Should helicopter air ambulance services be paramedic or physician-led, and which is the safest and most practical?
Dr Gert Muurling of GlobalMED tells us of a repatriation that took place over three continents – from India to Canada – with several logistical hurdles to overcome.
When the call for an air ambulance transfer comes in, the most immediate consideration tends to be the patient’s condition. But what if the patient is in Iraq, or Syria, or Afghanistan?
When European Air Ambulance (EAA) scooped ITIJ’s Air Ambulance Provider of the year award at the end of last year, it was a well-earned reward for a company that had a successful and exciting 2016.
AMR gets to know the Italian Air Force’s new CSAR helicopters.
AMR looks at whether cost sharing could boost tilt-rotors potential future in this type of mission
With two brand new H145 helicopters, a new Dutch helicopter ambulance service covering the northern Wadden Island became operational on 16 November.
AMR spoke to Lt Col Bart Holewijn, director of the APROC course held at Lechfeld Air Force Base in Germany.
Graham Chandler reflects on the journey taken by the Royal Canadian Air Force to replace its veteran fixed-wing SAR fleet, and looks at how the new C295Ws will benefit the nation.