Sleep Quality, Sleepiness, and Depression in Nurses

  1. Day and night shift nurses needed to participate in a 30-minute online research survey about sleep quality, sleepiness, and depression.

    Subjects must be a registered nurse, be English speaking, have a full-time work schedule and a current engagement as a provider of direct patient care in a hospital setting (medical-surgical, intensive care, telemetry, surgery, emergency, and recovery units). Nurses who frequently alternate between day and night shift schedules are excluded from participating.

    Night shift is defined as working a 12-hr overnight shift from beginning at 19:00 and ending at 07:00, and day shift is defined as beginning at 07:00 and ending at 19:00. Shifts may be different by 1-2 hours in either direction.
    No confidential material will be collected.

    If interested please click on the link below to take the survey.
    Click Here to take survey

    Thank you in advance for you participation.
    Last edit by NRSKarenRN on Jan 27, '08
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  3. by   money5
    do you know of any good qualitative article on fatigue, depression sleep wake cycles on night shift nurses?