Please join us for a webinar on Antarctic uncertainties with Professor Kimberley Norris on the 9th November.
Professor Kimberley Norris is a psychological scientist and clinical psychologist who works across academic, research and clinical practice settings. Primarily based at the University of Tasmania, her overarching research and academic interests are focused on maximising human health, wellbeing and performance in both normal and extreme environments. Her research interests include adaptation and resilience in both extreme (e.g., forensic contexts, climate distress, Antarctica, space and FIFO) and more normative (e.g., academic, life events) environments. Through her work, Kimberley develops new and innovative ways to provide psychological support for individuals in remote, rural, maritime and extreme environments at an individual, organisational and relationship level.
This session will focus on the impacts of uncertainty on individuals and organisations, and provide understanding and management strategies to navigate the challenges that come with an ever changing research and work landscape.
Please register for the zoom link here.
We hope to see you there!
– APECS Oceania Committee