About | Free Trial

Last Update

2013-06-08T00:00:00.000Z

This profile was last updated on . .

Is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Audie Davis?

Dr. Audie Davis W.

Program Manager

HIMS Program Manager

HIMS Program Manager

Company Description

HIMS is an occupational substance abuse treatment program, specific to commercial pilots, that coordinates the identification, treatment and return to the cockpit of impaired aviators. It is an industry-wide effort in which companies, pilot unions, and ... more

Find other employees at this company (2)

Background Information

Employment History

Chief, Medical Qualifications Branch

Federal Aviation Administration

Medical Director

Harvey Watt & Co

Affiliations

Member
Alcoholics Anonymous

Education

M.D. Program Manager

Web References (50 Total References)


HIMS 03 Conference Speakers

www.theballparkneighborhood.com [cached]

Dr. Audie Davis, HIMS program manager opened the program. He is now in his second contract term with HIMS. He formerly headed the FAA agency that for 30 years made the decision on which pilots were "fit" to fly. Although he was always an advocate of "keeping pilots flying as long as it could be done safely," he was, for years, unable to overcome the FAA culture that held to the belief that recovered alcoholic pilots should never return to the cockpit.

...
Dr. Davis, told the assembled crowd of 138 in welcoming them to the seminar. He emphasized, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field. Experience in assisting with identification, intervention and continuing care must come from other trained and experienced members in the system."
By the time the data laden program was over, attendees would clearly understand the role they would play in the triad of cooperation between management, union and FAA that allows the methodology of the HIMS program to succeed (see adjacent sidebar HIMS Program Elements) . Unlike those at some earlier seminars, this audience was more familiar with the declarations that "alcoholism is not self induced;" and that "alcoholism is a disease. Here, they would learn the "Why" of those facts.
In providing a broad national overview of the addiction/alcohol problem, Dr.Davis noted the contrasting statistics between illicit drug use and alcohol use:
...
Dr. Davis says, "As in any other professional occupation, about 7 to 10 percent will develop the disease in their professional life time.
...
But even with all that, Dr. Davis' opening caution remained a constant in this effort to restore pilots to their cockpits, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field.
...
Audie Davis, M.D. Program Manager


Dr. Audie Davis, HIMS ...

www.exposureint-l.com [cached]

Dr. Audie Davis, HIMS program manager opened the program. He is now in his second contract term with HIMS. He formerly headed the FAA agency that for 30 years made the decision on which pilots were "fit" to fly. Although he was always an advocate of "keeping pilots flying as long as it could be done safely," he was, for years, unable to overcome the FAA culture that held to the belief that recovered alcoholic pilots should never return to the cockpit.

...
Dr. Davis, told the assembled crowd of 138 in welcoming them to the seminar. He emphasized, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field. Experience in assisting with identification, intervention and continuing care must come from other trained and experienced members in the system."
By the time the data laden program was over, attendees would clearly understand the role they would play in the triad of cooperation between management, union and FAA that allows the methodology of the HIMS program to succeed (see adjacent sidebar HIMS Program Elements) . Unlike those at some earlier seminars, this audience was more familiar with the declarations that "alcoholism is not self induced;" and that "alcoholism is a disease. Here, they would learn the "Why" of those facts.
In providing a broad national overview of the addiction/alcohol problem, Dr.Davis noted the contrasting statistics between illicit drug use and alcohol use:
...
Dr. Davis says, "As in any other professional occupation, about 7 to 10 percent will develop the disease in their professional life time.
...
But even with all that, Dr. Davis' opening caution remained a constant in this effort to restore pilots to their cockpits, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field.
...
Audie Davis, M.D. Program Manager


Dr. Audie Davis, HIMS ...

www.exposureinternational.com [cached]

Dr. Audie Davis, HIMS program manager opened the program. He is now in his second contract term with HIMS. He formerly headed the FAA agency that for 30 years made the decision on which pilots were "fit" to fly. Although he was always an advocate of "keeping pilots flying as long as it could be done safely," he was, for years, unable to overcome the FAA culture that held to the belief that recovered alcoholic pilots should never return to the cockpit.

...
Dr. Davis, told the assembled crowd of 138 in welcoming them to the seminar. He emphasized, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field. Experience in assisting with identification, intervention and continuing care must come from other trained and experienced members in the system."
By the time the data laden program was over, attendees would clearly understand the role they would play in the triad of cooperation between management, union and FAA that allows the methodology of the HIMS program to succeed (see adjacent sidebar HIMS Program Elements) . Unlike those at some earlier seminars, this audience was more familiar with the declarations that "alcoholism is not self induced;" and that "alcoholism is a disease. Here, they would learn the "Why" of those facts.
In providing a broad national overview of the addiction/alcohol problem, Dr.Davis noted the contrasting statistics between illicit drug use and alcohol use:
...
Dr. Davis says, "As in any other professional occupation, about 7 to 10 percent will develop the disease in their professional life time.
...
But even with all that, Dr. Davis' opening caution remained a constant in this effort to restore pilots to their cockpits, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field.
...
Audie Davis, M.D. Program Manager


HIMS 03 Conference Speakers

www.himsprogram.org [cached]

Dr. Audie Davis, HIMS program manager opened the program. He is now in his second contract term with HIMS. He formerly headed the FAA agency that for 30 years made the decision on which pilots were "fit" to fly. Although he was always an advocate of "keeping pilots flying as long as it could be done safely," he was, for years, unable to overcome the FAA culture that held to the belief that recovered alcoholic pilots should never return to the cockpit.

...
Dr. Davis, told the assembled crowd of 138 in welcoming them to the seminar. He emphasized, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field. Experience in assisting with identification, intervention and continuing care must come from other trained and experienced members in the system."
By the time the data laden program was over, attendees would clearly understand the role they would play in the triad of cooperation between management, union and FAA that allows the methodology of the HIMS program to succeed (see adjacent sidebar HIMS Program Elements) . Unlike those at some earlier seminars, this audience was more familiar with the declarations that "alcoholism is not self induced;" and that "alcoholism is a disease. Here, they would learn the "Why" of those facts.
In providing a broad national overview of the addiction/alcohol problem, Dr.Davis noted the contrasting statistics between illicit drug use and alcohol use:
...
Dr. Davis says, "As in any other professional occupation, about 7 to 10 percent will develop the disease in their professional life time.
...
But even with all that, Dr. Davis' opening caution remained a constant in this effort to restore pilots to their cockpits, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field.
...
Audie Davis, M.D. Program Manager


HIMS 03 Conference Speakers

www.himsprogram.com [cached]

Dr. Audie Davis, HIMS program manager opened the program. He is now in his second contract term with HIMS. He formerly headed the FAA agency that for 30 years made the decision on which pilots were "fit" to fly. Although he was always an advocate of "keeping pilots flying as long as it could be done safely," he was, for years, unable to overcome the FAA culture that held to the belief that recovered alcoholic pilots should never return to the cockpit.

...
Dr. Davis, told the assembled crowd of 138 in welcoming them to the seminar. He emphasized, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field. Experience in assisting with identification, intervention and continuing care must come from other trained and experienced members in the system."
By the time the data laden program was over, attendees would clearly understand the role they would play in the triad of cooperation between management, union and FAA that allows the methodology of the HIMS program to succeed (see adjacent sidebar HIMS Program Elements) . Unlike those at some earlier seminars, this audience was more familiar with the declarations that "alcoholism is not self induced;" and that "alcoholism is a disease. Here, they would learn the "Why" of those facts.
In providing a broad national overview of the addiction/alcohol problem, Dr.Davis noted the contrasting statistics between illicit drug use and alcohol use:
...
Dr. Davis says, "As in any other professional occupation, about 7 to 10 percent will develop the disease in their professional life time.
...
But even with all that, Dr. Davis' opening caution remained a constant in this effort to restore pilots to their cockpits, "... this seminar is only the first step in qualifying you to work in this field.
...
Audie Davis, M.D. Program Manager

Similar Profiles

Other People with this Name

Other people with the name Davis

James Davis
Davis Auto Center Inc

Grant Davis
Teamsters Companies

Bridgett Davis
Crossroads Premiere Healthcare

Barrington Davis
The Australian Psychological Society Ltd

Anja Davis
Powerhouse Science Center

Browse ZoomInfo's Business Contact Directory by City

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory