Personlig presentation av Ann Rudman
My research aims to explore individual and organizational factors in undergraduate training and health care practice that are important for promoting occupational health, professional competence, and the provision of satisfactory and safe health care. The research involves monitoring health and development during periods of change and challenge mainly for individuals involved in the health care system (i.e. students, employees, or patients). A key question here is to disentangle how and in what circumstances an event results in a stress response, reduced engagement, and bad health instead of a positive experience and wellbeing. This is done by using longitudinal observational study designs and experimental approaches.
I am interested in gaining an understanding of the processes that form and hinder personal and professional development during transitional periods, how to best prepare individuals for challenging times and how basic mechanisms drive the development of stress-related conditions including traumatic memories of trauma.
- Preventing Stress-Related Ill Health Among New Registered Nurses by Supporting Engagement in Proactive Behaviors : A Randomized Controlled Trial, Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 2020, Vol. 17, No. 3, 202-212. Article : refereed. .
- Consequences of early career nurse burnout : A prospective long-term follow-up on cognitive functions, depressive symptoms, and insomnia., EClinicalMedicine, 2020, Vol. 27. Article : refereed. .
- Registered nurses’ evidence-based practice revisited : A longitudinal study in mid-career., Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 2020, Vol. 17, No. 5, 348-355. Article : refereed. .
- The relationship between task mastery, role clarity, social acceptance, and stress : An intensive longitudinal study with a sample of newly registered nurses., International Journal of Nursing Studies, 2019, Vol. 91, 60-69. Article : refereed. .
- Problems with task mastery, social acceptance, and role clarity explain nurses' symptoms of burnout during the first professional years : A longitudinal study., Work, 2019, Vol. 62, No. 4, 573-584. Article : refereed. .