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09.10 2023

CCAT October 2023

09:00 - 17:00

1.5 days of extreme physiology

  • Transport physiology
  • Biodynamics
  • Environmental extremes

2 days of clinical aspects of retrieval medicine

  • Pathophysiology
  • Clinical concerns
  • Transportable medical equipment

1.5 days of logistic and command issues in medical transport

  • Organisational issues in transport and retrieval operations
  • Medicolegal issues
  • Standards and safety

This course is primarily designed for doctors, nurses and paramedics who are preparing to work as flight medical crew, and for all who are involved with patient transfers The objective of the course is to give a thorough foundation in the art and science of retrieval and transport medicine As such, it is an excellent primer for candidates of the Diploma in Retrieval and Transfer Medicine examination of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and other similar exams.

It is a very practical course, taught by experts in aviation physiology, aerospace medicine, retrieval medicine, intensive care, emergency medicine and pre hospital care It addresses relevant issues of the special physical, physiological and psychological stresses that are important in the various transport environments and describes the conditions which are susceptible during transfers by land and by air, and how patients may be safely and efficiently carried.

Delegates are not required to have previous training or experience in ground ambulance, or fixed wing or helicopter air ambulance operations However, the course presents opportunities for those seeking entry into this career path during its fascinating and intense 6 day educational program CCAT Training is proud of its long and successful global history in the provision of gold standard educational experiences

For REGISTRATION or details of the Syllabus & Program for 2023, contact: CCAT.aeromedical@gmail.com

For both Parts 1&2

Earlybird fee : 1299.00 (expires on 10 September
Latecomers fee : 1480.00 


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