Establishment of Sleep Quality, Physical and Mental Health and Occupational Burnout Management Model for Shift Nursing Staff and Evaluation of Its Effectiveness

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Taipei Veterans General Hospital

Status

Unknown

Conditions

Sleep Quality
Occupational Burnout

Treatments

Behavioral: acupressure

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT04423328
2020-03-014BC

Details and patient eligibility

About

The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the personal characteristics and work characteristics of shift nurses and occupational burnout, sleep quality and physical and mental health. Use " acupressure " as an intervention to compare the status of shift nurses before and after intervention and to track after interventional therapy, 1, 2, and 3 months of longitudinal results.

Full description

The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the personal characteristics and work characteristics of shift nurses and occupational burnout, sleep quality and physical and mental health. Use " acupressure " as an intervention to compare the status of shift nurses before and after intervention and to track after interventional therapy, 1, 2, and 3 months of longitudinal results. Use the "Smart Care VIP bracelet" to detect physical and mental conditions (psychological stress, physical fatigue) to assess the applicability of the Smart Care VIP bracelet as a "Shift Care Staff Sleep Quality, Physical and Mental Health and Occupational Burnout Management System" and evaluate effectiveness, and establishment of an effective management system. Most studies in China have shown that the use of acupressure to improve the sleep quality of nursing staff generally has its efficacy, but the lack of research at proves that acupressure is used by nursing staff to improve sleep quality and improve occupational burnout. It is expected to be from May to December 2020. The nursing staff of a medical center in Taipei will be selected for stratified sampling. The conditions for receiving the case are shift nurses who have served in the institution for more than one year. Subjective sleep is assessed using Epworth sleepiness scale. The objective part is to use the "Smart Care VIP Bracelet" to measure sleep time; Chinese version of the Chinese Health Questionnaire-12 (CHQ-12) and occupational burnout scale questionnaire as a tool for discussion. It is planned to randomly assign shift nurses to 42 acupressure groups and control group (sham), and use activity record (Smart Care VIP bracelet) to monitor and record fatigue Index and stress changes.

Enrollment

84 estimated patients

Sex

All

Ages

22 to 63 years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

  1. Shift nursing staff who have been employed in this institution for more than one year, and there have been more than two shift types in the past year. Can fill out the questionnaire and agree to participate in this research and sign the consent form.
  2. Chinese Health Questionnaire-12 > 1.5
  3. Epworth sleepiness scale > 6.5 points

Exclusion criteria

  1. Long-term (more than one month) taking sleeping pills such as Benzodiazepines, Stilnox, Imovane, etc.
  2. Nursing staff in the same ward as the PI.
  3. Encountered major life problems one month before the intervention, such as: falling out of love, family member's accident, personal diagnosis of illness, etc.

Trial design

Primary purpose

Prevention

Allocation

Randomized

Interventional model

Parallel Assignment

Masking

Double Blind

84 participants in 2 patient groups

acupressure
Experimental group
Description:
Every day before going to sleep, massage acupoints for eight consecutive weeks, followed by Shenmen→Neiguan→Hegu acupoints.
Treatment:
Behavioral: acupressure
sham acupressure
Sham Comparator group
Description:
Every day before going to sleep, massage acupoints for eight consecutive weeks, followed by Waiguan→Liangqiu→Tiaokou→ Chengshan acupoints
Treatment:
Behavioral: acupressure

Trial contacts and locations

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