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Hazeri A, Farahzadi H. Investigating the Efficacy of Sleep Hygiene Education on Improving Sleep Disorders in Shahid Sadoughi Hospital Nurses. TB 2015; 14 (2) :47-56
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Islamic Azad University ,Yazd,Iran
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Introduction:Sleep disorder among the nursing profession should beconsidered as important for it can endanger the health and safety of the patients as well as the nurses. This study has investigated the connection between the sleep hygiene education and its impact on sleep disorder pattern among the nurses in Shahid Sadughi hospital in Yazd. Methods:This is an analytical study with Field Trail method and pre- and post-style. Data were collected using a questionnaire consisting of demographic information, ESS, SMII, and ISI. In the first phase of the study, questionnaires were distributed among 207 nurses out of whom 100 nurses were diagnosed with sleep disorder. Eventually after the training period, the data from 66 questionnaires were analysed, using SPSS20 software with Paired T-test and ANOVA. Results:The first part of the findings showed that 48.3 percent of the nurses have sleep disorder. Findings also indicated that factors such as age, gender, marital status, work experience, number of children, type of shift work and job satisfaction did not have significant statistical impact on sleep disorder. The second part measured improvement of sleep disorders related to sleep hygiene education for nurses. Results revealed a better condition of sleep disorder among the participants after their education around sleep hygiene. Although there wasstatistically no significant relationship between pre- and post-training sleep disorder scores, given the small p-value it can be said that a marginal meaningful relationship does exist.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2014/03/12 | Accepted: 2014/05/26 | Published: 2015/07/14

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