Note: CPD events will generally be credited 1 point per hour of educational activity. Workshops may be eligible for additional points. ASAM and AMSNZ annual scientific meetings attract 2 points per hour. Presenters may be eligible for additional points for preparing and delivering a scientific paper. Please retain the conference program and proof of attendance to claim points.
Course/Event CPD pre-accreditation
Please submit your program to ACAsM secretariat [at] aerospacemedicine.org.au (secretariat [at] aerospacemedicine.org.au) for CPD pre-accreditation and point allocation. This will allow you to advertise your educational activity with the information provided.
ASAM Annual Conference and AMSNZ Annual Conference
2 CPD points per academic program hour in CPD Category 2.
National (regional) and international events
1 CPD point per academic program hour in CPD Category 2
ASAM publishes a list at www.asam.org.au/event/asam-annual-conference-2018
ASAM has a designated page for international events (www.asam.org.au/news/upcoming-international-conferences) – this includes a link to the AsMA conference in May 2018, the European Congress of Aerospace Medicine in September 2018 and the London Aviation Health conference in September 2018.
ESAM (European Society of Aerospace Medicine) events are published directly on www.esam.aero/events. This includes the European Congress of Aerospace Medicine. International Aerospace Medicine Events are to be found via www.esam.aero/events/category/3-international-aerospace-medicine-events
Aviation Medical and Aeromedical Courses
The information provided here does not represent an endorsement. All courses will have to be assessed individually. Course providers can request information to be listed via secretariat [at] asam.org.au (secretariat [at] aerospacemedicine.org.au)
CPD – point pre-accreditation is available on provision of course details.
Monash University runs several short courses for which information can be found on www.monash.edu/medicine/sphpm/depts-centres-units/avmed
ASAM runs the Humans In Space course. Information for this event is available through the ASAM website (www.asam.org.au) and via email request secretariat [at] asam.org.au (secretariat [at] asam.org.au)