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Mag. Marion Venus
Health Psychological & Clinical Psycholog. Consultation

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External Ph. D. Research Project (University of Bern, Clinical Psychology)
Correlates of FTL, Fatigue and Employment Conditions in Pilot Health & Wellbeing
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Next Presentations:

Vortrag Seminar Universität Bern, Inst. f. Klin. Psychologie, Psychische Störungen bei Mitarbeitenden, Prof. Dr. M. grosse Holtforth

"It Started with Fatigue … Airline Pilots Mental Health and Wellbeing under Pressure" Presentation at the Aerospace Medical Association's 90th Annual Scientific Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, from May 5-9, 2019

2 presentations at the International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, May 7-10, 2019 in Dayton, Ohio: 1. "Germanwings-Consequences" and
2. "It stated with Fatigue ..."

Resilience, Fatigue and Mental Health in High Risk High Reliability Organisations:
Swiss Police Psychologists' Training Course June 4th, 2019. Baden, AG, Switzerland

"Working Conditions, Fatigue and Health in Commercial Pilots" at https://pacdeff.com/ in Brisbane, Australia, Sept. 3-5, 2019.

Invitation to present at the next DGLRM Conference in Bernlin Oct. 24-26,2019

Doktorands'-Colloquium @ University of Bern, Inst. for Clinical Psychology,
Prof. Dr. Martin Grosse Holtforth, Dec. 19, 2018, 16-18 p.m.


PSY Congress Bern, Switzerland, Sept. 5-7, 2018:
1. Germanwings Crash, its Consequences and the New EASA Rules regarding Pilot Mental Health
Correlates of Flight Time Limitations, Fatigue, Employment Conditions in Airline Pilots’ Mental Fitness

56. wissenschaftliche Jahrestagung der DGLRM, 18.-20.10.2018 in Speyer, Germany
Correlates of Flight Time Limitations, Fatigue, Employment Conditions in Airline Pilots’ Mental Fitness

2018 AAvPA Symposium – 7-9 November 2018, Sydney, Australia, Australian Avation Psychologists Association
Correlates of Flight Time Limitations, Fatigue, Employment Conditions in Airline Pilot’s mental fitness

http://icasm2018.com/ International Congress of Aviation and Space Medicine, Nov. 11-15, 2018, Bangkok, Thailand: It Started with Fatigue ...

EBASCON Conference, Vienna, Feb. 20-21, 2018: Correlates of Flight Time Limitations, Fatigue, Employment Conditions and Airline Pilots? Mental Fitness

Presenter: Marion Venus, PhD Candidate Clinical Psychology University of Bern


ICASM 2017 in Rome

DGLRM Congress 2017 in Cologne:

Human Performance and Limitations in Pilot Training – No Link between Classroom and Cockpit?

Presentations about the Germanwings-Crash and its Consequences:

14./15.02.2017 München, EBASCON Safety Konferenz
23.09.2016   Flugplatz LSZK (Fehraltorf)
16.09.2016  bei QCM in Bern und

Germanwings-Absturz und seine Konsequenzen: neues EASA-Regelwerk ab 2017

Nach diesem “controlled flight into terrain”, perfekt durchgeführt von einem psychisch schwer kranken First Officer allein im Cockpit, forderte die EU-Kommissarin für Transport die EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) auf, Massnahmen zu entwickeln, damit so etwas nie wieder passiert.

Weitere Vorträge:

Swiss Association of Aeronautical Sciences www.svfw.ch: Presentation: Menschliche Leistungsfähigkeit und ihre Grenzen im Piloten Training, ETH Zürich

European Aviation Psychologists Association EAAP-Conference

2014: Presentation: Human Performance and Limitations in Pilot Training – validating theoretical knowledge in skill training

2012: Presentation: Mandatory Syllabus in Basic Pilot Training

2010: Tutorial with Capt. John Marques Mira (Air Mauritius): CRM – Where do we go from here?



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