In the November 2022 issue of AirMed&Rescue we consider what really makes a difference when it comes to reducing a pilot’s workload via automation in the cockpit.
We also report from the Emergency Services Show’s panel session. Featuring the response to the needs of emergency workers in Ukraine, lessons learnt from the experience, and how this will shape collaborative approaches in the future.
Real ResQ host and United States Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer Jason Quinn talks to Kate McLaughlin, and Oliver Cuenca interviews Polish medical air rescue, Lotnicze Pogotowie Ratunkowe (LPR).
Thomas Withington explores how radio monitoring equipment is helping to save the lives of those in distress crossing the Mediterranean, and we examine the standardization of long-haul transfers of infectious patients. Finally, Paul ‘Foo’ Kennard looks at how the tender process affects employees, particularly the pros, cons, and pressure of government procurement.
Plus, we consider the standardization of infectious disease patient transfer protocols across borders; long-haul transfers of infectious patients often mean wing-to-wing transfers; how are standards enforced and ensured across borders?
And finally, the move to long range jets -Jonathan Falconer looks at how the industry has responded to the demand for long-range jets, and whether this model of operation remains sustainable in the post-pandemic world.