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datasetposted on 2023-05-24, 00:22 authored by Katya KovacKatya Kovac, Grace VincentGrace Vincent, Jessica PatersonJessica Paterson
This project aims to investigate potential barriers to the use of sleep inertia countermeasures under operational settings for emergency service workers. Data will be collected through an online survey using Qualtrics. A mix of quantitative and qualitative data will be collected through the survey. It is anticipated that qualitative data will be analysed using Nvivo 12 software and quantitative data will be analysed using SPSS software. This is one of 3 studies contributing to the final thesis. The final thesis aims to primarily investigate the effectiveness of exercise as a sleep inertia countermeasure. A secondary aim is to explore how workers experience and manage sleep inertia in the field, to advance the development and application of sleep inertia countermeasures.
PublisherCentral Queensland University
Place of PublicationRockhampton, Queensland
Author Research Institute
- Appleton Institute