Topic: Does working night shift increases overweight and obesity among nurses
Here is the article that I want to use and need more articles.
APA should be followed and please no grammar mistake.
If the lit. review is done perfectly I would like the same writer to make the introduction chapter for 2 pages.
Nurses Health Study (Harvard Univeristy Boston, MA)
American Nursing Association:
Health and Safety Survey
Houle, J. (2001) American Nurses Association Nursingworld.org Health and
Safety Survey. Cornerstone Communications Group, Atlanta, GA, USA.
(shift work & disease)
Wang, X-S., Armstrong, M., Cairns, B., Key, T., & Travis, R. (2011). In depth review: Shift work and chronic disease: the
epidemiological evidence. Occupational Medicine, 61, 78-89.
(shift work & obesity)
Eberly, R. & Feldman, H. (2010). Obesity and shift work in the general population. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences
and Practice, 8(3).
RN & Weight Status & Loss:
Zitkus, B. (2011). The relationship among registered nurses weight status, weight loss regimens, and successful or
unsuccessful weight loss. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 23, 110-116.
Zhao, I., Bogossian, F., Song, S., & Turner, C. (2011). The association between shift work and unhealthy weight: A
cross-sectional analysis from the nurses and midwives e-cohort study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine,
Shift Work on Intake:
Morikawa, Y., Katsuyuki, M., Sasaki, S., Yoshita, K., Yoneyama, S., Nakagawa, H. (2008). Evaluation of the effects of shift
work on nutrient intake: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Occupational Health, 50, 270-278.
(In Hong Kong) (RN)
Wong, H., Wong, M., Wong, S., & Lee, A. (2010). The association between shift duty and abnormal eating behavior among nurses
working in a major hospital: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 47, 1021-1027.
Shift Work & Disease:
(In Korea) (RN & diaper manufacturing factory)
Ha, M. & Park, J. (2005). Shiftwork and metabolic risk factors of cardiovascular disease. Jounral of Occupational Health, 47,
Viswanathan, A., Hankinson, S., & Schernhammer, E. (2007). Night shift work and risk of endometrial cancer. American
Association for Cancer Research Journal, 67(21), 10618-10622.
Brown, D., Feskanich, D., Sanchez, B., Rexrode, K., Schernhammer, E., & Lisabeth, L. (2009). Rotating night shift work and
risk of ischemic stroke. American Journal of Epidemiology, 169, 1370-1377.
Pietroiusti, A., Forlini, A., Magrini, A., Galante, A., Coppeta, L., Bergamaschi, A. (2006). Shift work increases the
frequency of duodenal ulcer in H pylori infected workers. Occupational Environmental Medicine, 63, 773-775.
Shift work & health:
(Israel) (RN) (smoking & stress)
Barak, Y., Achiron, A., Kimh, R., Lampl, Y., Gilad, R., Elizur, A., & Sarova-Pinhas, I. (1996). Health risks among shift
workers: A survey of female nurses. 527-533.
Sveinsdottir, H. (2006). Self-assessed quality of sleep, occupational health, working environment, illness experience and job
satisfaction of female nurses working different combination of shifts. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 20, 229-237.
Shift Work & Circadian Rhythms:
James, F., Cermakian, N., & Boivin, D. (2007). Circadian rhythms of melatonin, cortisol, and clock gene expression during
simulated night shift work. SLEEP, 30(11), 1427-1436.