AMSNZ Annual Scientific Meeting 2023

ASM – Saturday 9th September 2023 Our annual scientific meeting and AGM are being held on Saturday 9th September 2023. Our meeting is being held at the Air New Zealand Campus at Auckland Airport. This is a great opportunity to catch up with your Av Med colleagues for CME, share our experience, and some socialising. […]

New Website!

The Website A website is a means to an end: the Committee hopes you will find it useful for engaging with the Society, and the range of opportunities which exist for us. Australasia has pioneered many aspects of aerospace medicine, despite being remote and small numerically. And we hope you will find this a useful […]

March 2023 Newsletter

After COVID Planning meetings, with the spectre of last-minute cancellations due to lockdowns or widespread illness was a challenge. It was good to be able to meet finally face-to-face, in Christchurch last year. The Committee are keen to update you with developments since then. The 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting is planned for Auckland on the […]

1st Pacific Aviation Medicine Conference – Nadi, Fiji

The idea of a conference was birthed in conversations held between some Pacific attendees and CASA, the Australian regulator, at the Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine 2022 meeting in the Hunter Valley. With only a couple of months’ notice, an excellent meeting was organised in Nadi at the Tanoa Hotel conference facilities. Approximately 65 delegates […]

AMSNZ / ASAM / AMSVIC Queenstown 2024

Annual Conference: Thursday 28th March to Monday 1st April 2024 The three Societies are meeting in Queenstown for our annual aerospace medical conference. Be warned: It will be popular! The location is stunning, in the heart of the Southern Alps Direct flights from New Zealand And Australia The conference coincides with the Wanaka Warbirds Airshow […]

We Remember Air Commodore (Rtd) Dr Leonard James Thompson MBE

  Air Commodore Len Thompson, SN 920114, had a long and distinguished career in military Aviation but above all in Aviation Medicine, spanning from 1951 to 1994, becoming the first doctor in the country to make Aviation Medicine a full time career. Len started flying in July 1950 at the Otago Aero Club on an […]