Head injury survey launched

Posted by Dan Middleton, BMC Technical Officer on 04/09/2007
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The BMC has launched a new online survey, asking climbers if they have ever had an impact to the head whilst climbing.

The survey is very quick and easy, and should only take a couple of minutes to complete.

Read the entire feature article here 

or if you can't wait that long, go straight to the survey here.



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