Effects of individual characteristics on insomnia severity trajectory among nurses: A prospective longitudinal study.

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Summary of "Effects of individual characteristics on insomnia severity trajectory among nurses: A prospective longitudinal study."

To examine the longitudinal effects of individual characteristics on the change pattern of insomnia and the association of occupational stress with insomnia over time in newly graduated nurses.


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Name: Journal of nursing management
ISSN: 1365-2834


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