The aim of the master's in Aviation Medicine is to provide physicians with comprehensive theoretical and practical instruction in advanced aviation physiology, psychology, pathology, clinical and operational medicine and the knowledge and skills required to conduct research in aviation medicine.
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Professor David Gradwell; Professor Steve Harridge
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
One year FT, September to September, or individual modules FT over two to three years.
Guy's Campus and aviation medicine centres in the UK and possibly overseas.
Training for the full time practice of aviation medicine either with an airline or a regulatory authority, and the conduct of applied research in a government establishment, university, the armed forces or the aviation industry. Qualification for appointment as a JAA Class 1 Aeromedical Examiner.
Year of entry 2013