Turning body time to shift time.
- Published Article
The Canadian nurse
- Publication Date
Sep 01, 1998
Studies have shown that shift work can have a negative impact on job performance, sleep, physical and emotional health, social life, family life, drug use and level of job-related stress. For nurses, these negative effects have consequences not just for the individual, but for the workplace, as decreased alertness and reduced job performance could endanger human lives.
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