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The Effect of Night Shift Work

Video   Mar 13, 2018 | AQNB Productions on Vimeo

 

In this video from AQNB Productions on Vimeo, Dr. Chris Harvey from the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience (SCNi) institute at the University of Oxford looks at the effects that night shift work can have on your physical and mental health and wellbeing and the steps you and your employer can take in order to reduce the impact it can have.

This video was made by Martin Kohout and AQNB Productions as research for a larger narrative film project, 'Shifts'.



 
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