No time even for a sip of water: ‘inhumane’ shifts risking nurses’ health
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No time even for a sip of water: ‘inhumane’ shifts risking nurses’ health

Erin Dean Health journalist

Nursing Standard’s well-being survey found three quarters of nurses often work shifts without breaks

Eight out of ten nurses have gone an entire shift without a single drink of water, with more than half saying it happens at least once a week, an exclusive survey for Nursing Standard has revealed.

Nursing Standard. 34, 10, 8-10. doi: 10.7748/ns.34.10.8.s6

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