;AeromedicalStandards; SpaceMedicine10:00 A.M.POSTERSAviation &Stress; HumanPerformance;Clinical Issues2:30 P.M.POSTERSClinical Issues;Exercise &Physiology; AircraftAccidents &ResearchPayment must accompany form. All payments are in U.S. funds. Registrants submitting via fax must include credit card information.Please remember to include both sides when faxing. Use only one method to register.COLOR CODETRAVEL & AIRTRANSPORTMEDICINE (ATM)CLINICALHUMANPERFORMANCE(HP)SAFETY SPACE MEDICINE OTHER


Aerospace Medical Association320 South Henry StreetAlexandria, VA 22314-3579(703) 739-2240www.asma.orgAerospace Medical Association84th Annual Scientific MeetingTRANSFORMING TODAY’S CHALLENGESintoTOMORROW’S OPPORTUNITIESSheraton Chicago Hotel and TowersChicago, IL - May 12-16, 2013

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