The Aerospace Medical Association has published more comprehensive guide for responding providers  and would be beneficial to any medical provider with plans for travel.
 Aerospace Medical Association, Aviation Safety Committee, and Civil Aviation Subcommittee, "Cabin cruising altitudes for regular transport aircraft," Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol.
The Aerospace Medical Association
and the British Thoracic Society (BTS) have published comprehensive guidelines for the evaluation and management of patients undertaking flights.
Meanwhile, the director of the Aerospace Medical Association
has stated that infection through the aforementioned items was highly unlikely and UNITE has apparently admitted to not having identified any passengers who have been made ill by unclean headsets or linen.
Repperger won numerous honors and awards, among them the Best Paper Award from the IEEE Control Systems Society (1980), the Armstrong Laboratory Scientist of the Year Award (1981), the IEEE Dayton Fritz Russ Award in Biomedical Engineering (1990), the Dayton Affiliates Council Societies Award for Research Scientist of the Year (1991), the Dayton area Federal Employee of the Year Award (1993), the Life Sciences and Biomedical Engineering R & D Innovation Award of the Aerospace Medical Association
(1998), the IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000), the John Stapp Award of the Aerospace Medical Association
(2003), and the Human Effectiveness Directorate Mentor of the Year (2008) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Organizations that have booked convention space in Anchorage through 2011 include the Western Association of Students Financial Aid (April 25 to April 28, 2009), with 500 delegates and an estimated economic impact (EEI) of $723,305; the Western States Communication Association (March 5 to March 10, 2010), with 600 delegates and an EEI of $693,523; the IEEE International Conference on Robotics (May 4 to May 7, 2010), with 1,100 delegates and an EEI of $1.3 million; and the Aerospace Medical Association
(May 7 to May 13, 2011), with 1,600 delegates and an EEI of more than $1.3 million.
Ground hasn't been broken on Anchorage's new, expanded convention facilities yet it already has its first booking--the Aerospace Medical Association
has booked its 2011 annual convention there.