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aeromedicine

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The COASTN award for best presentation went to Karyn Hathaway, who presented on the new aeromedical simulation facility and education programme at Wellington Hospital (see "Practising in a life-sized simulator", August issue, p40).
In 2005, the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) commission directed the establishment of a Center of Excellence for Aeromedical Research, Education, and Training at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio.
From the Air Force we had me, the flight surgeon, a flight nurse, and an aeromedical evacuation technician.
Kevin Brooks is an aeromedical analyst at the Naval Safety Center.
Kaye was integral to the setting up of our newest fleet of four King Air aircraft, using her expertise in aviation medicine and vast knowledge of aeromedical operations.
She begins Part II with the postwar transfer of Strughold and other former Nazi aeromedical specialists to the United States under Project Paperclip and concludes with the USAF relinquishing leadership in space medicine to NASA in the early 1960s.
Specialist practitioner Martin (Royal Hampshire County Hospital, UK and U, of Otago, New Zealand) has completely updated his text, which still serves as the only volume devoted entirely to aeromedical transportation.
Nurses who wish to receive flight training must take an assignment to an Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron to attend the Flight Nurse Course at the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) at Brooks Air Force Base (AFB), San Antonio, Texas.
The ten-man small portable expeditionary aeromedical rapid response (SPEARR) capability is completed by the addition of the SPEARR trailer, which contains one tent with equipment and supplies.
Methods: A retrospective review was conducted of the fixed-wing obstetrical air transports performed by the StatCare aeromedical transport service from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2002.
6485TH/20TH OPERATIONS SQUADRONS, 9TH AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION GROUP/SQUADRON, 901ST, 903RD AEROMEDICAL EVACULATION SQUADRONS--October 20-24, 2004, Contact Diann Hale O'Connor, Phone (210) 494-0489, Email dhoconnor@sbcglobal.
Because medical facilities are limited on these islands, the Department of Health authorized the National Aeromedical Consultation Center (NACC), a physician-based 24-hour control center that coordinates all aeromedical transport of critically ill or injured patients within Taiwan, to coordinate transporting these patients to designated SARS hospitals in Taipei.

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