Conversation 3: The Importance of Navigation – Decision making in Surgery and Aviation

Help bring your understanding of ENT technology to new heights with this fascinating discussion with Clinical Associate Professor, Dr. Raewyn Campbell, an Australian Rhinologist and Skull Base Surgeon and Jim Schofield, an Experimental Test Pilot and aerospace professional from the United Kingdom as they examine the importance of navigation and decision making in surgery and aviation. Get ready for takeoff with this thought-provoking discussion

Associate Professor Campbell is a Rhinologist and Skull Base surgeon based in Australia. Dr. Campbell completed three international fellowships in Rhinology and Skull Base surgery in Auckland, New Zealand and Philadelphia and Columbus in the United States.

Jim Schofield currently serves as the test pilot of the Vertical Aerospace VX4 Electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle based in the United Kingdom. 

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Early experience with navigation

Chapter 3: Navigation and training

Chapter 4: Navigation and the mission

Chapter 5: Value of navigation

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