Bangkok Hospital To Welcome World Aviation Medicine Gathering
Bangkok, Thailand, 22 February 2013 - The three day conference will take place under the theme 'Patient Quality & Safety & Civil Space Aviation Medicine'. Joining Bangkok Hospital's Civil Aviation Medicine Center in co-hosting the event are the Aviation Medicine Physician Association and Thailand's Department of Civil Aviation.
Topics on the agenda for discussion at the 1st International Civil Air Medical Transportation Conference Bangkok (ICAMT) include:
- Globalization and economic benefits of air evacuation
- Repatriation and escort on commercial airlines
- Difficulties faced on critical care flights via fixed wing & HEMS missions
- CAMTs and EURAMI quality & safety standards
- Civil air evacuation
- The future of Aero Medical Transportation and issues related to pilot licensing
A number of the world's leading figures in Aviation Medicine will be taking part in the 1st ICAMT as guest speakers. They include:
- Dr. Michael Braida, Medical Director of ISOS-UK (Canada)
- Dr. Laurent Taymans, President of EURAMI (Belgium)
- Eileen Frazer, R.N./CMTE Executive Director of CAMTS (USA)
- Dr. Juergen K. Knueppel, Lt. Col. (ret) Flight Surgeon & President FAI CIMP (Germany)
- Dr. Olivier Seiler, Deputy Medical Director of Swiss Air-Rescue REGA (Switzerland)
- Stefan Becker, Head of Corporate Development REGA (Switzerland)
"Bangkok Hospital is extremely honoured and pleased to be involved in the staging of such an important gathering of internationally renowned figures in the Aviation Medicine field" said Dr. Chatree Duagnet, MD, Chief Executive Officer of Bangkok Hospital and Vice President of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services PCL.
"Well recognized as a leading private hospital in Bangkok and world class hospital in Thailand, Bangkok Hospital is playing a key role in medicine at the local, regional and global level."
Form more information and registration, please click here
|Bangkok Hospital, 2 Soi Soonvijai 7, New Petchaburi Rd., Bangkok, Thailand 10310 Tel.(+66) 2310-3000, 1719 (local mobile calls only) |