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The Relationship Between Night Shift Work and the Risk of Abnormal Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone: A Hospital-Based Nine-Year Follow-up Retrospective Cohort Study in Taiwan

Chen HH, Chiu HH, Yeh TL, Lin CM, Huang HY, Wu SL

Background Health-care providers typically undergo shift work and are subjected to increased stress. Night shift work may induce disturbed sleep cycles and circadian rhythm. The objective of this study was to...
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Comparison of Sleep Duration, Social Jetlag, and Subjective Sleep Disturbance in Rotating Shift Nurses According to the Chronotype

Choi SJ, Joo EY, Kim KS

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the sleep duration, social jetlag (SJL), and subjective sleep disturbance according to the individual chronotype in rotating shift nurses. Methods: A...
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Do depression and its associated factors differ in women daytime and shift workers?: an analysis of the Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2018

Chae HJ, Kim M

Purpose: This study examined health behaviors, use of health services, and depression among women who perform daytime and shift work in South Korea, as well as factors related to depression....
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Compliance with Recommendations on Work Schedule for Shift Nurses in South Korea

Lee J, Jeong IS

Background A well-designed shift schedule has been reported to have a positive effect on improving health problems associated with shift work. This study aimed to identify compliance with the 17 recommendations...
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Association of Sleep Duration and Working Hours with Suicidal Ideation in Shift Workers: The Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2007–2018

Kim SY, Kim SI, Lim WJ

Objective This study investigated whether sleep duration and working hours were associated with the risk of suicidal ideation. Methods Data from 13,628 shift workers (age ≥19) were obtained from the nationwide...
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The Effect of the Shift Work on Drinking and the Mediating Effect of Sleep

Jeong H, Kong JS, Kim MK, Kim SH

Objectives:Shift work has been known to cause various health problems by making it difficult for humans to adapt to their natural circadian rhythms. In particular, shift workers tend to complain...
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Relationship Between Shift Intensity and Insomnia Among Hospital Nurses in Korea: A Cross-sectional Study

Chung Y, Kim H, Koh DH, Park JH, Yoon S

Objectives: This study explored the relationship between shift intensity and insomnia among hospital nurses. Methods: The participants were 386 female hospital nurses who underwent a special health examination for night workers...
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Impact of Shift Work on the Eating Pattern, Physical Activity and Daytime Sleepiness Among Chilean Healthcare Workers

Farías R, Sepúlveda A, Chamorro R

We evaluated the eating pattern, physical activity, and daytime sleepiness level in Chilean shift workers. Fifty, middle-aged adult health workers from a public hospital in Santiago, Chile, were included: a...
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Validity of Breast Cancer Symptom Questionnaire and Its Relationship With Breast Ultrasonography in Young Female Night Workers

Chae CH

Background: This study aimed to identify the validity of breast cancer symptom questionnaire of worker's special health examination and its relationship with breast ultrasonography findings in young female night workers. Methods:...
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Secondary Data Analysis on the Factors Influencing Premenstrual Symptoms of Shift Work Nurses: Focused on the Sleep and Occupational Stress

Baek J, Choi-Kwon S

Purpose: This study aimed to examine premenstrual symptoms (PMS) of shift nurses and identify the association between PMS, sleep, and occupational stress. Methods: This study was conducted with a secondary...
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Comparison of Shift Satisfaction, Sleep, Fatigue, Quality of Life, and Patient Safety Incidents Between Two-Shift and Three-Shift Intensive Care Unit Nurses

Chae MJ, Choi SJ

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Preventing Shift Work Disorder in Shift Health-care Workers

d’Ettorre G, Pellicani V

The occurrence of the shift work disorder (SWD) in health-care workers (HCWs) employed in 24/7 hospital wards is a major concern through the world. In accordance with literature, SWD is...
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Influence of Consecutive Night-Shift Work and Working Time on Insomnia among Hospital Nurses

Shin S, Kim SH

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the influence of consecutive night-shift work and working time on insomnia among hospital nurses. Methods: A descriptive correlational research designutilizing secondary data analysis was...
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Relationship between Shift Work and Subclinical Hypothyroidism

Hwang Ha, Jeon Yj

Background: To date, only a few studies have reported the relationship between shift work and subclinical hypothyroidism. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate this relationship. Subclinical hypothyroidism is defined as...
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Effect of Ingested Caffeine on the Sleep Quality among Shift Workers

Kim Hs, Lee JE

Purpose: This study was conducted to identify the effects of caffeine intake by shift workers on sleep, considering various variable related to the sleep health of shift workers. Methods: A...
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Secondary Data Analysis on the Quality of Sleep and Related Factors of Novice and Experienced Shift Work Nurses

Yu M, Smi CK

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the quality of sleep in novice and experienced shift work nurses and compare the factors associated with their quality of sleep....
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Factors associated with the dietary quality and nutrition status using the Nutrition Quotient for adults focusing on workers in the manufacturing industry

Yim JS, Heo YR

Purpose This study examined the factors influencing Nutrition Quotient for adults (NQ-A), focusing on workers in the manufacturing industry. Methods The participants were 738 industrial workers in Gwangju. Their dietary information was analyzed...
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Multidimensional sleep quality of dependent self-employment workers

Lee SH, Kang D, Lee J, Kim U, Ham S, Lee W, Choi WJ, Kang SK

BACKGROUND: The number of workers in non-standard employment (NSE) is increasing due to industrial change and technological development. Dependent self-employment (DSE), a type of NSE, was created decades ago. Despite...
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Sleep Assessment During Shift Work in Korean Firefighters: A Cross-Sectional Study

Jeong KS, Ahn YS, Jang TW, Lim G, Kim HD, Cho SW, Sim CS

BACKGROUND: This cross-sectional study assessed the sleep quality using the ActiGraph and investigated the relationship between the parameters of sleep assessment and the type of shift work in Korean firefighters. METHODS:...
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Factors Affecting the Care Burden of Nurses Caring Elderly Patients with Dementia

Kim DR, Han EK

PURPOSE: In Korea, the prevalence of dementia patients has increased, which makes the care burden of nurses important. The purpose of this study is to identify factors affecting the care...
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