The Australasian College of Aerospace Medicine will offer positions for Fellows, Associate Fellows, and Trainees.
Fellows are medical practitioners who have met the requirements of the College for Fellowship, are recognised as specialists in aerospace medicine, and who meet the ongoing requirements of Continuing Professional Development.
Associate Fellows are medical practitioners with expertise in a clinical discipline, typically at the level of Fellowship, and who regularly provide expert advice in support of the medical management and aeromedical disposition of aircrew, or in the field of aeromedical retrieval. Associate Fellows have developed a working knowledge of the practice of aerospace medicine within the narrow scope of their primary clinical discipline, and support specialists in aerospace medicine from the perspective of their primary specialty.
Trainees are medical practitioners who are enrolled in the College training programme, and who aspire to Fellowship of the College and recognition as a specialist in aerospace medicine. Trainees must be enrolled in (or have completed) post-graduate study in aerospace medicine at the level of a Diploma or Master’s degree from an approved institution.
Applications. Applications for Foundation Fellowship (‘grandfathering’) are now CLOSED. However, prospective applicants who believe they have the experience and post-graduate training in aerospace medicine at the level of Fellowship or Associate Fellowship, and who want to be credentialed as specialists in aerospace medicine should are invited to submit an application form (below). Applications will be evaluated by a Credentialing Committee to be established soon.
For more information, please contact fellowship [at] aerospacemedicine.org.au to discuss.