Prevalence of depression and anxiety in end-stage renal disease: A survey of patients undergoing hemodialysis October Distress and demoralization of hospital nurses as a function of sources of stress and job seniority October Healthcare providers' neurobiological response to workplace violence perpetrated by consumers: Informing directions for staff well-being October Do patients' demographic characteristics affect their perceptions of self-care actions to find safe and decent care?
Use of integrative medicine approaches for treating adults with sleep disturbances October Using multiple methods of qualitative data collection to facilitate participation in research focusing on sensitive subjects October Compliance of Middle Eastern hospitals with the central line associated bloodstream infection prevention guidelines October Estimating the association between burnout and electronic health record-related stress among advanced practice registered nurses October Using cognitive interviewing to improve questionnaires: An exemplar study focusing on individual and condition-specific factors October Self-care model based on the theory of unpleasant symptoms in patients with heart failure October Burnout, compassion fatigue and psychological capital: Findings from a survey of nurses delivering palliative care October Do noise reduction interventions work in adult ward settings?
To care, to discover August The effect of oral hydration and localised heat on peripheral vein diameter and depth: A randomised controlled trial August The effectiveness of group counseling based on Bandura's self-efficacy theory on sexual function and sexual satisfaction in Iranian newlywed women: A randomized controlled trial August Exploration of nurses' pediatric pain management experiences in rural hospitals: A qualitative descriptive study August Cultural factors associated with physical activity among U.
An integrative review August Does partnership status affect the quality of life of men having robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy RARP for localised prostate cancer? Disparity between perceived and physiological risks of falling among older patients in an acute care hospital August Variation in pressure ulcer prevalence and prevention in nursing homes: A multicenter study August Correlates of structural empowerment, psychological empowerment and emotional exhaustion among registered nurses: A meta-analysis August A quasi-experimental pretest-posttest design study August Development and usability of a decision support App for nurses to facilitate aging in place of people with dementia August Use of dietary sodium intervention effect on neurohormonal and fluid overload in heart failure patients: Review of select research based literature August Scientific Misconduct June Nurse perceptions of family nursing during acute hospitalizations of older adult patients June Nurse work environment and job-related outcomes in Brazilian hospitals June I immediately went to a listing of 74 matching articles; I believe they contain the kind of information you are looking for.
When I was on the page that listed 74 matching articles my addr. Please forgive me for over elaborating; I felt sharing the process of finding it might help down the road, as opposed to just giving you the website. I have no idea what access to 'Highbeam research' full length articles cost, however; there's a 7 day free trial. We all know how that goes -- they are hoping you don't bother to cancel.
Anyway if you get the journal names, or book names or whatever off of highbeam you might be able to access the articles somewhere else like the library, or ask your school librarian for help. Again, if you just need to write an essay that gets you in the mode of thinking 'evidence based nursing' try this: Somebody previously posted an article about Ignez Semmelweis not sure of spelling. It was a great article and it bespeaks towards the end of the article about the dangers of ignoring EBN.
This guy provided EBN data that could have prevented puerperal fever in large part; he did so at a time prior to the use of EBN and offended his colleagues. My thanks to whoever posted it to begin with. On my selfish part I am starting to develop a portfolio of "technical writing" examples. It took me 10 minutes to do the search and about an hour and a half to write this reply. I tried running through the instructions myself, from scratch, after writing this.
It worked for me. Let me know if you found this easy to follow, or terribly convoluted either way, I'd really like honest feedback.
Sep 7, '11 by roser13 , ASN Joined: Spending an hour and a half to help someone with her homework! You are either very bored or very generous. There are also many nursing journals you should be able to access from your school library. I like Cinahl, Medline, Cochrane.
You will be able to enter your search parameters. As the others stated, make it a topic you are interested in, otherwise you'll put off the research and the actual writing. Sep 7, '11 by Jenni Occupation: I did my senior research project on therapeutic hypothermia for patients after cardiac arrest.
As in, is it an effective treatment option in preventing neurological damage or decrease the mortality?? There was a lot out there on it. Another one i did was patients on ventilators, getting them up and walking to prevent pneumonia.
Lots out there, just find something that interests you, or something you have seen in clinicals. If you like pressure sores and wounds, you could do something like the use of Honey in treatment of sores.
Sep 7, '11 by sunkissed75 Occupation: We had to do one every semester in my program for clinicals. I did one on pressure ulcer prevention once. I actually found a quatitative article on preventative measures. It was evaluating the effectiveness of the Braden scale. Search for it on medline.
Does your school have a subscription to any medical databases like this? Check with the library and they might have a free subscrition for you to use. That's how I did all of my research. I did another EBP paper on alternative pain management and it was an article on the use of pet therapy in pediatric patients.
I've seen other papers on pain management in burn patients too I researched workplace work-arounds I know it sounds vague. However, most of the hospitals in my area utilized barcode scanning systems to administer all of their medications and I was interested in finding out how creative the nurses were in bypassing the "rules" in order to administer the medications.
Did the nurses drag the laptop with cart into each patient's room every single time they afministered a med?
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