Our clinical case conference panel is an informal meeting to help pilots and air traffic controllers understand how we make aviation medicine decisions.
About the panel
The panel will give pilots and air traffic controllers a way to meet with:
- senior CASA aviation medicine representatives
- Designated Aviation Medicine Examiners (DAMEs)
- treating medical practitioners.
You can ask us to organise a meeting if:
- you have a complex medical condition(s) that you would like to discuss before we consider your application for a medical certificate
- we denied your application for a medical certificate and you want to understand why
- we have, or are about to, place conditions on your medical certificate that you would like to discuss
- we have suspended or cancelled your medical certificate and you would like more information about why
- you have asked us to reconsider a decision under the aviation medicine rules (Civil Aviation Safety Regulation 67.190).
In some cases, we may approach you about a meeting. We’ll do this in agreement and consultation with your DAME.
How to ask for a meeting
Complete our easy online form to ask us for a meeting.
Appealing a decision
The clinical case conference panel will be an informal place to discuss your personal circumstances. A discussion with the panel can help you understand more about why we have made our decisions.
The panel cannot consider complaints or appeals. Find out how you can make a complaint or objection about a medical decision.