ICAM 2022

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International Conference of Aerospace Medicine Paris 22-24 September 2022. Centre des Congrès de la Villette.

ICAM 2022 // SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

Scientific program

• Up to 3 sessions will be held in parallel.
• The official language of the Conference is English.
• Sessions in French will be held on a parallel room on Friday (morning & afternoon), September 23.
• A Refresher course for AME will be held on Saturday morning, September 24 (7 AME hours of credit for attendance at Conference the whole Saturday including Refresher course).
• ESAM Circle of Experts (CoE) meeting on Friday, September 23 (17:30-19:00).

Allard lecture will be given by Luc TYTGAT

Director, Strategy and Safety Management Directorate, EASA

Luc Tytgat is since 1st January 2015 Director of the Strategy and Safety Management Directorate of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Luc Tytgat is in charge of raising safety intelligence as one of EASA’s key priorities and developing a better and more agile regulatory framework. Prior to EASA, Luc Tytgat was the Director of the Pan-European Single Sky Directorate at Eurocontrol since 2011, after having worked for 20 years in the field of air transport and space at the European Commission and 10 years in the Belgian Air Force. Luc Tytgat also has a significant experience when dealing with matters related to the European Commission. Luc Tytgat also initiated the GALILEO programme and established the EU competence in the space policy sector.


TENTATIVE PROGRAMME

Clinical medecine Mental health / PSP-EPPSI
Aeromedical screening
Cardiovascular assessment
Diabetes
Sleep illnesses
Visual assessment
Medications
Neurological and cognitive assessment
Age-limit in pilots
Drug and alcohol testing
Occupational health
Human performance Fatigue management
Stress management
Hypoxia and hypobaric exposure
Accelerations
Neck and back pain
In-flight and simulator training
Travel and air transport medecine Medical evacuation
Safety Aviation accidents
High-performance aircraft ejections
EASA, LAPL and Basic Med experience
Space medicine Medical screening
New technologies
Mission to Mars or to the Moon
AME Training European refreshing course
Case reports discussion
Young aviation medicine researchers