HFESNZ Events https://ergonomics.org.nz/events/ HFESNZ Professional Membership Assessment Meeting https://ergonomics.org.nz/events/hfesnz-professional-membership-assessment-meeting/?date=2019-02-28 Wed, 25 Jul 2018 15:39:51 +1200 https://ergonomics.org.nz/events/hfesnz-professional-membership-assessment-meeting/?date=2019-02-28 2019 Ergonomics & Human Factors Conference https://ergonomics.org.nz/events/2019-ergonomics-and-human-factors-conference/?date=2019-04-29 <p>http://events.ergonomics.org.uk/event/ehf2019/</p><p> </p><p>The summer holidays are fast approaching so it’s time for us to call for submissions for our 2019 <strong>Ergonomics &amp; Human Factors conference</strong> taking place next Spring in the heart of historic <strong>Stratford-upon-Avon</strong>, from <strong>Monday 29 April to Wednesday 1 May</strong>.<br><br>For the first time we will lead the conference with a day of learning and development opportunities through CIEHF-organised CPD training workshops. On the same day, we’re looking for bright new talent by encouraging students to present their ongoing research at a special Doctoral Consortium, giving them the chance to shine in front of their peers and to learn from each other. <br><br>This will be followed by two days of conference keynotes and a parallel programme of presentations and posters about research, developments and applications from leading professionals working across all sectors. It’s a unique forum for learning and exchange of ideas and information enabling expansion of the discipline on an international stage.<br><br>Next year is also the CIEHF’s 70th anniversary of its formation as the Ergonomics Research Society in 1949. We’re celebrating that achievement with a great line up of social activities in the evenings, giving you a chance to relax in a truly lovely riverside setting.<br><br><strong>Make a submission</strong><br>We’re looking for submissions for the conference days on 30 April and 1 May. This is a great opportunity for you to:</p><ul> <li>Publicise an important and impactful piece of human factors research.</li> <li>Share your experiences through an interesting case study.</li> <li>Make a poster presentation of your work.</li> <li>Get your first taste of presenting in front of a professional audience.</li> <li>Run a workshop to teach delegates about a useful ergonomics tool or method.</li> <li>Lead a discussion about a challenge or issue facing the discipline.</li> </ul><p><strong>Programme topics</strong><br>The 2019 programme will be organised around topics which include:</p><ul> <li>Design</li> <li>Healthcare</li> <li>Occupational health</li> <li>Rail</li> <li>Aviation</li> <li>Technology</li> <li>Green/eco ergonomics</li> <li>Autonomy</li> <li>Cyber security</li> <li>Behaviour change</li> <li>Cognition</li> <li>Safety culture</li> </ul><p>Highlighting the 70th anniversary, we’re also interested in submissions with a historical perspective, for example, ergonomics across the years, how the roles have changed over time, historical milestones, etc.<br><br><strong>Submission details</strong><br>For presentations and posters, you will need to submit a full paper from 2 to 8 pages in length. For workshops and discussions, you will need to submit a structured description of your proposal. For all details, including the downloadable templates which must be used for all submission types, please see the event website.<br><br><strong>Key dates</strong><br>Deadline for all submissions: <strong>1 November 2018</strong><br>Authors notified: 10 December 2018<br>Final papers to be submitted: 11 January 2019<br><br><strong>Booking options</strong><br>We have a number of packages and other booking options to cater for your available time and budget. For details and prices please see the event website.<br><br>Go to the event website at <strong><a href="http://links.imismailcenter.com/wf/click?upn=B7Q2hWeJdF-2F8kDwPjpyidRqID-2FQTcHdtYpdvRK4Mysaztc-2BAwm1tfLIeOQSrg0Zg1MPqJT-2BhVvYJ0k5i5ApuNg-3D-3D_Sc5xO9fTmusIafI0gciFKxjcan9Li60OetIVvOEJ-2Ft8Wl3IO-2BLGvWC3Bq4vHm4cGIQINWh0vVEoTSkbLSiztaFDBhaoK76a4RHt34MVLamIdCaimBxUE7AXWBcLPnUoZPS3okHJTyZ-2B2SgOIHvDjcAPaFv-2FTGktkwRl5YIEk0PidK-2Bj7N1lLHk59WVm8-2BgjyowUdZanNuk34q-2BKl5CTAqVAGIDq75IOGYmLO2TNxj1PCllUOMjBEtk5wU5874X19bd77QBMQ7BDqE7agF39BFEe9IZfM8V3SPd2pShx6KoOJx0zch3l8bWEyXeN-2BgoxWsrHIsF4ei8rpzR9kTt-2FLmRmYva03HYko2q590JYfKZ-2BcULo8G-2BQ6596iBapbOyzz99SvjakaxYModU-2FVs1gRspTY6AUhrZmXrBIZKiV0uJGtXOlw85RQ0Xft0HIg7oaPEEnPS6M4yfoypkx7z4HgLKqqAzB0pBIe-2F-2FagypxR5F0-3D">http://events.ergonomics.org.uk/event/ehf2019/</a></strong><br><br>Kind regards<br>The CIEHF Events Team<br>07702 542167<br><a href="http://events.ergonomics.org.uk/">events.ergonomics.org.uk</a></p> Tue, 03 Jul 2018 20:05:28 +1200 https://ergonomics.org.nz/events/2019-ergonomics-and-human-factors-conference/?date=2019-04-29