23 - 25 October, 2018
Hilton London Olympia , London, United Kingdom

Agenda Day 1

9:00 am - 9:10 am IQPC WELCOME REMARKS

IQPC WELCOME REMARKS
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Surgeon Commodore Stuart Millar,

Head Medical Operational Capability,
Ministry of Defence

9:30 am - 10:10 am HOST NATION ADDRESS: ROYAL AIR FORCE MEDEVAC CAPABILITIES DEVELOPMENTS

Air Commodore Clare Walton - Air 38 Group,, Royal Air Force
·         Overcoming the challenges of expeditionary operations
·         Examining the capabilities of new air platforms and how they enhance aeromedical evacuation
·         Developing the role of synthetics and simulation training in aviation medicine
·         Exploring the opportunities of new technology
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Air Commodore Clare Walton

Air 38 Group,
Royal Air Force

10:10 am - 10:50 am DEVELOPING NIGERIAN MEDEVAC CAPABILITES AND WORLD LEADING MILITARY MEDICAL EXPERTISE

Rear Admiral Lawan Modu Adams - Surgeon General, Nigerian Armed Forces
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Rear Admiral Lawan Modu Adams

Surgeon General
Nigerian Armed Forces

11:30 am - 11:50 am GULFSTREAM MULTI-MISSION MEDEVAC (THE PLATFORM MATTERS)

Richard Nevitt - Director Govt. Business Development, Gulfstream Aerospace
·         Proven, global capability providing aeromedical evacuation aircraft to governments, militaries, and private operations around the world based on the industry-leading Gulfstream G550 and G650ER aircraft
·         Cabin altitudes less than half that of an airliner platform; noise levels and lighting appropriate for critical care; complete cabin air refresh every two minutes
·         Ranges and speeds exceeding every other similar platform; the G650ER has a certified range of 7,500 nn and a maximum speed of Mach 0.925
·         Re-configurability adds operational flexibility and at substantially lower operating costs. In addition, minimal maintenance support due to ‘bizjet’ design avoids burdensome and costly logistic requirements
·         Fully self-contained patient loading system permitting the safe loading of a non-ambulatory, prone patient with a total payload up to 500 lbs
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Richard Nevitt

Director Govt. Business Development
Gulfstream Aerospace

11:50 am - 12:30 pm RESERVED FOR THE CHINESE RED CROSS

1:40 pm - 2:20 pm THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UK MEDICAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAMS (MERT)

Group Captain C A Staniforth - Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Medical Operational Capability, Royal Air Force
·        Maximising response time
·        Delivering critical care whilst minimising risk to the administrator
·        What has been learnt from past deployments?
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Group Captain C A Staniforth

Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Medical Operational Capability
Royal Air Force

·         Reviewing surgical care practices during long transport operations
·         Exploring pressurised compartments for contamination transport in isolation
·         The uses of the USAF’s vast fleet for varying MEDEVAC missions
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Colonel Cyril Carfantan

Praticien certifié Médecine Aéronautique Médecin responsable de l’Echelon Santé Spécialisé Milieu Aérien
Ministère de la Défense

3:00 pm - 3:40 pm MEDEVAC TO THE CROATIAN MAINLAND: DEALING WITH PEAK REQUIREMENTS IN THE SUMMER MONTHS

Colonel Mario Gjuric - Senior Staff Medical Officer and Deputy Surgeon General, Croatian Armed Forces
·        How does the Croatian Armed Forces manage the peak summer requirements
·        The capabilities of the MI-171 and how they cope with Croatian requirements
·        The constant need to improve and replenish medical supplies, what is needed? 
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Colonel Mario Gjuric

Senior Staff Medical Officer and Deputy Surgeon General
Croatian Armed Forces

4:00 pm - 4:40 pm BRAZILIAN MEDVAC NEW CAPABILITIES IN JOINT AND COMBINED OPERATIONS

Captain Pedro Sá - Logistics Coordinator, Brazilian MOD
·        The use and integration of the  helicopter carrier "Ocean"
·        Future utilization of the Embraer KC-390 as a MEDEVAC platform
·        CBRN MEDVAC developed by Brazilian Air Force during the preparation for the Rio Olympic Games
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Captain Pedro Sá

Logistics Coordinator
Brazilian MOD

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Lieutenant General Martin Bricknell

Surgeon General
UK Ministry of Defence