validated technology that provides reliable information on sleep and wake periods, such as wrist actigraphy, as well as sleep-wake diaries.
Collecting data on a 48- to 72-hour period is needed to fully understand pilots’ commuting experiences within the context of multiple factors. The results of the study can help identify situations that may warrant specific attention or additional research.
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