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2406070

 

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A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP AMONG SHIFT WORK PATTERNS, HOSPITAL CLIMATE, AND WORK EFFICIENCY OF NURSING STAFF

Authors

SIMRAN AGARWAL

Abstract

This study investigates the intricate interplay between shift work patterns, hospital climate, and nurse health outcomes within the healthcare setting. Recognizing the prevalence of shift work in nursing and the paramount importance of nurse well-being for optimal patient care, we aim to shed light on the nuanced relationships that exist. A comprehensive literature review explores the diverse types of shift work and prior research on their impact on nurse health, emphasizing the significance of hospital climate in shaping overall works environments. Drawing upon a chosen theoretical framework, this research employs a methodologically rigorous approach, incorporating both quantitative and qualitative data collection methods. Participants include nurses from diverse settings, with a focus on demographic information and key variables such as shift work patterns, hospital climate, and nurse health outcomes. this research contributes valuable insights into the complex dynamics between shift work patterns, hospital climate, and nurse health outcomes. By understanding these relationships, healthcare institutions can implement targeted interventions and policies to create healthier work environments for nurses, ultimately benefiting both healthcare professionals and the patients they serve.

Keywords

Shift work patterns, Hospital climate, Nurse Health outcomes, Nursing workforce, Healthcare settings, Organizational culture, Job Demand-Control-Support model, Work environment

 

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A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP AMONG SHIFT WORK PATTERNS, HOSPITAL CLIMATE, AND WORK EFFICIENCY OF NURSING STAFF. SIMRAN AGARWAL. 2024. IJIRCT, Volume 10, Issue 3. Pages 1-12. https://www.ijirct.org/viewPaper.php?paperId=2406070

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