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Dr Nathan Smith to speak at 5th Military Psychology Conference; Defence and Security

23 Aug 2016

Dr Nathan Smith, Lecturer in Sport Psychology at the University and member of the Centre for Physical Activity and Chronic Disease, will be presenting at the 5th Military Psychology Conference; Fragile States and Global Instability: Responding to the Consequences; Stabilisation and Peacekeeping.

Nathan is presenting an overview of several studies on transition-reintegration at the upcoming BPS Military Psychology conference in November.  His presentation is entitled “The transition-reintegration of personnel working in fragile states: Lessons from extreme environments

Nathan’s research focuses on human performance and health in extreme environmental conditions. He is particularly interested in psychological processes related to selection and preparation, in-deployment support, and post-return adjustment. Over the past few years, Nathan has conducted research with polar, desert and mountaineering expedition groups, Antarctic research scientists, and military personnel.

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