The Diving Sciences Symposium offers the most up-to-date information on Dive Safety, Technology, and Medicine. Intended audience: all divers, including: Recreational, Technical, Scientific, Public Safety, Commercial, and Military. Diving Instructors, Assistant Instructors, Divemasters, Diving Safety Officers, and Dive Club members; also: health care providers, including Physicians, EMT’s, DMT’s, Paramedics, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, and Technicians.
Hazardous Marine Life
Dive Safety Planning
Diving Accident Presentations
Scientific Poster Presentations
COURSE OBJECTIVES: Participants will be able to discuss the pros and cons of the latest evidence-based knowledge in the field of diving sciences, including: medicine, forensics, medical research, accident analysis, and diving sciences
POSTER PRESENTATIONS: groundbreaking new research across the broad spectrum of diving sciences. Directed by Nasreen S. Haque, Ph.D.
SPEAKERS DIVING SCIENCES SYMPOSIUM Early Registration is suggested.
David Charash, DO, CWS, FACEP, UHM - Dive Medicine Physician
Michael Parenteau, MD, JD - Naval Undersea Medical Institute, USN
TJ Friedman, DMT - Naval Undersea Medical Institute, USN
The AAUS provides a forum to share information on diving research, methodologies and funding while staying up with the latest standards of practice for training, equipment, diving procedures and managerial and regulatory experience.
The AAUS awards The Kevin Gurr Scholarship and The Kathy Johnston Scholarship to graduate students engaged in, or planning to begin, a research project in which diving is or will be used as a principal research tool or studying diving science.