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Factors affecting Fatigue Level and Sleep Disorders among Head Nurses in University Hospitals Sayaka HOSHINO 1 , Yoko MURANAKA 2,3 1Doctor Course, Graduate School of Health Care and Nursing, Juntendo University 2Faculty of Nursing, Shumei University 3Graduate School of Health Care and Nursing, Juntendo University Keyword: 疲労度 , 睡眠障害 , 看護師長 , fatigue degree , sleep disorder , head nurse pp.64-71
Published Date 2018/12/31
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.7009200299
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 【Purpose】We conducted a questionnaire survey to examine the direction of fatigue education through an analysis of fatigue and sleep disorders among head nurses working in university hospitals.

 【Methods】We sent questionnaires to 120 head nurses working in 24 university hospitals.

 【Results】71 questionnaires were fully completed and were thereafter analyzed. The data showed that the degree of physical fatigue in over 30 percent of the participants was at the level of “caution needed” or “danger,” and their mental fatigue was alarmingly high. In addition, 66 percent of the participants had a sleep disorder linked to the degree of fatigue they were experiencing.

 【Consideration】Which suggests that it is necessary for them to manage their fatigue in order to maintain good health. It was also clarified that sleep disorders, the implementation of fatigue education for other nursing staff, reduced break time, and the anxiety about continuing to work due to fatigue affected the degree of fatigue experienced; therefore, showing that the implementation of fatigue education for nursing staff had imposed a heavy burden on the head nurses. It is suggested that head nurses also need to have an opportunity to learn fatigue education in order to reduce their own fatigue.


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