Publications

Original Reports and Reviews

  1. St. Hilaire M, Lammers-van der Holst HM, Chinoy ED, Isherwood CM, Duffy JF. Prediction of individual differences in circadian adaptation to night work among older adults: Application of a mathematical model using individual sleep-wake and light exposure data. Chronobiol Int. 2020; Sep 6:1-8. doi: 10.1080/07420528.2020.1813153 [online ahead of print].
  2. Zitting KM, Lammers-van der Holst H, Yuan RK, Wang W, Quan SF, Duffy JF. Google Trends reveal increases in internet searches for insomnia during the COVID-19 global pandemic. J Clin Sleep Med. 2020; Sep 25. doi: 10.5664/jcsm.8810. Online ahead of print.
  3. Barger LK, Sullivan JP, Lockley SW, Czeisler CA. Exposure to Short Wavelength-enriched White Light and Exercise Improves Alertness and Performance in Operational NASA Flight Controllers Working Overnight Shifts. J Occup Environ Med. 2020 Oct 14. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000002054. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33065729.
  4. Czeisler CA, Johnson MP, Duffy JF, Brown EN, Ronda JM, Kronauer, RE. Exposure to bright light and darkness to treat physiologic maladaptation to night work. New Engl J Med 1990;322:1253-1259. PMID2325721
  5. Van der Holst HM, Manzey D, Schmitt D. Preparing for Mars-psychological issues. In: de Waard, Brookuis DKA, Sommer SM, Verwey WB, editors. Human Factors in the Age of Virtual Reality. Maastricht, the Netherlands: Shaker Publishing; 2003. p. 325-337.
  6. Barger LK, Cade BE, Ayas NT, Cronin JW, Rosner B, Speizer FE, Czeisler CA; Harvard Work Hours, Health, and Safety Group. Extended work shifts and the risk of motor vehicle crashes among interns. N Engl J Med 2005; 352(2):125-34.
  7. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Kerkhof GA. Shift work tolerance and the importance of sleep quality: A study of police officers. Biological Rhythm Research. 2005;2:257-264.
  8. Santhi N, Duffy JF, Czeisler CA. Scheduling of sleep/darkness affects the circadian phase of night shift workers. Neurosci Lett 2005; 384:316-320. PMID15919151
  9. Van der Holst HM, Kerkhof GA. Individual Differences and Shift work Tolerance by Croupiers. Sleep-Wake Research in the Netherlands. 2005;16:79-82.
  10. Ayas, NT, Barger, LK, Cade BE, Hashimoto, D, Rosner, B, Cronin, JW, Speizer, FE and Czeisler, CA. Extended Work Duration and the Risk of Self-Reported Percutaneous Injuries in Interns. JAMA 2006; 296:1055-1062.
  11. Barger LK, Ayas NT, Cade BE, Cronin JW, Rosner B, Speizer FE, Czeisler CA. Impact of Extended-Duration Shifts on Medical Errors, Adverse Events, and Attentional Failures. PLoS Med. 2006; 3(12):e487. PMC1705824
  12. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Van Dongen HPA, Kerkhof GA. Are individuals’ night-time sleep characteristics prior to shift-work exposure predictive for parameters of daytime sleep after commencing shift work? Chronobiology International. 2006;23(6):1217-1227. PMID: 17190707
  13. Landrigan CP, Czeisler CA, Barger LK, Ayas NT, Rothschild JM, Lockley SW; Harvard Work Hours, Health and Safety Group. Effective implementation of work-hour limits and systemic improvements. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf 2007 Nov;33(11 Suppl):19-29.
  14. Lockley SW, Barger LK, Ayas NT, Rothschild JM, Czeisler CA, Landrigan CP: Harvard Work Hours, Health and Safety Group. Effects of health care provider work hours and sleep deprivation on safety and performance. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf 2007; 33(11 Suppl):7-18.
  15. Santhi N, Horowitz TS, Duffy JF, Czeisler CA. Acute sleep deprivation and circadian misalignment associated with transition onto the first night of work impairs visual selective attention. PLoS ONE 2007; 2:e1233. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001233. PMC2077929
  16. Whitmire AM, Leveton LB, Barger L, Brainard G, Dinges DF, Klerman E, Shea C. Chapter 3: Risk of performance errors due to sleep loss, circadian desynchronization, fatigue and work overload. In McPhee JC, Charles JB., editors. Human Health and Performance Risks of Space Exploration Missions. Houston: NASA SP-2009-3405; 2009. p. 85-116.
  17. Ftouni S, Sletten TL, Barger LK, Lockley SW, Rajaratnam SMW. Shift Work Disorder. In Barkoukis T, Matheson JK, Ferber R, Doghramji K, editors. Therapy in Sleep Medicine. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 2011; p. 378-389.
  18. Barger LK, Ogeil RP, Drake CL, O'Brien CS, Ng KT, Rajaratnam SM. Validation of a Questionnaire to Screen for Shift Work Disorder. Sleep 2012; 35(12):1693-1703. PMC1705824
  19. Duffy JF, Zitting KM, Czeisler CA. The case for addressing operator fatigue. Rev Hum Factors Ergon 2015; 10: 29–78. PMC4457397.
  20. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Kerkhof GA. Individual differences in the cortisol awakening response during the first two years of shift work: a longitudinal study in novice police officers. Chronobiology International. 2015;32(8):1162-7. PMID: 26317268
  21. Brainard GC, Barger LK, Soler RR, Hanifin JP. The development of lighting countermeasures for sleep disruption and circadian misalignment during spaceflight. Curr Opin Pulm Med. 2016 Nov;22(6):535-44. doi: 10.1097/MCP.0000000000000329. PubMed PMID: 27607152.
  22. Chinoy ED, Harris MP, Kim MJ, Wang W, Duffy JF. Scheduled evening sleep and enhanced lighting improve adaptation to night shift work in older adults. Occup Environ Med 2016; 73(12):869-876. PMC5606132
  23. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Van Dongen HPA, Drosopoulos S, Kerkhof GA. Inter-individual differences in sleep response to shift work in novice police officers – a prospective study. Chronobiology International. 2016;33:671-7. PMID: 27088753
  24. Zhang Y, Punnett L, PhillipsMcEnany G, Gore R. Contributing influences of work environment on sleep quantity and quality of nursing assistants in long-term care facilities. Geriatr Nurs 2016; 37(1): 13-18. PMC5860805
  25. Barger, LK, Rajaratnam, SMW, Cannon, CP, Lukas, MA, Im, K, Goodrich, EL, Czeisler, CA, O’Donoghue, ML. Short sleep duration, obstructive sleep apnea, shiftwork and the risk of adverse cardiovascular events in patients after an acute coronary syndrome. JAHA. 2017 Oct 10. doi: 10.1161/JAHA.117.006559. PMC5721882
  26. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Van Eekelen APJ. Sleep duration, Age and Chronotype in shift workers. Sleep-Wake Research in the Netherlands. 2017;28:35-8
  27. Zhang Y, Duffy JF, Ronan de Castillero E. Sleep disturbances mediate the association between workfamily conflict and depressive symptoms among hospital nurses. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs 2017; 24(8):620-628. PMC5585039
  28. Duffy JF, Murphy AS. Non-pharmacologic intervention to improve alertness and vigilance in older shift workers. CPH News and Views 2018; 55:01-2018.
  29. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Van Eekelen APJ. Fatigue at Work, Recovery and Sleep in Rotating Shift Workers. Sleep-Wake Research in the Netherlands 2018;298:23-25
  30. Zhang Y, Duffy JF, Ronan de Castillero E, Wang K. Chronotype, sleep characteristics, and musculoskeletal disorders among hospital nurses. Workplace, Health & Safety 2018; 66(1):8-15. PMID28732185
  31. Barger,LK, Sullivan, JP, Blackwell, T, O’Brien, CS, St. Hillaire, MA, Rahman, S, Phillips, AJK, Qadri, S, Wright, KP, Segar, JL, McGuire, JK, Vitiello, MV, de la Iglesia, HO, Poynter, SE, Yu, PL, Zee, P, Sanderson, AL, Halbower, AC, Lockley, SW, Landrigan, CP, Stone, KL, Czeisler on behalf of the ROSTERS Study Group. Effects on Resident Work Hours, Sleep Duration and Work Experience in a Randomized Order Safety Trial Evaluating Resident-physician Schedules (ROSTERS). Sleep. 2019. . PMC6685326 [Available on 2020-05-20]
  32. Zhang Y, ElGhaziri M, Dugan A, Castro M. Work and health correlates of sleep quantity and quality among correctional nurses. J Forensic Nurs 2019; 15(1): 42-51. PMID30789467
  33. Isherwood CM, Chinoy ED, Murphy AS, Kim JH, Wang W, Duffy JF. Scheduled afternoon-evening sleep leads to better night shift performance in older adults. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2020; 77:179–184.
  34. Zhang Y, ElGhaziri M, Nasuti S, Duffy JF. Musculoskeletal disorders and comorbid depression: Associations with working conditions among nurses. Workplace Health and Safety. 2020. PMID:31959087

Abstracts

  1. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Zhang Y, Barger LK, Wise JC, Murphy AS, Desnoyers BM, Qadri S, Ronda JM, Duffy JF. Sex differences in sleep and quality of life in healthcare shift workers. Sleep. 2020; 43:A146-147.
  2. Zhang Y, Thind H, Kim SJ, Punnett L, Nunes R, Reidy J, Duffy JF. Associations of low back pain and sleep among nursing staff. Sleep. 2020; 43:A389.
  3. Zhang Y, Thind H, Kim SJ, Soup A, Punnett L, Duffy JF. Workplace yoga program features and associations with shift work and sleep among nursing staff. Sleep. 2020; 43:A296.
  4. Lammers- van der Holst HM, Zhang Y, Barger LK, Wise JC, Murphy AS, Desnoyers BM, Qadri S, Ronda JM, Duffy JF. Long shift duration is associated with high risk for Shift Work Disorder. J Sleep Res 2020; 29(S1):262.
  5. Czeisler CA, Johnson MP, Duffy JF, Brown EN, Ronda JM, Kronauer RE. The effect of scheduled exposure to bright light and darkness on reported daytime sleep duration in simulated night work. Sleep Res 1990; 19:391.
  6. Czeisler CA, Johnson MP, Duffy JF, Brown EN, Ronda JM, Kronauer RE. Light induced adaptation of the human circadian system to night work. Abstracts, 2nd Meeting of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms, 1990:70.
  7. Santhi N, Horowitz TS, Duffy JF, Czeisler CA. A fixed sleep schedule can help adaptation to night shift work. Abstracts, 34th Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting October 23-27 2004, San Diego, CA.
  8. Santhi N, Duffy JF, Horowitz TS, Czeisler CA. Moderate intensity light in combination with scheduled sleep facilitates adaptation to night work. Sleep 2006; 29:A52-A53.
  9. Santhi N, Duffy JF, Gronfier C, Lockley SW, Czeisler CA. Moderate intensity room light can entrain the circadian pacemaker to a non-24-h day. J Sleep Res 2006; 15:54.
  10. Zhang Y, Punnett L, Phillips McEnany G. Sleep quality among employees in long-term care centers: The contribution of the work environment. Abstracts, American Public Health Association Conference, Washington DC, October 29-November 2, 2011.
  11. Zhang Y, Punnett L, Phillips McEnany G. Sleep quality among employees in long-term care centers: The contribution of the work environment. Abstracts, the 2nd Annual Symposium Challenging Issues in Community Health: The Role of Research by the Center for Clinical and Translational Science, UMass Medical, Shrewsbury, MA, November 30, 2012.
  12. Zhang Y, Punnett L, Phillips McEnany G. Relationships between working conditions and sleep quality among employees in long-term care centers. Abstracts, 2012 Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care: Bridging the Gap, Baltimore, MD, March 12-14, 2012.
  13. Zhang Y, Punnett L, PhilipsMcEnany G, Mawn B. Sleep duration and health outcomes among formal caregivers in skilled nursing facilities: The contribution of the work environment. Abstracts, the Semi-annual Sturbridge Symposium by UMass Lowell and UConn, Sturbridge, MA, Jan 17, 2013.
  14. Kotejoshyer R, Zhang Y, Buchholz B, Punnett L, ProCare Research Team. Investigation of physical workload and sleep quality in rehabilitation professionals. Abstracts, the UMass Center for Clinical Translational Science Community Engagement and Research Symposium, November 7, 2014, UMass, Worcester, MA.
  15. Zhang Y, Punnett L, Phillips McEnany G, Mawn B. Sleep mediates the relationship between work-family spillover and mental health of nursing home caregivers. Abstracts, the UMass Lowell Faculty Research and Creative Work Symposium, Lowell, MA, Feb 11, 2014.
  16. Chinoy ED, Kim MJ, Hong JY, Wang W, Duffy JF. Effects of scheduled sleep and enhanced lighting during simulated shift work on circadian phase, performance, and subjective sleepiness in older adults. Sleep 2015; 38:A75.
  17. Kotejoshyer R, Zhang Y, Buchholz B, Punnett L, ProCare Research Team. Investigation of physical workload and sleep quality in rehabilitation professionals. Abstracts, the UMass Lowell Faculty Research and Creative Work Symposium, Lowell, MA, March 11, 2015.
  18. Zhang Y, Duffy J, de Castillero E, Long E, Hallet K. Shift work and sleep among hospital nurses. Abstracts, the 2015 Lowell General Hospital Nursing Research Fair, Lowell, MA, October 13 & 20, 2015.
  19. Zhang Y, Punnett L, ProCare Research Team. Individual differences in sleep-wake habits and sleep quality among nursing home employees. Abstracts, American Public Health Association Conference, Chicago, IL, October 31-November 4, 2015.
  20. Zhang Y, Punnett L, ProCare Research Team. Relationships among work schedules, sleep quality, and functional disability of nursing home employees. Abstracts, American Public Health Association Conference, Chicago, IL, October 31-November 4, 2015.
  21. “Physical activity, sleep quality, safety and health outcomes of shift workers” by at the UMass Lowell Faculty Research and Creative Work Symposium, Lowell, MA, March 3, 2016.
  22. Zhang Y, Duffy JF, Ronan de Castillero E. Chronotype, sleep characteristics, and musculoskeletal disorders among hospital nurses. Sleep 2016; 39:A263.
  23. Zhang Y, Duffy JF, Ronan de Castillero E. Sleep disturbances mediate the association between work-family conflict and depression among hospital nurses. Abstracts, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver CO, Oct 29-Nov 2, 2016.
  24. Zhang Y, Wang K. Musculoskeletal disorders and comorbid depression: Associations with working conditions among aging nurses. Abstracts, American Public Health Association Conference, Denver, CO, October 29-November 2, 2016.
  25. Kim JH, Chinoy ED, Harris MP, Kim MJ, Duffy JF. Fixed vs. ad lib time in bed impacts sleep duration following simulated night shifts in older adults. Sleep 2017; 40:254.
  26. Zhang Y, Duffy JF, Ronan de Castillero E. Relationships of musculoskeletal disorders, sleep disturbances, and depression among hospital nurses. Sleep 2017; 40:410.
  27. Duffy JF, Wang W, Murphy AS, Isherwood CM, Chinoy ED, Kim JH, Kim MJ. Circadian and sleep homeostatic intervention strategies for older shift workers. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2018; 75(Suppl 2):A36.
  28. Zhang Y, Ghaziri M, Dugan A. Correlates of sleep quantity and quality among correctional nurses. Abstracts, the UMass Center for Clinical Translational Science, 2018 Community Engagement and Research Symposium, March 9, 2018, UMass, Worcester, MA.
  29. Zhang Y, Ghaziri M, Dugan A. Work and health correlates of sleep quantity and quality among correctional nurses. Abstracts, American Public Health Association Conference, San Diego, CA, November 10-14, 2018.
  30. Zhang Y, Kotejoshyer R, Punnett L, Buchholz B. Work- and leisure-time physical activity, musculoskeletal disorders, and sleep quality among rehabilitation employees. Abstracts, the UMass Center for Clinical Translational Science, 2018 Community Engagement and Research Symposium, March 9, 2018, UMass, Worcester, MA.
  31. Brainard, G, Clark, T, St. Hilaire, M, Rahman, S., Hanifin, J, Warfield, B, Kemp, J, Disoke, F, Glodjo, T, Jasser, S., Ayers, M, Panepinto, L, Kanumilli, S, Nelson, N, Hasher, D, Vadalia, S, Balaicuis, J, Byrne, B, Pineda, C, Gerner, Maida, T, Johnston, S., Moomaw, R, Barger, L, Czeisler, C, Lockley, S. Testing solid state lighting countermeasures to improve circadian adaptation, sleep, and performance during high fidelity analog and flight studies for the international space station (ISS). NASA Investigators Working Group Meeting, Galveston, TX, January 2019.
  32. Chow S, Zuber J, Zhang Y. Evaluation of physical activity and sleep quality among night shift nurses using Actigraph and Smartphone app. Abstracts, the 22nd UMass Lowell Student Research and Community Engagement Symposium, May 1, 2019, UMass Lowell, Lowell, MA.
  33. Duffy JF, Lammers- van der Holst HM, Zhang Y, Barger LK, Ronda JM, Murphy AS, Wise J, Desnoyers BM. Test of a sleep timing strategy to improve night shift performance in older healthcare workers. Abstracts, 2019 Quality and Research Fair, Lowell General Hospital, Lowell MA, Oct 29, 2019.
  34. Isherwood CM, Chinoy ED, Murphy A, Kim JH, Wang W, Duffy JF. Night shift alertness and performance are differentially influenced by sleep duration and wake duration in older adults. Abstracts, XVI Congress of the European Biological Rhythms Society, Lyon, France, August 25-29, 2019.
  35. Isherwood CM, Murphy A, Kim JH, Chinoy ED, Duffy JF. Scheduled afternoon-evening sleep improves night shift performance in older adults. Sleep 2019; 42: A117.
  36. Kim JH, Han SJ, Kim SM, Duffy JF. The effect of evening sleep following night shifts on sleep and alertness in nurses with rotating shift work schedule: Real world data. Abstracts, World Sleep 2019 Congress. Vancouver, BC, Canada, September 20-25, 2019.
  37. Lammers- van der Holst HM, Barger LK, Zhang Y, Murphy AS, Wise J, Desnoyers BM, Quadri S, Ronda JM, Duffy JF. Test of a sleep timing strategy to improve night shift performance in older healthcare workers. Abstracts, Discover Brigham 2019, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston MA, Nov 7, 2019.
  38. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Wyatt JK, Horowitz TS, Duffy JF, Czeisler CA. Bright light exposure enhances adaptation to a counterclockwise shift work rotation. Abstracts, Advances in Sleep and Circadian Science, Clearwater Beach, FL, February 1-4, 2019.
  39. Lammers-van der Holst HM, Wyatt JK, Horowitz TS, Ronda JM, Duffy JF, Czeisler CA. Individual differences in response to bright light exposure to enhance adaptation to a counterclockwise shift work rotation. Sleep Science 2019; 12(Supl.3):15.
  40. Weaver MD, Sullivan JP, Qadri S, Viyaran N, O’Brien CS, Landrigan CP, Czeisler CA, Barger LK. Scheduling Factors Associated With Resident Physician And Patient Safety In More Senior Residents. Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies held June 8-12, 2018, Henry B. González Convention Center, San Antonio, TX. SLEEP, Volume 42, Abstract Supplement, 2019. A 401