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IJPN 2018, 5(6): 31-36 Back to browse issues page
Comparing Unhealthy Eating Behaviors and Attitudes and Negative Repeating Thoughts in Night Shift and Day Shift Nurses
Peiman Hatamian , Aasieh Moradi
, hatamian152@gmail.com
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Introduction: Considering the effective role of nurses in hospitals and treatment centers, as well as the importance of their mental and behavioral health, the present study aimed at comparing unhealthy eating behaviors and attitudes and negative repeating thoughts in night shift and day nurses.
Methods: This was a descriptive-comparative study, conducted during year 2017 on nurses of Kermanshah. The sampling method was a multi-stage cluster sampling, including 60 night and 60 day shift nurses. The data collection tool was an Includes Eating Feedback Questionnaire Williamson (1990) and Negative Repetitive Thought Questionnaire by McCawley et al. (2010). To analyze the data, multivariate analysis of variance was used with the SPSS-22 software.
Results: The results of the analysis showed that there was a significant difference between night shift and day shift nurses regarding unhealthy eating behaviors and attitudes and negative repeating thoughts, with the difference being significant (P < 0.001).
Conclusions: According to the results of this study, it could be said that unhealthy eating behaviors and attitudes and negative repeating thoughts in nurses are influenced by the type of work shift (day and night).

 
Keywords: Eating Behaviors and Attitudes, Negative Repeating Thoughts, Nurses
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/08/1 | Accepted: 2017/11/21 | Published: 2018/01/31
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Hatamian P, Moradi A. Comparing Unhealthy Eating Behaviors and Attitudes and Negative Repeating Thoughts in Night Shift and Day Shift Nurses. IJPN. 2018; 5 (6) :31-36
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