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Nursing Pain Management

This essay discusses a journal article that focuses on the assessment of pain and pain management by nurses. The essay analyzes an...

Postoperative Management of Pain and Nurses' Role

In twelve pages this literature review considers the changes in nursing roles as they involve the postoperative management of pain...

Pain Management Barriers and Nursing's Role

management. Howard Leventhal is responsible for developing an important research model that can be easily tailored to address any...

Nursing Practice and Pain Management Research

a lingering distrust of the qualitative approach, one that often has not been done well and has resulted in works that cannot be c...

Chronic Pain Management and Nursing Philosophy

stronger. The authors make no comment on whether any of the individuals were concerned about becoming dependent on their pa...

Nursing and Elderly Pain Management Strategy

In eleven pages this paper examines such strategic pain management for senior citizens as guided imagery, meditation, and massage ...

Nursing Theory and Pain Management

deal of pain likely will occur during the first 24 hours after surgery (Drakeford, Pettine, Brookshire and Ebert, 1991). Preventi...

Theoretical Nursing Perspectives on Pain Management

from pain that began after radiation therapy that caused nerve damage (Fischman, 2000). After receiving therapy at a pain clinic, ...

Nursing Literature and Pain Management

that is, a full-fledged study, the independent variable refers to the part of the methodology that is manipulated and the dependen...

Pain Management and Nursing

appears a simple enough way in which to establish the particular approach toward pain management for a given patient. However, re...

Pain Management and Nursing Involvement Increases

a long period, have the opportunity to build relationships with them and are able to come to know the individual patients response...

Pain Management, A Nursing Perspective

This research paper presents a discussion of nursing care and pain management. Five pages in length, five sources are cited. ...

Openness and Truth in 'Growing Pains' by Anndee Hochman

In three pages this paper considers the essay by Hochman regarding familial bonds and how being gay or lesbian tests them. One so...

Nursing Concept Analysis of Chronic Pain

In fifteen pages this research paper defines chronic pain and discusses its treatment based on current professional literature. N...

Chronic Pain Relief and a Nursing Research Proposal

18 to 89 years old. All of the members of the aggregate have been referred to the alternative program by a physician, ensuring th...

Pain Requirements of Cognitive-Impasired Nursing Home Residents

expressing his or her misery. Such caregivers may have experienced patients who are as likely to cry out, thrash around, or simply...

Pain Management Literature Review

p. 29), as stated in its title. Mean age was 81; 218 participants completed the study. The researchers evaluated the differences...

Outpatient Clinic for Pain Management Establishment

surgery. Preventing such intense pain often requires less drug use than does alleviating the pain once it has begun (Siwek, 2001)...

Various methods of pain management

in acute care is sensitive about the use of drugs in recovering patients. Exposure of abuses of past years has raised awareness o...

Theory-Driven Praxis—Personal Framework

Domain concepts Health: The traditional understanding of "health" is that is the absence of illness and/or injury. However, for ...

Home Care Senior Citizen Patients and Chronic Undertreatment

2. constant monitoring for potential complications 3. the willingness to utilize both pharmacological and nonpharmacologi...

Pain Management and Long Term Care Residents' Rights

old signs of questionable care still apply, however. Unexplained injury or falls, the occurrence of pressure sores, and evidence ...

Overview of Pain Management

causes the pain to become more intense than it would normally appear if the patient realized it was only triggered by a properly t...

Lung Cancer in Men and Pain Management Through Narcotics

the 5 year mark after diagnosis (Kreamer, 2003). Tobacco use is the leading risk factor in regards to developing lung cancer and 8...

Pain Management and Music Therapy

a role, as well as the elements of the music itself. Studies show that slow rhythms tend to be calming, while faster tempos tend t...

Neonatal Circumcision and Pain Management and Assessment

still exists as to the necessity and long-term benefits of circumcision. Virtually all agree that if circumcision is to be done, ...

Terminally Ill Patients and Nursing Care

the needs of the dying and her work indicates that there are times when the most meaningful communication that a nurse can offer i...

Suggestions for a Clinical Journal Entry

to answer Mary or look at her. Mary continued to talk soothingly, rubbing Angelas back lightly as she did so. She talked about how...

Psychoeducation Programs and Their Impact on the Self Management of Chronic Pain

This paper critiques the 2008 nursing journal article Randomized Control Trial of a Psychoeducation Program for the Self Managemen...

Leadership and Management in Nursing

management, in recent years, has been quite extensive. This body of empirical evidence and commentary largely supports the concept...