Impacts of Shift Work on Chronic Conditions

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Who: Dr. Rachael Blasiman and Hayley Shasteen at Kent State University are interested in shift workers and people with chronic conditions. You may still participate if you do not fit in either category.

What: Participation is anonymous and involves taking a survey that will take approximately 30 minutes. The survey will ask questions about shift work, chronic conditions, your general health, your sleep quality, and pain perception. You will also be asked to complete a short-term memory task, a working memory task, and answer some questions about your memory.

When: Ongoing

Where: Online https://kent.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8BcIpfIpJMYANfL

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