THE AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE
The Australasian College of Aerospace Medicine (ACAsM) will strive for national and international recognition as the body in Australasia responsible for training and credentialing specialists in aerospace medicine, and the body responsible for maintaining the high standards of aerospace medicine practiced by its Fellows and Members.
Its objectives and cornerstone activities, and its strategy to promote aerospace medicine as a clinical entity in Australasia – has been widely supported by major stakeholders of the aerospace medicine industry in Australia and New Zealand.
The purpose of this policy is to clarify the continuing professional development (CPD) participation requirements for Fellows and Associate Fellows of the Australasian College of Aerospace Medicine (ACAsM, ‘the College’), as well Overseas Trained Physicians (OTPs) undergoing peer review in pursuit of Fellowship.
If you’re an ACAsM Member, your CPD can be managed in your account area here.
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Aerospace medicine – also called ‘aviation medicine’ – is the medical specialty concerned with the interaction between the aviation environment and human physiology. It is concerned with the physiological stresses experienced by a healthy person in flight, and the interaction between the aviation environment and underlying health problems – in passengers as well as in aircrew.
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