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Submitted: 15 April 2014 Modified: 16 April 2014
HERDIN Record #: NCR-OLFU-14041510141811

The eye that never sleeps: Chronicling dreams among filipino nurse professorates.

Abstract

The present paper has adopted dream analytics in Nursing by attempting to explore Filipino nurse professorate's dreams as affected by several indices. Dream analytics is not a common design in nursing research. The corpus of data were the dream diaries and survey questionnaires distributed to eight (8) key informants as subjects. Statistical findings clearly indicate that workload has nothing to do with the occurrence of dreams by not rejecting H0 with P-value of 0.662 while length of sleep and emotions has significant relationship by rejecting H0 with P-values of 0.007 and 0.000. The aim of the study is to be the first paper in the context of Nursing in the Philippines to study the factors that can affect dream occurrence and to become a basis in elucidating importance of length of sleep and emotions in incidence of dreams specifically to the Filipino Nurse Professors.

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Thesis/Dissertations
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Nursing
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Our Lady of Fatima University

Objectives

The goal this paper is to find out if several indices like length of sleep, emotion and workload affect in the dream incidence of Filipino Nurse Professorates

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