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This site is meant to be a guide for the residency programs around the world. The terms and conditions for each program are given by each institution. AMSRO members are required to go through the usual selection process for residencies.
Residents in Aerospace Medicine are provided with diverse routine training opportunities rich in operational aeromedical problems and encounter aerospace operations and human life support systems that are under active study and development.
The UCLA Space Medicine Fellowship, established in 2021, is a two-year fellowship open to graduates of ACGME accredited Emergency Medicine residency programs. The program is designed to develop the next generation of flight surgeons who will advance the understanding of human physiology in space and directly support the medical endeavors of human space travel and planetary expeditions. The fellowship will include rotations at SpaceX, a specialized engineering curriculum with Caltech/JPL, biomechanical, surgical, and dental training with UCLA, austere medical training in Arctic environments, Mars analog missions, and research with NASA, alongside other opportunities with partnering agencies in the aerospace industry.
The UTHealth Houston Department of Emergency Medicine offers a first-of-its-kind two-year fellowship in Space Medicine. The fellowship includes bi-weekly didactics as well as hands-on training in both astronaut medical care and protocol development for future long-duration space flight. Fellows will be console certified to work at mission control and also undergo training in aerospace engineering.
The intent of the Mayo Clinic Aerospace Medicine Fellowship is to provide the means for experienced clinicians with an established aerospace proficiency to focus and to refine their abilities in aerospace medicine and to become leaders in both the clinical and research domains, advancing aeromedical science, and aerospace safety.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, in partnership with Banner Health and SpaceX, is the site of the one year Aerospace Medicine and Surgery (APEX) Fellowship. Centered in Phoenix, AZ, and administered with collaborating surgeons and physicians nationally, the APEX Fellowship will prepare physicians to work in the commercial aerospace medical field and provide austere surgical and critical care support. This is a unique opportunity and represents the first fellowship training program in the U.S. that goes beyond primary care medical oversight of astronauts, teaching aerospace surgery and procedural skills for aerospace missions.
The two-year program for Emergency Medicine residency graduates is designed to train experts in clinical care, risk management, medical system design, research, and operational considerations supporting human activities in space.
The combined program offers a flexible clinical training schedule in desired EM pathways such as academia, medical subspecialty fellowship, and community practice. Residents from our combined program are trained to provide medical support to populations exposed to aerospace and extreme environments.
The U.S. Naval Residency in Aerospace Medicine prepares medical officers for board certification and a rewarding medical career. The practice ofAerospace Medicine focuses on preventive medicine: the study of disease processes in defined communities or population groups and the stimulation ofpractices with respect to these communities that advance health and prevent disease and injury.
USAFSAM promotes readiness and protects force and community health by utilizing a range of tools and expertise including environmental and health surveillance, laboratory and risk analysis, process re-engineering, consultation and technological innovation to maximize operational health capabilities and to solve problems through ingenuity and partnerships.
The Army Residency in Aerospace Medicine has been designed from the ground up to produce Aerospace Medicine specialists to support the Army Aviation mission. Army RAMs are skilled clinicians, scientists, and teachers; as well as multi-dimensional staff officers and medical leaders. Graduates of our 3-year program are eligible for dual APMB certification in both Aerospace and Occupational Medicine. Other unique features include rotary-wing emphasis, a focus on MEDEVAC/pre-hospital care, and professional leader development.
O curso de Medicina Aeroespacial visa especializar médicos para trabalhar no treinamento de pessoal de vôo; trabalhar como perito nas inspeções de saúde; no tratamento das principais doenças produzidas pela atividade aérea; familiarizar médicos com doenças próprias dos viajantes; tratar as doenças pré-existentes nos passageiros dos vôos; orientar o melhor modo do transporte aeromédico; aprender como investigar o acidente aeronáutico; conhecer as principais atividades do aeroporto.
Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Bogotá, Colombia
La medicina aeroespacial es una especialidad de la medicina con componentes de medicina de emergencia, preventiva y en especial ocupacional; que estudia los efectos del medio aeronáutico y espacial en el ser humano, sus adaptaciones y repercusiones sobre el organismo sano o enfermo y el uso de fármacos en una persona sometida a tales condiciones.
Faculty of Medicine,
University of Indonesia
FKUI aspires to produce specialist-1 doctor that has academic competency of clinical medicine magister that according to the advancement of knowledge and technology as well as ability to extend second professional degree medical service.
Second professional degree education is directed so that the graduates will posses:
Ability to give service that is specialist in the profession.
Ability to develop knowledge, technology, culture and art which is specialist in the profession.
Ability to solve problem in the profession through research and service.
Ability to do analysis to many developments in the profession.
Currently, the Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia has 31 (thirty one) Sp-1 study programs in various fields including aerospace medicine
Ondokuz Mayıs Üniversitesi (Turkey)
The aerospace and aviation medicine residency program at 19 May University is a 3 year program. More information can be learned by visiting the provided link below.
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