Job burnout and engagement
... Bibliography Calaffey, C. (2006). Nursing in the dark: leadership support for night shift staff. Nursing Management, 37(5), 41. This journal is based on a nurse educator’s research; Calaffey evaluates problems and conditions that result when nurses work during night shift. For example, feeling isolated for other hospital staff, sleep disorders, stress, job dissatisfaction, social isolation, reduced performance at work, and even health problems.
Calaffey urges that leadership support is vital for nurses who work during night shift. Having worked as a night nurse, the journal is well researched and contains factual information.
Culpepper, L. (2010). The social and economic burden of shift-work disorder...