Learning from a simulated self-rostering trial: The benefits and challenges for medical imaging rostering - a case study

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Sitters, Sharon
Petersen, M.
O'Callahan, Kait
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2023-09-16
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MRI technologists
self-rostering
shift systems
New Zealand
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Sitters, S., Petersen, M. & O'Callahan, K. (2023, September, 15-17) Learning from a simulated self-rostering trial: The benefits and challenges for medical imaging rostering - a case study [Paper presetation]. New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technologists Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand https://hdl.handle.net/10652/6159
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What is self-rostering? Benefits of SR in the literature: Project context Methodology Why Community-based Participatory Action Research (CBPAR)? First hypothetical roster Requesting behaviour First roster iteration Second hypothetical roster modifiations Requesting behaviour Second roster iteration Benefits and challenges References CBPAR in this project Creating and modifying the rosters
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