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How the Royal Danish Air Force is enhancing clinical care in the air

In this exclusive interview with Dr René Bleeg, Head Consultant, Aeromedical Evacuation SQN 690, Royal Danish Air Force and speaker at this year’s Deployed Medical and Healthcare Delivery, learn more about their plans to integrate the Army Surgical team into the existing MEDEVAC Intensive ...

Confronting disaster and containing disease: A perspective from Denmark's expeditionary medical force

A humanitarian disaster presents unique challenges to the deployed medical care teams, notably when it comes to diseases, as the lack of local infrastructure and poor local hygiene compromise their containment.In this exclusive interview with Colonel Henrik Staunstrup, Surgeon Comm ...

Improving the delivery of deployed care by enhancing military-commercial partnerships: The role of the NSPA

The availability of equipment and material has a huge impact on the effectiveness of the delivery of deployed medical care, and it is all coming down to a robust procurement process. As the commercial sector is gradually viewed as the key to providing tailored solutions, a few questions re ...

Deployed medical care: Market overview

Ahead of Medical Support Operations 2018, Defence IQ sought to understand what challenges in terms of security, procurement and cross-sector partnerships the deployed medical care market experiences. In this exclusive infographic, learn what more than 300 experts ...

Commander of the U.S. Air Force Medical Support Agency Provides Operational Insight and Reveals Future Investment Opportunities

Brigadier General James McClain is Commander of the U.S. Air Force Medical Support Agency (AFMSA), which is responsible for overseeing the execution of the Air Force Surgeon General’s policies and programmes. AFMSA provides leadership for the entire medical service supporting the activities of mo ...

[E-Book] The Four Most Important Things We Learned From The Medical Support Ops World In 2017

IN THE SECOND DECADE OF THE 21ST CENTURY, THE NATURE OF MEDICAL SUPPORT OPERATIONS IS A VERY DIFFERENT PROSPECT TO THAT OF THE 20TH CENTURY. From the prevalence of asymmetrical warfare to the threats of pandemic contagion in the developing world, the way in which militaries and civili ...