Corpus ID: 6640954

Health, sleep, and mood perceptions reported by airline crews flying short and long hauls.

@article{Haugli1994HealthSA,
  title={Health, sleep, and mood perceptions reported by airline crews flying short and long hauls.},
  author={L. Haugli and A. Skogstad and O. H. Helles{\o}y},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={1994},
  volume={65 1},
  pages={
          27-34
        }
}
The present study is part of a major questionnaire survey of work environment and health of air crew in the Scandinavian Airline System (SAS) Norway in 1989. The 1240 respondents (response rate 83%) answered 250 questions about health, job-strain, well-being, sleep problems, organization, and communication. The study charts self-reported incidences of health problems focusing on differences between cockpit and cabin crews. The study also evaluates possible effects of transmeridian and short… Expand
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