Work environment, volume of activity and staffing in neonatal intensive care units in Italy: results of the SONAR-nurse study

Mario Giuffre, Luigi Gagliardi, Simone Fanelli, Anna Persico, Roberto Bellù, Antonello Zangrandi, Carlo Corchia, Roberto Bellù, Rinaldo Zanini

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Abstract

Neonatal units' volume of activity, and other quantitative and qualitative variables, such as staffing, workload, work environment, care organization and geographical location, may influence the outcome of high risk newborns. Data about the distribution of these variables and their relationships among Italian neonatal units are lacking.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)34-
Number of pages8
JournalTHE ITALIAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS
Volume42
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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  • Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health

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    Giuffre, M., Gagliardi, L., Fanelli, S., Persico, A., Bellù, R., Zangrandi, A., Corchia, C., Bellù, R., & Zanini, R. (2016). Work environment, volume of activity and staffing in neonatal intensive care units in Italy: results of the SONAR-nurse study. THE ITALIAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS, 42, 34-.