25 - 26 October, 2017
London, UK

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Pakistan: How a country's MEDEVAC is shaped by its disasters

Now an emerging figure in the global MEDEVAC community, Pakistan has learnt the hard way how to be effective in the evacuation and treatment of casualties. Ahead of the 6th annual MEDEVAC conference (25th-26th October 2017), Major General Salahuddin Qasim, Instructor Armed Forces Postgraduate Institute in Rawalpindi, gave us an exclusive insight into his nation’s MEDEVAC and its development and operational challenges.

2017 MEDEVAC Market Report

Natural disasters, migrant and war casualties and terrorism increase the demand for MEDEVAC missions and trained personnel. In this market report, experts from all around the world gave us their insight on key areas such as priorities for procurement, current challenges of MEDEVAC operations and  key missions of the future.

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Market Insight and Exclusive Interview e-Book

Ahead of the MEDEVAC 2015 event in London this October, Defence IQ has collated a number of interviews and analytical articles to offer an overview of the contemporary challenges and recent developments in the medevac community. Download this e-Book to read insights on “the platinum 10 minutes,” the medical response situation in Nigeria, and more…

The Answer to Aeromedical Response in Nigeria

While the Nigerian government’s resources to deal with the dual crisis of violent conflict and an outbreak of the Ebola virus, one private company has proved itself to be able to revolutionise healthcare access in the country, establishing an air ambulance capability that has airlifted over 500 patients to safety. Read more about Flying Doctors Nigeria Ltd and what current challenges are demanding innovative solutions and feedback...

MEDEVAC: Market Snapshot 2015

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have considerably advanced Battlefield Medicine and Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) methods. Technology, methodology and training continue to evolve, with survival rates on the up and innovative thinking helping the international community to progress and share lessons. Shortfalls still exist, however, and while many countries are purchasing new airborne assets to bring better treatment to conflict zones, more planning and investment is required to deal with emerging challenges, be it high fidelity simulators or unmanned platforms.

Red Cross: Saving the lives of the life-savers

Those who practice medicine in the battlefield routinely and voluntarily put their lives on the line. However, as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is quick to point out, that does not mean those practitioners are exempt from the right, the need, nor the expectation for protection. If anything, those in the field conducting humanitarian aid missions are meant to be some of the most protected of all, working as they do to indiscriminately save the lives of any wounded person or victim of war. While there are laws that govern this protection, a lack of understanding or of concern across many regions torn apart by violent struggle means that protection is far from guaranteed...


MEDEVAC 2015 - News Digest

Read the latest news about: 109th Wing joins local agencies for National Disaster Medical System Exercise, Ospreys demonstrate agility for casualty evacuations, Canberra company launches flying doctor service in West Africa, Chinese Medevac Operator Selects Dassault's Falcon 2000LX, Improving medevac times a must to help Ukrainian soldiers survive

Medevac Outlook for 2026

Based on a survey of medevac and casevac professionals, this infographic gives an indication of what technologies, equipment and resources will shape the market over the next decade.  There are some extremely illuminating facts, download today!

MedEvac Trends: In the spotlight with Paul Florin Brigadier General (Ret)

After gathering the insights from a base of medevac and casevac professionals on the future of the medevac arena, Defence IQ spoke to Paul Florin - Brigadier General (Ret) - Former Chief Medical Officer, UNIFIL / UNSOA / UNAVEM on a range of points raised by the research.

2017 Attendee List

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Royal Danish Air Force Case Study - The benefits and challenges of in-flight medevac operations

The Royal Danish Air Force’s Air Transport Wing is developing a revolutionary new approach to in-flight medical evacuation that could make a lasting impact on the treatment of soldiers and help save lives. Both Dr Claus Lie, Head of the RDAF airevac squadron, and Dr Jean-Michel Ferrieux are leading the development of medevac containers, or modules, that can be loaded into the cargo bay of an aircraft to act as a kind of mobile medical ward.

Giving MEDEVAC units room to breathe

In the British Army, at least one in four soldiers is an army team medic, carrying with them both the equipment to stem excessive bleeding and the advanced skills required to manage a situation on the ground. However, amid serious conditions, it is often up to the Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT) to not only transit the injured to a medical facility but to also provide care in-flight, effectively mobilising the resuscitation ward to the wounded...