Utvalda publikationer - Petter Gustavssons forskargrupp

Consequences of early career nurse burnout: A prospective long-term follow-up on cognitive functions, depressive symptoms, and insomnia.

Rudman A, Arborelius L, Dahlgren A, Finnes A, Gustavsson JP.

EClinicalMedicine 2020; 27

Registered Nurses' Evidence-Based Practice Revisited: A Longitudinal Study in Mid-Career.

Rudman A, Bostrom AM, Wallin L, Gustavsson P, Ehrenberg A.

Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing 2020; 17(5): 348-55

Konsekvenser av utbrändhet i början av sjuksköterskors arbetsliv för karriärutveckling.

Rudman A, Gustavsson JP.

Socialmedicinsk tidskrift 2020; 97(1): 92-102

Monitoring the newly qualified nurses in Sweden: the Longitudinal Analysis of Nursing Education (LANE) study.

Rudman, A., Omne-Ponten, M., Wallin, L., & Gustavsson, P. J.

Human Resources for Health volume 8, Article number: 10 (2010)

Preventing stress-related ill health among newly registered nurses by supporting engagement in proactive behaviors: development and feasibility testing of a behavior change intervention.

Frögéli E, Rudman A, Ljótsson B, Gustavsson P.

Pilot and feasibility studies 2018 4: 28-

A prospective study of nurses' intentions to leave the profession during their first five years of practice in Sweden.

Rudman A, Gustavsson P, Hultell D

Int J Nurs Stud 2014 Apr;51(4):612-24

The relationship between task mastery, role clarity, social acceptance, and stress: An intensive longitudinal study with a sample of newly registered nurses.

Frögéli E, Rudman A, Gustavsson P

International journal of nursing studies 2019 91; 60-69

Quick returns and night work as predictors of sleep quality, fatigue, work-family balance and satisfaction with work hours.

Dahlgren A,  Tucker P,  Gustavsson P,  Rudman A. Quick.

Chronobiology international 2016 33;6 759-67

Early-career burnout among new graduate nurses: a prospective observational study of intra-individual change trajectories.

Rudman A, Gustavsson J

Int J Nurs Stud 2011 Mar;48(3):292-306

Psychological treatments for return to work in individuals on sickness absence due to common mental disorders or musculoskeletal disorders: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized-controlled trials.

Finnes, A., Enebrink, P., Ghaderi, A., Dahl, J., Nager, A., & Öst, L. G. 

International archives of occupational and environmental health 2019, 92(3), 273–293.

Monitoring the newly qualified nurses in Sweden: the Longitudinal Analysis of Nursing Education (LANE) study.

Rudman A, Omne-Pontén M, Wallin L, Gustavsson P

Hum Resour Health 2010 Apr;8():10