ESAM Academy Webinar - Save the Date


The Academy of the European Society of Aerospace Medicine is presenting an online workshop on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation community and on aircrew in particular.

The workshop will be held via Zoom on 15 October 2020 from 17:00-19:30 (5 pm-7.30 pm - Central European Time).


Presentations will cover:

- Consequences of COVID-19 for the aviation industry.
- Medical considerations on the long term effects on health and fitness of pilots and cabin crew who were affected by COVID-19. Presentations will provide guidance for AMEs.
- Mental health impact of COVID-19 on aviation personnel who were affected by COVID-19 and all those who have been confronted with lock down, loss of jobs, reduced terms and conditions, and the prospect of employment insecurity in an uncertain and volatile future.

Chair: Dr. Declan Maher (President-Elect ESAM; Medical Assessor IAA).
Speakers: Dr. Ansa Jordaan (Chief Aviation Medicine ICAO), Dr. Francisco Rios Tejada, (Medical Assessor AESA; Chair of EAMAC), Prof. Dr. Olivier Manen (Percy Military Hospital Aeromedical Centre, France), and Dr. Ries Simons (ESAM Adviso y Board; EPPSI Board).

An application for accreditation of AMEs is submitted.
Detailed information will be published soon.

Important Notice - Webinar of 15 October 2020

To apply for a Certificate of Attendance for the ESAM Academy’s online webinar which was held 15 October 2020, participants were asked to answer a question and submit their answer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Although e-mails of 150 participants have been received in good order, we are aware that unfortunately many other e-mails may have been bounced by the system.

We would like to apologise for this inconvenience and offer everyone wishing to apply for a Certificate of Attendance to complete the below form.

When we have received your completed form, we will send you a Certificate of Attendance which you can submit to the medical assessor of your national aviation authority, who will accredit the hours/points.

Question for those who apply for AME Credit Points:
Is an exercise test with maximal oxygen uptake useful to assess aircrew after their recovery from a moderate or severe infection of Covid-19?
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