Health, safety, & wellness

Planned workplace napping can reduce error risk, increase productivity,
and boost efficiency in healthcare workers.

In pursuit of a good night’s rest

Good sleep quality is essential for overall health and well-being. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), via the Sleep…

New sleep recommendations

A panel convened by the National Sleep Foundation has issued recommendations for sleep based on age. The recommendation for young…

Nurse fatigue: Short on sleep, short on safety

Shift work, organizational barriers, and nurse preferences continue to challenge nurse wellness. Takeaways: Shift work—including long shifts, rotating shifts, double…

Relax with lavender

We all experience a certain amount of stress and anxiety, and in small doses it may even enhance school or job…

To sleep, perchance to heal

Sleep doesn’t come easily for ICU patients. Many suffer chronic sleep deprivation, which can raise stress levels, depress immune responses, and impair wound healing. To help them sleep, some ICU’s are enforcing regular quite times.


We are how we sleep

What nurses need to know about social determinants of health and sleep. Takeaways: Sleep is a necessary and complex physiological…

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