Verpleegkunde Nummer 4 , pp. 25-29
dec 2020, jaargang 35
Verpleegkunde Nr. 4 , pp. 25-29
dec 2020, jr. 35
Proefschrift

Raise the lantern

Hoe licht kan bijdragen aan het behoud van een gezonde en veilige ziekenhuisomgeving met het oog op verpleegkundigen

De centrale vraag voor dit proefschrift is hoe licht en verlichting optimaal afgestemd kunnen worden op de behoefte van verpleegkundigen, met als doel de kwaliteit van patiëntenzorg en patiëntveiligheid hoog te houden. Goede verlichting ondersteunt immers de visuele prestatie van zorgmedewerkers, maar is ook van invloed op andere menselijke aspecten, de zogenoemde niet-beeldvormende aspecten van licht.

Literatuur

  1. Djukic M, Kovner CT, Brewer CS, et al. Exploring direct and indirect influences of physical work environment on job satisfaction for early-career registered nurses employed in hospitals. Res Nurs Health 2014;37:312-25.
  2. Mahmood A, Chaudhury H, Valente M. Nurses’ perceptions of how physical environment affects medication errors in acute care settings. Appl Nurs Res 2011;24:229-37.
  3. Applebaum D, Fowler S, Fiedler N, et al. The impact of environmental factors on nursing stress, job satisfaction, and turnover intention. J Nurs Adm 2010;40:323-8.
  4. Nightingale Fl. Notes on Hospitals. 1st ed. Mineola, New York: Dover Publications, INC; 2015.
  5. Price LLA. Report on the First International Workshop on Circdian and Neurophysiological Photometry (CIE TN 003:2015). Report on the First International Workshop on Circadian and Neurophysiological Photometry. 2015.
  6. Aarts MPJ, Kort HSM. Lighting conditions in hospital medication rooms and nurses appraisal. In: Healthy Buildings 2017 Europe. Lublin, Poland; 2017.
  7. Aarts MPJ, Craenmehr G, Rosemann ALP, et al. Light for patient safety: Impact of light on reading errors of medication labels. Int J Ind Ergon 2019;71:145-54.
  8. Aarts MPJ, Rosemann ALP, van Loenen EJ, et al. Influence of light condition on medication care in a hospital. In: Kobav M, editor. Lighting for modern society; proceedings of the Lux Europa 2017. Lighting Engineering Society of Slovenia; 2017.
  9. Aarts MPJ, Hartmeyer SL, Morsink K, et al. Can special light glasses reduce sleepiness and improve sleep of nightshift workers? A placebo-controlled explorative field study. Clocks & Sleep 2020;2:225-45.
  10. Berger AM, Hobbs BB. Impact of shift work on the health and safety of nurses and patients. Clin J Oncol Nurs 2006;10:465-71.
  11. Asaoka S, Aritake S, Komada Y, et al. Factors associated with shift work disorder in nurses working with rapidrotation schedules in Japan: The nurses’ sleep health project. Chronobiol Int 2013;30(4).
  12. Loef B, van Baarle D, van der Beek AJ, et al. Klokwerk + study protocol: An observational study to the effects of night–shift work on body weight and infection susceptibility and the mechanisms underlying these health effects. BMC Public Health 2016;16:692.
  13. Meijman TF, Thunnissen MJ, de Vries-Griever AGH. The after-effects of a prolonged period of day-sleep on subjective sleep quality. Work Stress 1990;4:65-70.
  14. Boudreau P, Dumont GA, Boivin DB. Circadian adaptation to night shift work influences sleep, performance, mood and the autonomic modulation of the heart. PLoS One 2013;8(7):e70813.
  15. Bracci M, Ciarapica V, Copertaro A, et al. Peripheral skin temperature and circadian biological clock in shift nurses after a day off. Int J Mol Sci 2016;17(5):623.
  16. Smith MR, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Practical interventions to promote circadian adaptation to permanent night shift work: Study 4. J Biol Rhythms 2009;24:161-72.
  17. Åkerstedt T, Gillberg M. Subjective and objective sleepiness in the active individual. Int J Neurosci 1990;52:29-37.
  18. Watling CN, Armstrong KA, Smith SS, et al. The on-road experiences and awareness of sleepiness in a sample of Australian highway drivers: A roadside driver sleepiness study. Traffic Inj Prev 2016;17:24-30.
  19. Mulder-Hajonides van der Meulen WREH, Wijnberg JR, Hollander JJ, De Diana IPF, van den Hoofdakker RH. Measurement of subjective sleep quality. In: Koella WP, editor. Sleep 1980, Proceedings of the 5th European Congress on Sleep research. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Karger, Basel, Switzerland; 1981.
  20. CIE. TN 003:2015 Report on the First International Workshop on Circadian and Neurophysiological Photometry, 2013. Wenen, Oostenrijk; 2015.
  21. Rhodes G, Bernstein J, Grendell R. Nurses’ drowsy driving prevention strategies: A qualitative exploratory multiplecase study. J Nurs Educ Pract 2019;9(6):73.
  22. Aarts MPJ, Aries MBC, Diakoumis A, et al. Shedding a light on phototherapy studies with people having dementia: A critical review of the methodology from a light perspective. Am J Alzheimers Dis Other Demen 2016;31:551-63.
  23. Aarts MPJ, van Duijnhoven J, Aries MBC, et al. Performance of personally worn dosimeters to study non-image forming effects of light: Assessment methods. Build Environ 2017;117:60-72.
Proefschrift

Raise the lantern

Hoe licht kan bijdragen aan het behoud van een gezonde en veilige ziekenhuisomgeving met het oog op verpleegkundigen

De centrale vraag voor dit proefschrift is hoe licht en verlichting optimaal afgestemd kunnen worden op de behoefte van verpleegkundigen, met als doel de kwaliteit van patiëntenzorg en patiëntveiligheid hoog te houden. Goede verlichting ondersteunt immers de visuele prestatie van zorgmedewerkers, maar is ook van invloed op andere menselijke aspecten, de zogenoemde niet-beeldvormende aspecten van licht.

Literatuur

  1. Djukic M, Kovner CT, Brewer CS, et al. Exploring direct and indirect influences of physical work environment on job satisfaction for early-career registered nurses employed in hospitals. Res Nurs Health 2014;37:312-25.
  2. Mahmood A, Chaudhury H, Valente M. Nurses’ perceptions of how physical environment affects medication errors in acute care settings. Appl Nurs Res 2011;24:229-37.
  3. Applebaum D, Fowler S, Fiedler N, et al. The impact of environmental factors on nursing stress, job satisfaction, and turnover intention. J Nurs Adm 2010;40:323-8.
  4. Nightingale Fl. Notes on Hospitals. 1st ed. Mineola, New York: Dover Publications, INC; 2015.
  5. Price LLA. Report on the First International Workshop on Circdian and Neurophysiological Photometry (CIE TN 003:2015). Report on the First International Workshop on Circadian and Neurophysiological Photometry. 2015.
  6. Aarts MPJ, Kort HSM. Lighting conditions in hospital medication rooms and nurses appraisal. In: Healthy Buildings 2017 Europe. Lublin, Poland; 2017.
  7. Aarts MPJ, Craenmehr G, Rosemann ALP, et al. Light for patient safety: Impact of light on reading errors of medication labels. Int J Ind Ergon 2019;71:145-54.
  8. Aarts MPJ, Rosemann ALP, van Loenen EJ, et al. Influence of light condition on medication care in a hospital. In: Kobav M, editor. Lighting for modern society; proceedings of the Lux Europa 2017. Lighting Engineering Society of Slovenia; 2017.
  9. Aarts MPJ, Hartmeyer SL, Morsink K, et al. Can special light glasses reduce sleepiness and improve sleep of nightshift workers? A placebo-controlled explorative field study. Clocks & Sleep 2020;2:225-45.
  10. Berger AM, Hobbs BB. Impact of shift work on the health and safety of nurses and patients. Clin J Oncol Nurs 2006;10:465-71.
  11. Asaoka S, Aritake S, Komada Y, et al. Factors associated with shift work disorder in nurses working with rapidrotation schedules in Japan: The nurses’ sleep health project. Chronobiol Int 2013;30(4).
  12. Loef B, van Baarle D, van der Beek AJ, et al. Klokwerk + study protocol: An observational study to the effects of night–shift work on body weight and infection susceptibility and the mechanisms underlying these health effects. BMC Public Health 2016;16:692.
  13. Meijman TF, Thunnissen MJ, de Vries-Griever AGH. The after-effects of a prolonged period of day-sleep on subjective sleep quality. Work Stress 1990;4:65-70.
  14. Boudreau P, Dumont GA, Boivin DB. Circadian adaptation to night shift work influences sleep, performance, mood and the autonomic modulation of the heart. PLoS One 2013;8(7):e70813.
  15. Bracci M, Ciarapica V, Copertaro A, et al. Peripheral skin temperature and circadian biological clock in shift nurses after a day off. Int J Mol Sci 2016;17(5):623.
  16. Smith MR, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Practical interventions to promote circadian adaptation to permanent night shift work: Study 4. J Biol Rhythms 2009;24:161-72.
  17. Åkerstedt T, Gillberg M. Subjective and objective sleepiness in the active individual. Int J Neurosci 1990;52:29-37.
  18. Watling CN, Armstrong KA, Smith SS, et al. The on-road experiences and awareness of sleepiness in a sample of Australian highway drivers: A roadside driver sleepiness study. Traffic Inj Prev 2016;17:24-30.
  19. Mulder-Hajonides van der Meulen WREH, Wijnberg JR, Hollander JJ, De Diana IPF, van den Hoofdakker RH. Measurement of subjective sleep quality. In: Koella WP, editor. Sleep 1980, Proceedings of the 5th European Congress on Sleep research. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Karger, Basel, Switzerland; 1981.
  20. CIE. TN 003:2015 Report on the First International Workshop on Circadian and Neurophysiological Photometry, 2013. Wenen, Oostenrijk; 2015.
  21. Rhodes G, Bernstein J, Grendell R. Nurses’ drowsy driving prevention strategies: A qualitative exploratory multiplecase study. J Nurs Educ Pract 2019;9(6):73.
  22. Aarts MPJ, Aries MBC, Diakoumis A, et al. Shedding a light on phototherapy studies with people having dementia: A critical review of the methodology from a light perspective. Am J Alzheimers Dis Other Demen 2016;31:551-63.
  23. Aarts MPJ, van Duijnhoven J, Aries MBC, et al. Performance of personally worn dosimeters to study non-image forming effects of light: Assessment methods. Build Environ 2017;117:60-72.
Over dit artikel
Auteur
Mariëlle Aarts
Over de auteur

Dr. ir. Mariëlle P.J. Aarts, opgeleid tot bouwkundig ingenieur en gespecialiseerd in licht en verlichting. Ze is als universitair docent werkzaam aan de Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e) bij de Building Lighting-groep. In 2016 startte ze dit promotieonderzoek en op 14 februari 2020 verdedigde ze haar proefschrift aan de TU/e. Het onderzoek werd begeleid door prof. dr. Helianthe Kort, prof. dr. Evert van Loenen en prof. dr. Alexander Rosemann (allen TU/e).

Correspondentieadres: m.p.j.aarts@tue.nl

Printdatum
11 december 2020
E-pubdatum
14 december 2020
ISSN print
0920-3273
ISSN online
2468-2225
DOI
https://doi.org/10.24078/vpg.2020.12.126263


Over dit artikel
Auteur
Mariëlle Aarts
Over de auteur

Dr. ir. Mariëlle P.J. Aarts, opgeleid tot bouwkundig ingenieur en gespecialiseerd in licht en verlichting. Ze is als universitair docent werkzaam aan de Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e) bij de Building Lighting-groep. In 2016 startte ze dit promotieonderzoek en op 14 februari 2020 verdedigde ze haar proefschrift aan de TU/e. Het onderzoek werd begeleid door prof. dr. Helianthe Kort, prof. dr. Evert van Loenen en prof. dr. Alexander Rosemann (allen TU/e).

Correspondentieadres: m.p.j.aarts@tue.nl

Printdatum
11 december 2020
E-pubdatum
14 december 2020
ISSN print
0920-3273
ISSN online
2468-2225
DOI
https://doi.org/10.24078/vpg.2020.12.126263