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The impact of long work hours and shift work on cognitive errors in nurses.
Rhéaume A and Mullen J. J Nurs Manag 2018. PMID 28857317
AIM: Pilot study to examine the impact of long work hours and shift work on cognitive errors in nurses. BACKGROUND: Twelve-hour shifts are more commonly used in hospital settings and there is growing concern over the impact that extended and irregular work hours have on nurses' well-being and performance. ...Nurses were assessed at the beginning of four consecutive shifts using actigraphy, a sleep diary and an after work questionnaire. ...
AIM: Pilot study to examine the impact of long work hours and shift work on cognitive errors in nurses. BACKGROUND: Twelve-hou …
Work Stress as a Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease.
Kivimäki M and Kawachi I. Curr Cardiol Rep 2015 - Review. PMID 26238744 Free PMC article.
Meta-analyses of a wider range of health outcomes show additionally an association between work stress and type 2 diabetes, though not with common cancers or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, suggesting outcome specificity. ...Nevertheless, governments are already launching healthy workplace campaigns, and preventing excessive work stress is a legal obligation in several countries. ...
Meta-analyses of a wider range of health outcomes show additionally an association between work stress and type 2 diabetes, though no …
Working Time Society consensus statements: Evidence-based effects of shift work and non-standard working hours on workers, family and community.
Arlinghaus A, et al. Ind Health 2019 - Review. PMID 30700670 Free PMC article.
This can often result in workers experiencing poorer work-family or work-life balance. Based on an extensive literature search and expert knowledge, primary risk factors were identified including shift work; long, irregular and unpredictable working hours; and work on evenings and weekends (in combination and independent of shift work). On the other hand, flexibility, in the form of adequate worker control over work schedules, may be a protective factor. In addition, workers experiencing excessive work-life conflict are likely to reduce their working hours, reflecting a reciprocal relationship between working hours and work-life balance. ...
This can often result in workers experiencing poorer work-family or work-life balance. Based on an extensive literature search …
Working Time Society consensus statements: Evidence-based effects of shift work on physical and mental health.
Moreno CRC, et al. Ind Health 2019 - Review. PMID 30700667 Free PMC article.
Koch's postulates were used to evaluate the evidence related to the development of disease as a result of exposure to shift work. Finally, we discussed limitations of the multiple pathways that link shift work with specific disorders and the methodological challenges facing shift work research. ...
Koch's postulates were used to evaluate the evidence related to the development of disease as a result of exposure to shift work. Fin …
Working Time Society consensus statements: Individual differences in shift work tolerance and recommendations for research and practice.
Ritonja J, et al. Ind Health 2019 - Review. PMID 30700671 Free PMC article.
Similarly, the evidence for shift work tolerance is limited due to a small number of studies and a narrow range of outcome measures. ...Identifying determinants of shift work tolerance and the ability to adjust to shift work, whether they are innate and/or acquired mechanisms, is important so workers who are less likely to tolerate shift work well can be self-identified and supported with appropriate harm/risk minimization strategies. ...
Similarly, the evidence for shift work tolerance is limited due to a small number of studies and a narrow range of outcome mea …
Night Shift Work and Risk of Depression: Meta-analysis of Observational Studies.
Lee A, et al. J Korean Med Sci 2017. PMID 28581264 Free PMC article.
This study aimed to assess whether night shift work is associated with the risk of depression by using a meta-analysis of observational studies. ...Also, subgroup meta-analyses by gender, night shift work duration, type of occupation, continent, and type of publication showed that night shift work was consistently associated with the increased risk of depression. ...
This study aimed to assess whether night shift work is associated with the risk of depression by using a meta-analysis of observation …
The impact of shift work on sleep quality among nurses.
McDowall K, et al. Occup Med (Lond) 2017. PMID 29040745
BACKGROUND: Shift work is common among nurses, and it is known to be a workplace hazard as it may cause poor sleep quality, which can impact adversely on the health and safety of nurses and their patients. ...Undertaking shift work was the only significant association with poor sleep quality when controlling for the other variables of age, gender and number of years worked, odds ratio 0.410, P < 0.001 (95% CI 0.265-0.634). ...
BACKGROUND: Shift work is common among nurses, and it is known to be a workplace hazard as it may cause poor sleep quality, which can …
Shift work and mental health: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Zhao Y, et al. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 2019. PMID 31055776
Findings were grouped based on whether the measure of shift work focussed on: (1) night/evening work, (2) weekend work, (3) irregular/unpredictable work schedule, or (4) a broad binary measure. ...CONCLUSIONS: The association between shift work and mental health is different across types of shift work. The evidence is strongest for a broad binary, general measure of shift work and for irregular or unpredictable shift work. ...
Findings were grouped based on whether the measure of shift work focussed on: (1) night/evening work, (2) weekend work, …
Work-leave rotation pattern and incidence of offshore workplace injury.
Massey S. Occup Med (Lond) 2018. PMID 29506155
BACKGROUND: Studies on work-leave rotation pattern and work place injuries among offshore oil and gas workers have been few and limited to a 2- or 3-week rotation schedule. ...RESULTS: In total, 311 injuries for 1302 workers were analysed, 39% with rotation schedule of 4 weeks work and 4 weeks rest, 27% 8 weeks work and 4 weeks rest, 23% 16 weeks work and 4 weeks rest and 10% 24 weeks work and 4 weeks rest. ...
BACKGROUND: Studies on work-leave rotation pattern and work place injuries among offshore oil and gas workers have been few an …
Shift work and overall and cause-specific mortality in the Danish nurse cohort.
Jørgensen JT, et al. Scand J Work Environ Health 2017. PMID 28245504 Free article.
Objectives Evidence of an effect of shift work on all-cause and cause-specific mortality is inconsistent. This study aims to examine whether shift work is associated with increased all-cause and cause-specific mortality. ...We used Cox regression models with age as the underlying scale to examine the associations between night, evening, and rotating shift work (compared to day shift work) and all-cause and cause-specific mortality in models adjusted for potentially confounding variables. ...
Objectives Evidence of an effect of shift work on all-cause and cause-specific mortality is inconsistent. This study aims to examine …
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