Rotas and shift patterns: who should make the decisions?
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Rotas and shift patterns: who should make the decisions?

Erin Dean Health journalist

What nurses told us about lack of control over their shifts, and the cost to work-life balance and well-being

Nearly half of nurses (43%) have no say in their shift patterns and more than one quarter (28%) are unsatisfied with their work-life balance, according to a joint survey by Nursing Standard and the University of Southampton (UoS).

Nursing Management. 28, 2, 8-10. doi: 10.7748/nm.28.2.8.s8

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