With the continuous growth of the cruise industry, questions from the field of maritime medicine are becoming increasingly important. It is no longer just a question of how acute medical problems can be solved at sea. The ageing of Western societies, digitalisation and increasing diversification within the cruise industry are becoming relevant. Which questions are asked and how they are answered is mostly based on assumptions and economic interests and all too rarely on the actual wishes and needs of the guests.
Finally we hold it in our hands: The newly published „Medizinisches Handbuch See“ (Medical Handbook Sea). On behalf of and in close cooperation with the Maritime Medical Service of the German Flag, we were involved [...]
Today's applications for specialized nurses are broad. Everybody thinking about a change in their professional environment is familiar with several disciplines in- and outside of hospitals. Some might also think about cross-border careers, considering going [...]
In March we launched the new course „Nurse at Sea“. The goal out of this is to get Nurses best prepared to work at Sea, mainly on Cruiseships. As we experienced - preparation is the [...]