Reducing noise at night on a hospital ward

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Hospitals are noisy places at night which means patients do not always sleep well. This case study we illustrate how findings from interdisciplinary research informed a quality improvement project.

A case study from Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust to reduce noise at night on hospital wards and to increase the quality of patients’ sleep.

Reducing noise at night on a hospital ward: a case study PDF, 128.5 KB

A research study measuring night-time noise levels and patients’ self-reported experiences of sleep.

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