The Air Medical Physician Association is an international organization committed to patient-focused, quality critical care transport medicine by promoting excellence in medical direction, research, education, safety, leadership, and collaboration.

Applications Are Now Being Accepted for the 2017-18 AMPA Research Seed Grant.  Download information and an application here.  Applications due March 26, 2018

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2018 CCTMC Brochure & Schedule

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2018 CCTMC On site registration will be available at the Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk Hotel at 12:00 PM, Monday, April 9, 2018

CCTMC Tournament of Champions: An Invitation to Compete!
2018 marks the second year of the CCTMC Tournament of Champions. If managing pediatric trauma with refractory SVT or taking care of Brugada syndrome at the rodeo sounds like your kind of fun, come join us! This year, five teams will compete in two rounds of simulated patient encounters and other challenges to exhibit their critical care knowledge and skills. Round one will commence after Monday’s opening session and continue for the remainder of the afternoon, and round two will commence after Tuesday’s general session and continue until midafternoon. Winners will be announced prior to Wednesday’s closing session.
Teams will consist of two providers and a substitute who can take the place of one of the providers as needed. All team members must be actively practicing critical care transport providers and must be registered attendees of CCTMC. Team members will have plenty of time to enjoy other conference offerings while they are not competing. E-mail cctmcchampions@gmail.com if your team feels up to the challenge.

2018 CCTMC Call for Abstracts

Principles & Director of Air Medical Transport, 2nd Edition 


AMPA Newsletter Winter 2018

Exhibitor Opportunities



Medical Director Core Curriculum

The Medical Director Core Curriculum is offered as a preconference to the annual Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC). The AMPA Board of Trustees determined at the April 2003 Board meeting that offering a core curriculum process is relevant to the success of physicians managing critical care air and ground medical transport teams. The Core Curriculum is offered in three parts, which do not need to be taken consecutively, and covers topics in Principles and Direction of Air Medical Transport, a publication of AMPA. The sessions will be of interest to physicians just starting as medical directors, as well as those who are experienced. The preconference also offers an opportunity for physicians to network and presents a forum for interactive discussion.

The AMPA Medical Director Core Curriculum recognized and recommended by CAMTS as background training for a Medical Director of a critical care transport program that is applying for accreditation or undergoing reaccreditation.

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