Nursing Literature Review Sample Papers Essays and Term Papers

  • Job Satisfaction

    Job satisfaction of nursing staff: integrative review ABSTRACT Job satisfaction consists of a feeling of wellbeing, resulting from the interaction of several occupational aspects, and may influence the worker's relationship with the organization, clients and family. Hence, it becomes important for...

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  • Research Critique

    The Nursing and Midwifery Council [NMC] (2008) report that all professional nurses have a responsibility to deliver care based on current evidence, best practice and validated research when it is available, Gomm and Davies (2000) confirm this by stating that government and professional guidance insist...

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  • Criquing

    assurance that the evidence has practicality. Literature Review A thorough literature review allows for credibility of the study. The literature review provides the foundation for the study’s significance and relationship to practice. The literature review is generally summarised in the introductory...

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  • Work Stress For Nurses; Nursing

     What are nurse’s experiences of stress on the work place? A literature review Name Institution affiliation Date of submission Acknowledgements I would take this chance to show gratitude for my supervisor Professor. Hannabinah Mariane, my colleagues, my family and peers...

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  • Critucal Research Analysis

    Qualitative Research Critical Analysis Paper: Exploring Student Nurse Anesthetist Stressors and Coping Using Grounded Theory Methodology Introduction Nursing research began with Florence Nightingale in the 1970s and has since developed legitimizing the nursing profession (Loiselle & McGrath, 2011)...

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  • CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE IMPACT OF OBESITY SURGERY AND THE PARADOX OF CONTROL: A QUALITATIVE STUDY research carried out by Ogden, Clementi and Aylwin (2006) .

    this paper is to critically review the research carried out by Ogden, Clementi and Aylwin (2006) on “The impact of the obesity surgery and the paradox of control: a qualitative study”. This research was carried out to investigate the patient experience on obesity surgery. Therefore, this paper will try...

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  • Critiquing

    Critical review of published research article In this essay I shall be critiquing an article titled “Nurses’ preparedness to care for women exposed to intimate partner violence: A quantitative study in primary health care. This study was written by Eva M Sundborg, Nouha Saleh-Stattin, Per Wandell and...

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  • Systematic Review

     Systematic Review NUR/518 University of Phoenix Systematic Review The purpose of a systematic review is to attempt to find, evaluate and synthesize high quality research relevant to the research question. A systematic review uses carefully developed data collection...

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  • Critical Incident Analysis in Nursing

    UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF NURSING A PROPOSAL ON THE TOPIC: CAUSES OF HIGH FAILURE OF STUDENT NURSES AT LICENSURE EXAMINATION A STUDY AT KORLE-BU AND NURSES MIDWIFERY TRAINING COLLEGE BY IRENE TALATA AVOKA INDEX NUMBER: SC/NUS/10/0088 27TH JANUARY, 2011...

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  • Critique of Research Article Essay 1

    Essay 1 Tiffany Wilson Winston Salem State University Nursing Research 3303 Mary Ann Gaster July 08, 2013 Critique of Research Article Essay 1 The purpose of this essay is to recognize specific aspects of the clinical nursing research paper done by Carlee Lehna and Jack McNeil. I will define and...

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  • Critical Factors for Iso 9001 Critique

    Critique "Critical factors for effective implementation of ISO 9001 in SME service companies", (Psomas at al. 2010, p. 440-457) Introduction The paper in review is part of the Journal “Managing Service Quality” which was published in 2010. At the time of publication the authors were researching for the...

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  • Nursing/Medicine Research Report Critique

    Traditional versus Simulation Strategies in Nursing and Medical Students Khaoula Louati University of Athabasca Introduction The purpose of research in nursing and medicine is to acquire knowledge that would improve nursing and medical practices. The research paper that will be critiqued is “Comparison...

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  • Finance Thesis

    investigate into the benefits of nurse prescribing with special reference to palliative care units in the UK. The study progresses with a review of the available literature on the relevant topic and analyses the same to come out with major findings that are useful for the development of the profession and...

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  • Khawar

    * Marketing * Nursing * Debt Management * Advertising * Innovation * Procter & Gamble * Organizational Leadership * Cognitive Learning * HSBC Enter Your Topic List of Topics * * 7 Eleven * Abortion Essay Samples * Academic performance...

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  • Developing a framework for critiquing health research

    BSc, PhD, RN, RNT, PGCHE, ILTM, Head of the Institute of Nursing and Midwifery, School of Health and Social Sciences, Middlesex University BA, MPhil, RN, RGN, RNT, CertED, Senior Lecturer in Nursing, School of Health and Social Sciences, Middlesex University BA, MSc, PGDip, RN, DN, CertED...

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  • Acknowledging Fatigue of Tired Women

    place focusing on the patterns of fatigue. These must be understood in order to treat accurately. The specific significance of the problem to the nursing practice is not stated within the text. One can deduce that fatigue is multi-dimensional syndrome that requires care from all members of the interdisciplinary...

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  • Cooperative Learning

    Cooperative learning in teaching research to nursing students: Issues and Challenges Introduction Cooperative learning has been used widely in nursing education. This paper aims to review some concepts of cooperative learning and how it can be used for diploma level nursing students in a local polytechnic. Johnson...

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  • Analysing a Journal Article Using Qualitative Research Method

    When doing research nurses have come up with theories to expand nursing practice and these theories help ideas to be composed. Theory backs and puts forward research problems, research discoveries confirm or disprove theory explanations, as stated by Borbasi and Jackson, (2012).The research article that...

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  • Evidence Based Practice

    This purpose of this paper is to critically appraise a research article titled ‘ Aggressive behavior on acute psychiatric wards: prevalence, severity and management ’ by Choloe Foster, Len Bowers & Nijman (2007). This article was published in the Journal of advanced Nursing 58(2), 140 – 149. Accepted...

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  • Bereavement Theory and Application

    Combining quantitative and qualitative measures. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 19(6), 245-255. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apnu.2005.07.008 Problem. The authors in this study noted a lack of empirical bereavement literature relative to parental bereavement, with specific reference to mixed method...

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