CCAT Course

CCAT 2018
Clinical Considerations in Aeromedical Transport
Foundation Level Program
October 15-19 2018 Vancouver

Faculty:

Professor Dr. Terry Martin, MSC, DAvMed DipRTMed, FIMC, FCARCSI, FRCS, FRCA, FFICM, FRAes, Consultant in Anaethesia & Intensive Care Medicine & Director of CCAT Program

Dr. Marek Rozwadowski, Bsc(Med), MC ChB, CAFCI, FFA(SA), FANZCA
Chief Medical Officer

Retrieval & Aeromedical Transfer Medicine

The CCAT course is designed for medical professionals, students and residents, including Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics and Respiratory Therapists who are involved or participating in the planning of patient transfers for critically ill patients.

Taught by Professor Dr. Terry Martin of Oxford, UK and Dr. Marek Rozwadowski, our international Flight Physician faculty will provide a thorough foundation in the art and science of Retrieval and Transport Medicine.

CCAT course addresses principles of transport medicine, aviation physiology, special physical, physiological, and psychological stresses that are important in the various transport environments, and describes the conditions that are susceptible during transfer by land and air, and how patients may be safely and efficiently carried.

Key topics of study include:

Transport Physiology

Aviation Flight Physiology

Transport Medical Equipment

Retrieval Medicine

Standards & Safety

Biodynamics

Clinical Considerations

Logistics & Coordination

Environmental Extremes

From October 15th to 19th join aeromedical and healthcare professionals from around the world as we gather together for this exciting educational opportunity in the growing and diverse field of Transport Medicine.

This course is open to all participants regardless of employer or professional background.
Course Sponsored by LIFESUPPORT Air Medical Services, Inc.

Cost $1350 + GST = $1417.50 CAD

Registration via email to email hidden; JavaScript is required
Course Director Dr. Marek Rozwadowski email hidden; JavaScript is required