Nurses Working Overnight Support The Need For A Restorative Nap During The Night Shift

Monday, June 9, 2008 - 07:14 in Psychology & Sociology

A number of personal health, safety, and patient care issues support the need for a restorative nap during the night shift among nurses. A strategy to assist nurses to promote sleep health within the complex context of their own sleep needs, organizational demands, and domestic responsibilities is greatly needed for both critical care nurses and the patients in their care.

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