CAPCOM News – January 12, 2021

UPCOMING EVENTS

Space Specialists Space Mates Online – Space Sector Networking
Weekly event – next on Tuesday 12 January 2021

Space wants to kill us and the medications we take” webinar

Australian final-year medical student Vienna Tran is teaming up with the Liverpool Aviation and Space Medicine Society to present a webinar on “Space wants to kill us and the medications we take” on Sunday 24 Jan 2021 at 22:00 AEDT (GMT+11):

The ISU Adelaide Conference 2021 (online – tickets $20 to $100)
Friday 5 February – Saturday 6 February 2020
Theme: International Collaboration in Asia-Pacific Space Activities
Two free sessions are available at the conclusion of the formal program.

Website: https://www.adelaide.isunet.edu/program
Call for Speakers: https://www.adelaide.isunet.edu/callfortalks (closes on 25 January 2020).

Space Medicine and its Benefits for Health on Earth (online – tickets £5 to £7.50)
An interactive virtual student Aerospace Medicine conference from the University of Aberdeen Aviation and Space Medicine Society.
Saturday 6 February – Sunday 7 February 2021.

Website: https://spacemedabdn.wordpress.com/conference/
Call for speakers: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdJtBpeJ5zFkynhhej4KqE-gKdZcuczV76O_nXxPOFucp1yWw/viewform (this has been extended to 22 January 2021).

PUBLICATIONS

SGAC Space Medicine and Life Sciences Division Newsletter – January 2020
Read about news, events, the webinar archive, and more!
https://mailchi.mp/spacegeneration/sgac_smls-january-2021-newsletter-04012021

The SGAC – Space Medicine and Life Sciences Journal Club is being revived. Read more in the newsletter, or  if you want to find out more about how you can listen to your contemporaries discuss ongoing research or if you want to present a paper yourself as part of our International Journal Club (#SMLS_JC), then follow @SGAC_SMLS for more details. If you already have a paper you wish to present and want to submit it for the first meeting please complete the submission form below – or email Alfred Hill for further information.

Journal Club Submission Formhttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc4VXRBcCN8OEwIx9Z6oa2Gr1ciYy_hrU6HrJeUW5p7agvCfg/viewform.

IAF Young Professionals Newsletter – December 2020
Great reading material – an eclectic and interesting assemblage of articles!
https://www.iafastro.org/assets/files/publications/wd-ypp/december-2020-yp-newsletter-vol-2-issue-3.pdf

Events from the most recent AsMA newsletter:
MEETINGS CALENDAR 
Due to the coronavirus, please check the websites of meetings listed here to see if they have been postponed/cancelled. 

Fortnightly; International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Global Networking Forum Space Conversations Series; ONLINE, 14:00 Paris time. Please visit https://www.iafastro.org/events/iaf-gnf-space-conversations-series/ for more information. 

HFACS Workshops; ONLINE. Workshops on the The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) are now available online as well as in-person. For more info, please visit https://www.enrole.com/erau/jsp/course. jsp?categoryId=&courseId=HFAC for in-person and https://www.enrole.com/erau/jsp/course.jsp?categoryId= 558570F8&courseId=OHFA for online. 

Jan. 23-24, 2021; COVID-19: The Saga Continues – Successful Strategies for Keeping Safe at Work; VIRTUAL symposium. The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) presents its third virtual symposium in a series of COVID-19 related symposia. For more info, please visit https://connect.acoem.org/s/lt- event?id=a1U3m00000MbB8LEAV

March 22-26, 2021; NATO Aerospace Medicine Summit; Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany. Full details and registration are available at https://events.sto.nato.int/ index.php/upcoming-events/event-list/event/330

May 2-5, 2021; 105th American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC 2021); ONLINE. The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine’s (ACOEM’s) annual meeting. For more information, please visit https://acoem.org/Learning/American-Occupational- Health-Conference-(AOHC)

Published by the ad astra vita project

The "ad astra vita" project aims to develop a collaborative compendium of Australians (and international colleagues) active and/or interested in the space life sciences, provide information and resources relevant to space and medicine in austere and extreme environments, and to provide a consultancy outlet for Australians keen to get more involved in space life sciences activities and projects.

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