DEMA

Skinny but upbeat DEMA Show

After two years of disruption because of the pandemic, DEMA Show was back in gear.  Well, largely. It was still markedly more compact than the pre-pandemic editions but still a large show with far more booths than one can reasonably manage to visit during its four days. Also importantly, the mood appeared to be upbeat, with businesses being eager to ramp up activities as the industry and travel activities are pulling away from the doldrums. 

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DEMA 2022

DEMA Statement on the Current Ukraine Conflict

The action in Ukraine has already resulted in thousands of lives lost and uprooted more than a million people from their homes.

For the protection and safety of all, including the entire diving community in eastern Europe, we hope that this extremely volatile situation, and its threatening and unpredictable consequences, can soon be defused and resolved. As we continue to hope for peace, please be aware that the following organizations are asking for assistance to help alleviate a growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine:

DAN announces their 2013 DEMA Show Talk Schedule

Dr Neal W Pollock, DAN's Research Director stated, "Our lecture series is a wonderful way for us to reach out to divers from all over the globe. We have found that DEMA Show attendees appreciate hearing in-depth lectures that make you think, on the latest in physiology, diving medicine or safety research. Our audiences are very positive and we often get excellent questions that produce ideas for new presentations and initiatives.