The psychology of sleep: The impact of shift-working on sleep and how to manage this
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Course overview

This module is part of a series of modules and it is recommended that you do The psychophysiology of sleep and intrinsic and extrinsic sleep influencers before this or any others in the Psychology of sleep series. This series has been developed in partnership with Sleep Unlimited

This module will provide an understanding of the impact of shift-working on sleep and how to manage this with your clients.​​ It can be completed in approximately 45 minutes

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Intended audience

This module is suitable for all psychologists and allied healthcare professionals.


Learning objectives

By the end of this course you will:

  1. Be aware of the negative impact of shift work and jet lag on our sleep, mental and physical health
  2. Have an awareness of how to manage changes to work patterns and / or time zones
  3. Understand the significance of the human circadian rhythm in relation to shift-working and jetlag