FAI Medico-physiological Commission (CIMP)
About the FAI Medico-Physiological Commission (CIMP)
The FAI Medico-Physiological Commission (CIMP) has been created to study the medical and physiological factors that influence human performance and behaviour in the air sports environment. CIMP stands for "Commission Internationale Médico-Physiologique".
The FAI Medico-Physiological Commission meets once a year at an Annual Meeting to to attend to specialised reports, make recommendations and approve statements..
Each FAI Member Country may appoint a Delegate with the right to vote at the Plenary Meeting.
Between annual meetings, the FAI Medico-Physiological Commission is run by the Bureau, which consists of the President, 2 Vice Presidents and the Secretary. The Bureau is elected by the Plenary Meeting.
The Bureau is elected during the annual meeting of the FAI Medico-Physiological Commission.
Each FAI Member Country can appoint a Delegate to the FAI Medico-Physiological Commission and participate in the work of the commission. The CIMP delegates are usually physicians who are also sport flyers.
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