Harvard Flight Attendant Health Study

We care about your health. This groundbreaking study by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health collects data to help understand how occupational exposures impact the health of flight attendants. We began in 2007 with the financial support of the FAA and since then have recruited over 12,000 people in 2 waves. Here is more information about our previous cohorts.

Click here to take the Flight Attendant Health Study survey

We are now on the 3rd wave of our study
and need YOUR help!

We are accepting participants who are:

  • Current flight attendants
  • Former flight attendants
  • Past participants of the study
  • New participants

Our confidential survey will ask you questions about your job, medical history, and overall well-being. It is IRB security certified meaning your identity will be protected from our view and your personal information will never be shared with the public. Your employer will not be able to find out that you participated in this study nor will have access to your answers under any circumstance.

The knowledge we gain from your responses will be extremely valuable to our group and the community. It will help us better understand an occupation that impacts so many.

2007 Study Results

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