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In-text: (Nardi and Gyurko, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Nardi, D. and Gyurko, C. (2013). The Global Nursing Faculty Shortage: Status and Solutions for Change. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, p.n/a-n/a.
In-text: (Stimpfel, Sloane and Aiken, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Stimpfel, A., Sloane, D. and Aiken, L. (2012). The Longer The Shifts For Hospital Nurses, The Higher The Levels Of Burnout And Patient Dissatisfaction. Health Affairs, 31(11), pp.2501-2509.
In-text: (Özsoylu, Akyıldız and Dursun, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Özsoylu, S., Akyıldız, B. and Dursun, A. (2017). Burnout Levels and Affecting Factors in Nurses Working in a University Hospital. Turkish Journal of Pediatric Emergency and Intensive Care Medicine, 11(7), pp.104-109.
In-text: (Caruso, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Caruso, C. (2013). Negative Impacts of Shiftwork and Long Work Hours. Rehabilitation Nursing, 39(1), pp.16-25.
In-text: (Green and Taveira, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Green, F. and Taveira, A. (2012). The Prevalence of Sleep Deprivation Symptoms among Night Shift Nurses and Nurses’ Aides at the University Hospital of the West Indies. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 56(1), pp.797-800.
In-text: (Oliver, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Oliver, P. (2013). Standard working hours would improve care. Nursing Standard, 27(39), pp.26-28.
In-text: (Yumang-Ross and Burns, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Yumang-Ross, D. and Burns, C. (2014). Shift Work and Employee Fatigue: Implications for Occupational Health Nursing. Workplace Health & Safety, 62(6), pp.256-261.
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