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Impact of Shift Work on Nurses' Health
Transcript of Impact of Shift Work on Nurses' Health
1. Articulating the issue
2. Historial/ ethical/ political analysis
4. Barriers to resolution
5. Relevance to nursing
Who benefits from the issue staying the same?
Impact of Shift Work on Nurses' Health
Our Approach to Analysis
When did the issue originate?
Why is this an issue?
Increased risk of CA:
What are the conditions that lead to the development of the issue?
How have these conditions changed
- 12 hour shifts began in the 1980's, as a result of a mass nursing shortage.
- Exhaustion, sleep deprivation, and disruption of social life.
Who benefits from the issue being resolved?
Whose interests are being served?
- Employers hold the majority of the benefit
- All nurses, employers and patients have individual aspects that are being served in this issue
Relevancy of Nursing Leadership to the Issue
By: Taylor Duchen, Charlotte Fines, Leah Kobrossi, Ruksana Rajput & Alana White
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Resolutions to the Issue
Defn: shift work
Largest group of professionals providing 24 hour care, 7 days a week.
Negative health effects
Disruption to circaidian rythm
Imbalances in cortisol level
Do you think only 8 hour shifts would work in a hospital setting?
What were your experiences with shift work this past summer - how did it affect you?
Situating the Issue
What is already known about this this issue?
- CNA Code of Ethics
- CRNBC: Professional Responsibility and Accountability
- Historically, nurses have worked various shifts, from early days when they slept in wards near their patients to the standard 8-hour day adopted after World War II
Family/ social aspects of life negatively affected
Sleep/ Diet/ Family & Social Life
Shift schedule design
Large-scale organizational change
Lack of eduction
Lack of control
Lack of incentive