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Should you fly yet? Here’s what an epidemiologist and an exposure scientist say. we will walk you through our thought process on what to consider and how to minimize your risks. An epidemiologist and an exposure scientist walk you through the decision process May 22, 2020 8.20am EDT Kacey Ernst, Paloma Beamer, University of Arizona.

We don’t know about you, but we’re ready to travel. And that typically means flying.We have been thinking through this issue as moms and as an exposure scientist and infectious disease epidemiologist. While we’ve decided personally that we’re not going to fly right now, we will walk you through our thought. Should you fly yet?

An epidemiologist and an exposure scientist walk you through the decision process. by Kacey Ernst and Paloma Beamer, The Conversation. An epidemiologist and an exposure scientist walk you through the decision process Passengers onboard an American Airlines flight to Charlotte, North Carolina, from San Diego, California. Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images Kacey Ernst, University of Arizona and Paloma Beamer, University of Arizona. We have been thinking through this issue as moms and as an exposure scientist and infectious disease epidemiologist. While we’ve decided personally that we’re not going to fly right now, we will.

Should you fly yet? Here’s what an epidemiologist and an exposure scientist say While we’ve decided personally that we’re not going to fly right now, we will walk you through. Should you fly yet? Here’s what an epidemiologist and an exposure scientist say we will walk you through our thought process on what to.

An epidemiologist and an exposure scientist walk you through the decision process”. Read Next As schools reopen, scientists say some children could spread COVID-19 even if they have antibodies. We don’t know about you, but we’re ready to travel. And that typically means flying.

We have been thinking through this issue as mothers and as an infectious disease epidemiologist and an exposure scientist.While we’ve personally decided that we’re not going to fly right now, we’ll walk you through our thought process on what to consider and how to minimize your risks.

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Step 7: Conduct a pilot study of the research Until this point, only conceptual decision-making and planning has taken place.

“Fundamentals of Research Methodology for Health Care Professionals” by Hilla Brink, Christa Van der Walt, Gisela Van Rensburg
from Fundamentals of Research Methodology for Health Care Professionals
by Hilla Brink, Christa Van der Walt, Gisela Van Rensburg
Juta, 2006

After completing the pilot, researchers can step back, reflect on their experience, discuss it with their doctoral committee, and revise their research approach based on what they have learned from their pilot experience.

“Interviewing as Qualitative Research: A Guide for Researchers in Education and the Social Sciences” by Irving Seidman
from Interviewing as Qualitative Research: A Guide for Researchers in Education and the Social Sciences
by Irving Seidman
Teachers College Press, 2006

Even this can only start once you have ethical approval (let alone grant funding) and have conducted a pilot study.

“Companion to Psychiatric Studies E-Book” by Eve C Johnstone, David Cunningham Owens, Stephen M Lawrie, Andrew M McIntosh, Michael D. Sharpe
from Companion to Psychiatric Studies E-Book
by Eve C Johnstone, David Cunningham Owens, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

This procedure uses insights made by multiple researchers who separately viewed the interview videos and therefore should be adequately rigorous for a small-scale pilot study.

“Software Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications” by Tiako, Pierre F.
from Software Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
by Tiako, Pierre F.
IGI Global, 2009

It is however important to emphasize that “patients are not airplanes and doctors are not pilots”;[157] each patient is unique, with a unique response to invading pathogens and a unique response to treatment, therefore this algorithm must be dynamically adapted to each patient as his/her clinical course evolves.

“Evidence-Based Critical Care” by Paul Ellis Marik
from Evidence-Based Critical Care
by Paul Ellis Marik
Springer International Publishing, 2014

If there is not sufficient evidence to pilot a change, the team may decide to conduct a research study (Step Four).

“Population-Based Nursing: Concepts and Competencies for Advanced Practice” by Ann L. Curley, PhD, RN, Patty A. Vitale, MD, MPH, FAAP
from Population-Based Nursing: Concepts and Competencies for Advanced Practice
by Ann L. Curley, PhD, RN, Patty A. Vitale, MD, MPH, FAAP
Springer Publishing Company, 2011

With a token of fantasy, one can see the enormous scientific potential of inflight MRI in monitoring the natural progression of physiological adaptation processes, shedding light on the factors of individual susceptibility to maladaptation, and enhancing the individualized approach to inflight countermeasures.

“Principles of Clinical Medicine for Space Flight” by Michael R. Barratt, Ellen S. Baker, Sam L. Pool
from Principles of Clinical Medicine for Space Flight
by Michael R. Barratt, Ellen S. Baker, Sam L. Pool
Springer New York, 2020

This decision tree seems very convincing and straightforward at first sight and is the best way to decide, if a clinical DDI study is mandatory, but posses some intrinsic weaknesses.

“Drug Discovery and Evaluation: Methods in Clinical Pharmacology” by H.Gerhard Vogel, Jochen Maas, Alexander Gebauer
from Drug Discovery and Evaluation: Methods in Clinical Pharmacology
by H.Gerhard Vogel, Jochen Maas, Alexander Gebauer
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010

Where the objective is to improve the image and perception of the airline, the required research will be more complex and will almost certainly involve a quantitative study, and also some qualitative, focus group-based, research.

“Airline Marketing and Management” by Stephen Shaw
from Airline Marketing and Management
by Stephen Shaw
Ashgate, 2007

This process at IPEV is very inefficient and expensive, since it requires many weeks of work for the analysis of the results and the execution of many flight tests, since only one test point can be performed on each flight.

“Information Technology New Generations: 14th International Conference on Information Technology” by Shahram Latifi
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by Shahram Latifi
Springer International Publishing, 2017

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  • A more meaningful question is whether flying made the world better. Was a life-saving drug more rapidly developed? Did people come together? etc.

  • EU climate politicians could be seen to drive to the airport in their big German luxury V8 /V10 cars to charter a private jet to fly to some exclusive resort to discuss the next round of green taxes and then what to spend them on!

  • Dont worry about plane pollution under the Paris accord they are raising the taxes on all planes that have 4 engines,and it was Mrs May who signed up the UK to the accord,she did very well out of it via an inflation proof pension + a tax free golden handshake all figures sealed for 30 yrs +.,the EU runs on emissions taxes and there are a lot more on the way.

    If you have the feeling your being mugged its because its true! /UK

  • As often as I’ve flown in my middle aged lifetime, I have no problem with my air travel history or flying in the future.

    Why?

    Any one of the subjects in this film has flown, over the course of one year, more times than I’ve flown in my entire life.

  • I haven’t watched an FT video in a while. For a bit, it seemed like some of the “charm” was gone and you kinda started just pumping out videos. But this one, this one has all the original goofiness and playful fun that I loved back in the day. Please keep doing these funny, off the wall builds! The last couple videos have been fantastic. I have so much respect for you folks, you’ve really done this hobby a major service just by being yourselves. Thank you Josh and team!

  • “When the penalties for damaging the environment are monetary, it’s not a punishment its just an upcharge.”

    Not only was it “awkward” to watch you guys take a flight after outlining the tremendous harm it causes AND mentioning alternatives, that money went to give Kenyan people stoves made of…? Cooking on an open fire is much less harmful for the environment than a manufactured item made with metals that were violently extracted from the earth, coated with toxic paints or varnishes.

    Then you film yourself eating processed food from a disposable plastic bag while saying “Our consumer choices have impacts around the world.”

    I’m so confused. Do you think that filming yourself harm the environment and publicly talking about how ashamed and embarrassed you are about it somehow absolves you? Like it’s a net positive outcome because you educated some people and donated money to charity?

  • Blaming those people who were at the forefront of development who didn’t take into account sustainability. It’s harder to change people’s minds now since they’ve been hooked to convenience.

  • This feels like the perfect opportunity to build a car from Rocket league and make it fly! It would be so cool to see a dominus (seems like the easiest to make flyable)

  • When I found out about MMGW in 1985 I decided not to fly, drive, have children, have holidays, heat my home, or eat meat. In 54 years I’m proud to say I’ve been on a single flight (a return journey of 440 miles).

  • And this is why US helped with coup in Bolivia to control their lithium deposit. Battery use is going to skyrocket with solar and electric energy.

  • I have honestly never traveled in a plane, bus, subway, tram, blimp, ship, hot-air balloon, train. I have only traveled by automobile. And haven’t been on a vacation since 2008 and it was with my parents we visited museums and the aquarium. My travel footprint is vary small not average at all. Don’t have air conditioning so my electric use is smaller than others.

  • Fast Electric boats and floating airports for electric planes…faster electric trains or the underground hyperloop system for trains and electric cars

  • individual choices are the bottom-line grist of policy decisions. all we have to do is say no, if enough people do that, it will cause (it might take time) the seller class to give us what we want.

  • Oh wow. They went there. They said this is going to get worse when more Asians start flying. It seems they are lacking in one single thing, the US contributes more than any other country in the world to greenhouse gas emissions, and even the poorest 10% of people in the top 10 OECD countries contribute exponentially more than the richest people in the 10 poorest countries. The studies have been done. Don’t say this is a problem because more people are flying in poor Asian countries, this is a problem because of the US.

  • Boo hoo. These are the same people who loose their minds when you mention nuclear power, which has been proven to be safer and more efficient than all other alternatives. They don’t want real change they just love virtue signaling.

  • You need to do a new video on how much fuel we’ve saved from burning since the pandemic started. How ironic that the whole world has changed since you released this video just 7 months ago!

  • Did you ever release the 20% plans? If so where? I’d love to download them and see if me and my children can do something with it during our remaining days of quarantine.

  • Vox i agreed with your message and assesment, but dont be so hypocritial to fly across the US just for recording a conservation as you did.. it undermind the larger message as people get hung up on this.. dissapointing. But otherwise keep up the good work!!

  • The weird thing about this Greta Thunberg gathering in NYC is that probably most of the attendants are upper middle class New York residents that probably themselves are in the 13% of US citizens that are responsible for 70% of the CO2 emission from flights in the US.

  • So consumer flights acost for 5%? what about the other 95%? pretty sure 5% isn’t going to stop global warming, maybe we should stop the majority of carbon emissions caused by global systemic problems.

  • You give out carbon producing stoves to offset carbon-producing air flights? Did I understand that correctly? Why not donate a solar stove? We used to build them in science class in middle-school and then bake bread in them. I think your donation, noble though it is, should really be described as “guilt offsets.”

  • Forget a Tesla, I want a flying electric ‘car’ now!! We should all be taking little 1 hour flights at a time perhaps? Wonder how efficient that would be vs. like a high speed train or even car… There’s no way airplanes can be more efficient than a train right? How many passengers you can move for how much energy expended…

  • Flight shaming made me laugh. It must be a delightful privilege to have choices. If my continent had a train system as advanced as the EU, heck! I won’t be flying too.

  • but the co2 emissions for the flights are shared by everyone who bought a ticket? I don’t think it’s accurate to blame an individual for the whole flight’s emissions? unless that was included in the original arithmetic and they just didn’t mention it:/

  • There is a problem, there are no good alternatives in the us, at least in Europe/Asia you can take the train, in the us you can fly or drive only in most parts. And not everyone can afford 4 days off.

  • “We’re not gonna solve climate change by staying on the ground…” she said ironically when international air travel came to a halt thanks to covid19.

  • Most of the Electricity to Charge the Battery Packs come from Fossil Fuel Power Plants so the Beat Goes On-So Much for the Green Truth…

  • Globalization is irreversible! We can’t just go back to the stone age and live in a cave! We need to colonize other planets and spread humanity through space! At the end of the day everything has an end! We just need to work on future faster than destroying our world so we can escape extinction!

  • It’s just the Human behaviour which is the cause of Global warming. Human wants a simplier life which indirectly supports the oil industry.

  • I loved the visualisation with the blankets. Such a creative and impactful way to show how much damage flying can do. I’m glad everyones blankets will be much smaller this year and hopefully we can continue this trend into the way we travel after this crisis.

  • How about solving the take-off weight issue with assisted take off just like the ones on aircraft carriers? Would that be possible?

  • When I saw the title, I thought you were making a flying baby buggy. But the car type is just great. You need to make a baby buggy one though. Then you could make a parachute for the baby, and drop her from the buggy.

  • Everyone preaches climate change to the people but the main priority is the companies who dont care but most of them are chinese so good luck tryna convince them

  • This is the acual flying car. Not like the electric drones they are claiming as one.
    Thank you team for the video. Awesome effort.

  • You guys should do a another ship and a dive bomber the ship is a medic ship and the plane is a Ju 87 B-2 with the bomb and the siren on the plane and 4 of them and the are going to be in formation and when the plane dive it has the siren i hope that you do this it would me nice that you do it

  • #FliteTest Do you guys have any suggestions for a Corsair my dad made? it’s one of your speedbuild kits, and something seemed to be off with it. Despite following the video, the aircraft ended up massively tailheavy, which required a lot of modeling clay to me stuffed into the nose to balance the CG. The result is kinda of like flying a brick. The rudder is a demon that tries to spin you out at the lightest touch, meanwhile it’s heavy so you can’t fly it slow. We did have one big crash with the Corsair, on final I began to roll left and the plane snapped hard right and flew into a tree with no control. While we don’t know what caused that, I can say that a pound of clay jammed into the firewall makes a pretty good crash cushion. Only tore off the cowling, rest of the airframe was fine.

    Just wondering if there was any ideas about what could have resulted in such a tailheavy aircraft?

  • nothing new here…probably almost 30 years ago, there was a guy on the east coast who had the “flying lawnmower”. seen it at the eastern nationals for model aviation held on nwrc johnsville.

  • it looks like mature double tits propeller whith belfi elerons on the back. at the next time willbe better to make a rc flying harley trike whith the rock star design.

  • Make the wheels about ½ that size and it would still roll fine and fly much easier. If you compare it to the other trucks in the video it has the biggest wheels of all.

  • Hey I am a big follower of your and I want to buy something from your site and I am not able to order I live in india and I want it to be dilivered here but I am not able to pay pls help

  • You guys ever just get lost in their online shop and then put a bunch of stuff you can’t afford in your shopping cart?

    Edit: OH. MY. GOD. THEY HAVE FLIGHT RECORDERS!

  • When you showed how much ice is melted when eating meat, driving and flying, why did you not say the depth that is melted? As I saw, only area (mˆ2) was shown, what is the volume (mˆ3)?

  • Its amaizing try it from a skyscraper without an air plane of feather wing it is so cool that it gets a person so high from joy till heavens.����

  • A throwback to the nutball days, pretty fun. Why does it fly so much worse than a classic nutball, though? Love the rock course, I’m much more into RC planes than cars but that course looks great.

  • One idea, use independent motors on the wheels with airfoiled paddle tires[like sand dragters] one large motor on front I saw it in the water in the vid as well…Name= Areo phibian