CANFLY: A Virtual Reality Cognitive Screening and Training Tool for Pilots
The Advanced Cognitive Engineering Laboratory at Carleton University is developing approaches to maintain pilot safety and participation across the pilot lifespan. Our goal is to keep pilots flying for as long as safely possible!

This study investigates the interest in a lightweight virtual reality cognitive health screening and intervention resource we are developing. The survey is being sent to pilots, instructors, examiners, and aviation medical personnel.

To continue to the short survey please read the attached consent form and then click the consent button below.

This work is not funded by any outside government or granting agency.

Please read the following Informed Consent form by following this link. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1X75XZlgzEenrx0luwrgYnmGqDn5tgSmf/view?usp=sharing If you agree to participate proceed to the first item below.
By clicking 'Agree' below I provide the ACE Lab at Carleton University my consent to use my responses in their research. I understand that my responses are voluntary and will be kept anonymous. I also confirm that I am at least 18 years of age. *
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