Healthcare-related regret among nurses and physicians is associated with self-rated insomnia severity: A cross-sectional study

TitreHealthcare-related regret among nurses and physicians is associated with self-rated insomnia severity: A cross-sectional study
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2015
AuteursSchmidt, R, Cullati, S, Mostofsky, E, Haller, G, Agoritsas, T, Mittleman, M, Perneger, T, Courvoisier, D
JournalPLoS ONE
Pagination1-12
Date Publishedoct
Résumé

{To examine the association between healthcare-related regrets and sleep difficulties among nurses and physicians, we surveyed 240 nurses and 220 physicians at the University Hospitals of Geneva. Regret intensity and regret coping were measured using validated scales. Sleep difficulties were measured using the Insomnia Severity Index (ISI), and an additional question assessed the frequency of sleeping pill use. After controlling for sex, profession, years of experience, rate of employment, and depression as well as for all other regret-related variables, the following variables remained significantly associated with self-rated severity of insomnia: regret intensity (slope = 1.32

DOI10.1371/journal.pone.0139770
Refereed DesignationRefereed