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Work-Related Condition clinical trials at UCLA

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  • Work Time Schedule Changes for Nurse Managers

    open to eligible people ages 18 years and up

    The goal of this clinical trial is to explore how working a 4-day schedule impacts nurse manager wellbeing and job performance. The main questions it aims to answer are: - Do those working 4-days have improved wellbeing with reduced levels of burnout and work/family conflict when compared to those in the control group? - Do levels of sleep, heart rate variability, and physical activity significantly differ between those working the 4-day schedule change and those in the control group? - Are nurse manager satisfaction, patient satisfaction, and patient quality outcomes different among those working the 4-day schedule change and those in the control group? Researchers will compare those working the 4-day schedule change to those working the standard 5-day schedule to determine causality between the intervention and the outcomes. Participants will: - Complete an initial visit to learn about the study. - Begin wearing an OURA ring, which will collect data on physical activity, sleep, and heart rate variability. They will need to download the Oura Ring app on their phone and log in weekly to sync data so that the researchers may access it. - Complete the first survey on the online REDCap platform (baseline). - Begin the work schedule that was assigned to them. - Clock in and out of work each shift. - Take the follow-up survey online (month 3). - Take the final survey online (month 6).

    Los Angeles, California and other locations

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