#19 Avnews: UND Mental Health Summit; tribute to John Hauser
Listen now
Emma and Maddie converse over the UND Summit, who was there, what they discussed, what it means in the aviation world, and what we can do to keep pushing for aeromedical reform. The UND Mental Health Summit was held in Chicago, December 15, 2021, in honor of John A. Hauser; a UND aviation student who passed away in October of this year. John was a compassionate person who should be here today, and if it would have been for different mental health protocols enacted by the FAA, one could hope he would still be here. - We utilized Flying Mag article as a general outline of the summit but direct summit links can be found on UND Aerospace YouTube for further detail. https://www.flyingmag.com/und-hosts-summit-on-mental-health-in-aviation/ //// Resources shared in the flying mag article: Airlines Pilots Association Health Watch: https://www.alpa.org/news-and-events/air-line-pilot-magazine/addressing-covid19-mental-health-toll Airlines Pilots Association Mental Health & Family: https://www.alpa.org/committees/family-issues/mental-health AOPA Mental Health Resources: https://www.aopa.org/go-fly/medical-resources/health-conditions/mental-health FAA Mental Fitness: https://www.faa.gov/newsroom/pilot-mental-fitness //// SOCIAL LINKS- Instagram: https://Instagram.com/thepilotspandemic https://instagram.com/emneonicon https://Instagram.com/thefitaviatrix Tiktok: @emneonicon @fitaviatrix Link for aeromedical reform petition: https://www.change.org/apilotspandemic WEBSITE: https://msha.ke/thepilotspandemic/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
More Episodes
Published 05/05/22
Our guest this week has requested to remain anonymous… throughout the episode you will hear us refer to him as Goose; Goose was a instrument rated private pilot working towards his commercial license when he started experiencing the symptoms of an anxiety attack. The stress of flight school and...
Published 05/05/22
This weeks topic is all about alcohol and the stressors that lead pilots to drink more than others as well as a program we have spoke about often on the show, Human Intervention Motivational Studies or HIMS as it is most know it as. HIMS helps pilots get back flying even if they disclose they...
Published 04/28/22