Sunday 11th March, 2018
The 11th International Congress on Clinical Psychology will be held from 25-28 October 2018 in Granada, Spain. Deadline for Abstract Submission is June,...
Saturday 3rd February, 2018
The presentation of mental illness at work has different implications and consequences depending on the specific nature of the job, work context, regulatory...
EAAP regrets to inform members and others that our esteemed colleague Dr Rob Lee is currently facing some serious health issues and so will be unable to participate in delivery of the EAAP-recognised Human Factors in Flight Safety training courses...view details
DLR will be hosting another edition of their Psychological Selection Course for Operational Staff in Aviation in Hamburg.
For further information please view the detailed information brochure or contact DLR via email:
The next EAAP Conference dedicated to "Connecting People, Organisations and Technology in Aviation" will be held at Hotel Dubrovnik Palace in Croatia.view details website
Since autumn 2014 Coventry University is offering a Master Program in Aviation Human Factors. For informal discussions about this course, please contact the course director Dr Rebecca Grant:view details website
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The EAAP Award 2016 for outstanding contribution to Aviation Psychology was received by Dr Gerhard Fahnenbruck during the 32nd EAAP Conference in Cascais, Portugal.
The world's first flying car, the PAL-V Liberty has left the computer design phase and has been brought to life!
Certification is underway and electric versions are possible.
All details on: www.pal-v.com/
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