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Título

SLEEP AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF NURSING STUDENTS

Introdução

Nursing undergraduate students, especially seniors students, may have sleep and quality of life affected by several factors experienced during clinical practice activities such as concerns about future professional life, working and double working shifts.

Objetivo

To analyze the quality of sleep and life of senior nursing undergraduate students.

Métodos

Cross-sectional, comparative and quantitative study with undergraduate nursing students from a private institution in southern of Minas Gerais. For data collection, the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), the WHOQOL-bref quality of life questionnaire, and a sociodemographic characterization questionnaire were used. For data analysis, association, comparison and descriptive statistics tests were performed.

Resultados

The sociodemographic profile data showed that of the 55 students, 80% were female, 74.5% worked and of these 41.8% were nursing technicians. Between the different periods, the results showed a significant difference regarding the psychological, social and environmental Whoqol domains, and PSQI score. Regarding to the presence of insomnia there was a significant difference for PSQI score and physical domain of quality of life.

Conclusões

The environment of clinical practice has been configured as a possible factor to cause changes in sleep quality and reduced quality of life of nursing students who are close to becoming nurses.

Palavras-chave

Sleep; Quality of Life; Students, Nursing.

Área

Área Básica

Instituições

Universidade Estadual de Campinas - Sao Paulo - Brasil, Universidade Federal de São Paulo - Sao Paulo - Brasil

Autores

Sandra Soares Mendes, Bruno Fernando Moneta Moraes, Carolina Pasquini Praxedes Salvi, Samira Martines Ciarrocchi Monteiro, Larissa Dela Libera Miranda, Milva Maria Figueiredo De Martino