Inaugural Aerospace Medicine Rounds-“Mercury, Gemini & Apollo Missions: First Hand Experiences”

The Canadian Society for Aerospace Medicine (CSAM) would like to invite interested TAC members to join in the Inaugural Aerospace Medicine Rounds live via Zoom when Dr Bill Carpentier, Canadian Retired NASA Flight Surgeon assigned to several Gemini, & Apollo missions, including Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 will give a presentation.

Date: Tuesday February 1, 2022

Time: 1200 EST

Topic: “Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo Missions: First-hand Experiences”

Presenter:  Dr Bill Carpentier MD (UBC) MSc (Aerospace Med, OSU), DSc Hon (UBC ’97)

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand key lessons from the Mercury, Gemini & Apollo missions
2. Have awareness of challenges encountered for a flight surgeon in those areas
3. Integrate and apply those lessons to current situations

The ‘Aerospace Medicine Rounds’ is a self-approved group learning activity
(Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
To be eligible for Section 1 MOC credits, participation in the event must be
formally recorded. For tracking purposes, participants attending must ensure
the login name includes first and last name

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Feb 01 2022


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