Innovation and technology in one new hospital in Montreal: A lived experience of healthcare professionals
Working in small-scale, homelike dementia care: Effects on staff burnout symptoms and job characteristics. A quasi-experimental, longitudinal study
Journal of Research in Nursing
Hand forces exerted by long-term care staff when pushing wheelchairs on compliant and non-compliant flooring
Impact of Nurses Taking Daily Work Breaks in a Hospital Garden on Burnout
American Journal of Critical Care
Effects of noise on errors, injuries and subjective health of nursing staff
An Ergonomic Evaluation of Preoperative and Postoperative Workspaces in Ambulatory Surgery Centers
A multi-component patient-handling intervention improves attitudes and behaviors for safe patient handling and reduces aggression experienced by nursing staff: A controlled before-after study
Design in mind: eliciting service user and frontline staff perspectives on psychiatric ward design through participatory methods
Journal of Mental Health
Previous studies have shown repeatedly that the physical design of psychiatric wards has a significant impact on patient recovery and well-being. It has also been found that staff and patients often express conflicting expectations regarding the design of psychiatric wards. Therefore, it is important to better understand different stakeholder perceptions of the same environment so that the most effective design decisions can be made. One possible way of doing this would be using the “SURE model,” which is a participatory method involving collaborations with service users during all stages of the study.
Surface Finish Materials: Considerations for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews
In this literature review, it is shown that a growing body of research has been focusing on how surface material finishes within neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) can contribute to the operational, clinical, and social aspects of health outcomes.
Low stimulus environments: reducing noise levels in continuing care
BMJ Quality Improvement Reports
This article highlights a project that aimed to reduce levels of intrinsic background noise on an adult mental health ward. Following intervention, the ward was able to decrease the background noise decibel level from 60dB to 53dB (on average).