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The Future of Malaysian Aeromedical Retrieval Services

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Hilton Kuala Lumpur (TBC)

3 Jalan Stesen Sentral 5

Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur 50470

Malaysia

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A two day symposium focused on aeromedical services and systems. Presented by the University of Malaya Medical Centre, Operational Health and Risk and Emergency and featuring a range of domestic and international experts.

The symposium explores;

  • Re-examining aeromedical deployment best practice strategies

  • Developing systems to ensure readiness for response and destination requirements

  • Establishing effective airport aeromedical operations and services

  • Identifying, recognising and addressing various forms of medical oversight on aeromedical evacuations

  • Leveraging non-medical transport resources

  • Establishing effective, result driven and safety-centric performance management plans

  • Establishing minimum training standards

  • Exploring methods of leveraging aviation support to Industry and

  • Aligning strategies to enhance medical tourism with aeromedical transport

  • plus a range of other topics of specific interest to emergency and non-emergency aeromedical transport operators.

Benefits from attending (Value Proposition of the Summit)

  • Recent trends and best practice principals of contemporary aeromedical services

  • Domestic and international business development opportunities that may be able to be leveraged by your organisation.

  • How training systems and services supports continued professionalization of the industry.

  • Evolving technology that provides end- to- end services for your organisation

  • The role of the aeromedical community in supporting inter-organisational resilience and readiness and response.

  • The future services planned to be available at airports for aeromedical services

Engagement Approach and Methods

  • Case study presentations that demonstrate contemporary and evolving approaches to aeromedical evacuation and retrieval services from people who work in the industry

  • Live informative group instruction, case studies, examples, group work, open discussions

  • Concepts and methodologies are explained using practical, relatable examples and industry best practices derived from years of real hands on experience, applied principles and educated opinion.

  • Participants are encouraged to engage, participate and ask questions.

  • All participants receive a comprehensive binder containing copies of the presentation slides, handouts and other course materials

Topics will include

• The state of aeromedical services in Malaysia. What is next?
• Is aeromedical transport the domain of medicine or aviation?
• Emerging airport services that support aeromedical evacuation and retrieval
• Leveraging domestic resources to facilitate emergency aeromedical transport
• An emergency medical retrieval model for Malaysia
• The future of medical transport aboard commercial airlines
• Can private and government aeromedical retrieval services operate concurrently?
• A digital solution linking medical tourism and Tripadvisor
• Aeromedical Transport: A view from down south
• A model to facilitate increased medical tourism through aeromedical retrieval and transport services
• Panel Discussion: Minimum skill set for healthcare aviation
• Who is responsibility for training- the business or the University?
• Developing a core curriculum: An opportunity for the future
• Improving access to industry: How does oil/gas industry interact with aeromedical services in an emergency?
• HSEs- Do enhancing their skills lead to better patient outcomes?
• Concurrent Workshop: Designing emergency aeromedical services for Malaysia
• Concurrent Workshop: A collaborative approach to aeromedical medical tourism
• Concurrent Workshop: Supporting an engaged aeromedical community.
• Concurrent Workshop: CFO/ Business Managers: Help the patient while managing expenditure .

Invited Speakers

  • Prof Dr Rashidi bin Ahmad, Professor; Emergency Medicine, University of Malaya, Specialist Physcian: Emergency Department, Univefsity of Malaya Medical Centre.

  • Dr. B Jagdev Singh, Chief Medical Advisor, Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia

  • Commander Ridzuan Hasan, Principal Assistant Director, Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia, (Bomba Airwing)

  • Dr. Manjit Singh A/L Seva, Malaysia Aviation Academy

  • Dr Sherene Azli, CEO, Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council

  • Dr Sarah Abdul Karim, Hospital Sungai Buloh Emergency Physician

  • Mr Chevy Beh, BookDoc

  • Dr Subramanian (Dr Subra), Columbia Asia

  • Mr Dean Hawkins, Fire Executive and Aviation Safety Specialist, Australia

  • Mr Craig Hooper, Emergency Medical Specialist, Operational Management Consultant

  • Mr Azli Latif, MCHSM, Aeromedical Paramedic.







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Hilton Kuala Lumpur (TBC)

3 Jalan Stesen Sentral 5

Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur 50470

Malaysia

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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