HCRI lecturer to speak at Behavioural and Social Science Research in Extreme and Adventurous Settings conference
Amy Hughes, Clinical Academic Lecturer in Emergency Response at HCRI, is due to speak at the Behavioural and Social Science Research in Extreme and Adventurous Settings Conference in Manchester this week.
The one-day conference has been organised by The University of Manchester (UoM) and Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) and is due to take place on Friday 15 February.
During the event, research on factors that can influence safety, performance, and health and wellbeing in challenging and demanding contexts will be discussed.
The content will be relevant in a range of extreme activities, including climbing, mountaineering, caving, long-distance sailing, fieldwork, space exploration, and adventure sports.
For further information on the conference or to register, please visit the Eventbrite page.