Graduate Student Works
Kim L. Chua
According to a study done by the American College Health Association, 24% of students in 2021 met the criteria for severe psychological distress and 51% of students met the criteria for moderate psychological distress. University can take a toll on students and cause mental health challenges. Aviation students are of no exception. The mental health challenges, if not dealt with properly, can further deteriorate and cause issues such as depression. This could risk students’ career, and could be a threat to not only their safety, but the safety of potential passengers and other individuals. Thus, this study will allow better understanding of how academic achievements affect mental health in aviation students. This will also allow us to find measures to safely and healthily deal with the stress and challenges, ensuring a safer industry for students, professionals, and passengers.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Natha, K., Rajendran, P., & Selvaganesan, S. (2023). Mental Health Aviation Students. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/student-works/203