Deborah Donnelly-McLay is a pilot with UPS and also working at Harvard University on a project to research pilot health. She would like to touch base with you regarding a request for your pilot group participation in the anonymous Harvard University Pilot Health Study.
We have been active for a few weeks now and have global participation in this important survey. Unfortunately, we only have 3% female participation. I would love to increase this number!
Researchers at Harvard University, are conducting the largest anonymous airline pilot health study to date.(www.pilothealthstudy.org)
This study is open to current, retired, and airline and corporate pilots. It will be used to research the environmental effects of the unique cockpit environment. Including fatigue, air quality, radiation, noise, and additional areas.
To date, the study has pilots from over 23 countries participating. We would like you to participate and pass it on to your fellow pilots. Safety is enhanced through knowledge!
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Harvard University Airline Pilot Health Study, Project Manager
Delta Block Party Volunteers had fun spreading the word about Stars of the North and ACE Camp as well as partaking in the food and festivities. Thank you to all that shared your time.
WAI Announces Scholarships for 2016! Not just for pilots. Not just for students. Not just for young people. Not just for women.
All of the scholarships are available at http://www.wai.org/education/scholarships.cfm - and we’ll update them frequently, so check back often!
Stay tuned for local scholarship announcements too!