Humans at High Altitude

United Kingdom
Humans At High Altitude is an online platform designed to help you learn about human health, safety and performance in high altitude environments. Get 20% off this course with the code 'RESCUE20'
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About the trip

The courses provide up to date, evidence based information you can trust in a bitesize, structured format where everything you need is all in one place. Although it's packed with science, the course is written for a general audience so you don't need any prior altitude or medical knowledge.

This is a self-paced and self-directed online course to fit around your own schedule. You can sign-up at any time and you'll have life long access so you can come and go as you please or complete it all in one go.

During the course, you will learn about:

Human physiology at high altitude
Acclimatisation
Route planning
High altitude illnesses
Sleep & Nutrition
AND MORE!

Who is this course for?

Whether you're completely new to high altitude or you're a professional already working at high altitude in need of a knowledge refresher or CPD, this course is for you. Gain confidence and learn how to perform well and stay healthy in these demanding environments:

Trekkers, Climbers, Mountaineers, Skiers, Cyclists etc ...
Expedition Leaders & Guides
Mountain & Expedition Medics
Researchers & Scientists
Everyone who is interested!

CPD Credits
Association of Mountaineering Instructors (AMI).

British Association of International Mountain Leaders (BAIML): 1 Core CPD point. A certificate of completion can be attached to the CPD record entry on the Mountain Training Candidate Management System (CMS).

About Dr Hannah Lock

I have been learning about the effects of high altitude on the human body since my Dad first introduced me to Alpine mountaineering 15 years ago. Back then I wanted to learn more about this subject to prepare me for higher mountains but I couldn't find a trusted, evidence based resource that was accessible to non-medical people (as I was then). Having gained experience as a mountaineer, an expedition doctor and a high altitude researcher I decided to create the resource I felt was missing - the Humans At High Altitude Platform.

Deaths and serious illness from high altitude illness are preventable and I want to share knowledge about this with anyone who is keen to learn. My aim is to make this information more accessible to a wider audience (not just for other medics!) so that more people can safely and confidently enjoy adventures in high altitude environments.
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