Advanced Practical Aviation Medicine

Overview

The Advanced Practical Aviation Medicine course will give you a rare opportunity to personally experience many of the key areas of aviation physiology.

Participants will be given the opportunity to fly a dedicated spatial disorientation simulator, experience hypoxia and decompression in an altitude chamber, and ride a centrifuge to experience high G.

This is a practically-focused course, which will not only provide an opportunity to refresh key elements of your knowledge of aviation medicine, but will also give you first-hand practical experience of some important aviation medicine principles.

Further information on Aviation Medicine Research at the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine

Registration information

This course has met the minimum number of students required to run, therefore please feel free to book your flights and accommodation once you have registered.

The Swissôtel Stamford is recommended accommodation; however, there are many options to choose from within the area of the course location.

Participants must bring their passport along to each day of the course.

Centrifuge experience

Participants registering for the centrifuge experience must complete a medical, which includes an ECG, prior to course commencement.

Please bring evidence of this to the course.



While the information contained herein was correct at the date of publication, Monash University reserves the right to alter procedures, fees and regulations should the need arise.