Aspects of work and sleep associated with work ability in regular aviation pilots.

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Summary of "Aspects of work and sleep associated with work ability in regular aviation pilots."

Analyze the association of work organization and sleep aspects with work ability in regular aviation pilots.


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Name: Revista de saude publica
ISSN: 1518-8787
Pages: 16


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