In this research, from the clinical documentation a qualitative study provides an outline description of the early cohesive Palliative Care for cancer. The aim or objective of this study is to find out the core component of the initial palliative care calls and to discover the main component of timing. As well as to link the comfortable palliative care visit notes to oncology during life-threatening situation including worsening and with the progression of radiographic diseases. The Sample is being used to represent the study of patients from diverse survival span. The method is the application which has been used to collect the data on palliative care patients with oncology notes and electronic health records.
Qualitative Critique of “The Ethics of Presence When Bathing Patients in a Nursing Home” Introduction This is an academic critique of a qualitative article published in 2012, by Maj-Britt Raholm, RN, MNsc, PhD. In the article, “The ethics of presence when bathing patients in a nursing home”, the researcher intends to create
D: The client discussed interest in living in an Oxford house after his release from PWC ADC (6/19). The client stated that if he was released from PWC ADC today, he would not return or violate probation. The client discussed that being on probation is not an issue for
In the study “A Qualitative Study of Sexual Harassment of Female Doctors by Patients”, it covers the issues some doctors experience based on their gender. The issues that this study covers it sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior pointed towards female doctors by their patients. Many female doctors experience harassment when their patients take advantage of the physical and intimate nature of medical exams or diagnostic questions.
Critique of a Research Article on the Relationship between Self-care and Obesity among Rural Midlife Women The author plainly identifies the issue of the correlation between self-care agency (SCA), self-care practices (SCP), and rural middle-aged women living in rural areas (Burdette, 2012). The actual statement of purpose, however, does not
Braaf, S., Rixon, S., Williams, A., Liew, D. and Manias, E. (2015), Medication communication during handover interactions in specialty practice settings. J Clin Nurs, 24: 2859–2870. doi:10.1111/jocn.12894
This author has chosen the question, “In low-risk pregnant women does the presence of a professional doula, to support the woman when laboring, provide improved maternal outcomes versus utilizing only family support as evidenced by patient satisfaction?” for the focus in her capstone project. The following questions will be answered in regard to each article: 1) How does each article describe the nature of the problem, issue, or deficit you have identified, 2) Does each article provide statistical information to demonstrate the gravity of the issue, problem, or deficit? 3) What are example(s) of morbidity, mortality, and rate of incidence or rate of occurrence in the general population? 4) Does each article support your proposed change? Following a literature search the author has selected 15 articles for review, which will be outline in this paper and
This research article Megan et al. (2016). The authors aim to use qualitative research methods to explore sake of taking care of patients with severe obesity, explore the doctors and nurses in the intensive care unit culture and influence. They participated in observed four months of nursing practice and interview
Using a grounded theory approach, the aim of this qualitative study is to develop a theoretical understanding of the trajectory of leadership careers for African American females in the US. The purpose of this study is two-fold; to examine underlying causes of why black women remain in low wage jobs to explain the economic impact of inequality of this undeserved group; and to assess the recent rising star African American female CEO Ms Ursula Burns at Xerox, who is currently the only female among three remaining African American male CEOs in the United States.
What is so stressful about caring for a dying patient? Nursing 314 – Research February 3, 2013 What is so stressful about caring for a dying patient? Death is something that we all have to deal with, be it in our profession or in our daily lives. This article discusses the reasons why caring for dying patients is stressful for nurses and is a high risk for burn out. The article also gives findings related to the study and gives recommendations based on the results. The study shows that education is needed for the nurses that care for the dying patient.
One issue that sports have been facing recently is that of doping. The article “A qualitative analysis of the experiences of elite athletes who have admitted to doping for performance enhancement”, published in the International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, by Kate Kirby, Aidan Moran, and Suzanne Guerin, provides
In the qualitative study, Struggles and resilience of African American women living with HIV or AIDS: A qualitative study researchers analyze responses of African American women living with HIV/AIDS over ten years who are active members of a support group. The primary objective of the qualitative study was to understand the strengths and resilience in enduring the burden of having HIV/AIDS. The study participants included ten women with an average age of 48.2 years. Participants were interviewed with the purpose to describe their individual stories of HIV infection and explore what encouraged acceptance of their diagnosis (Smith, McCarragher, & Brown, 2015).
Evaluation of the Findings The purpose of this qualitative case study was to provide a further understanding of how prayer can return to public schools. This qualitative case study research provides opportunities for each response to be evaluated
The methodology used in the work is based on a qualitative case study, in order to describe, compare and prove how the songs can be used as a tool to ease the English learning in the Pre-Primary class. The qualitative method is important because people who practise it try to
Men and women are similar in many ways, from the basic needs of a human; to the life goals we set ourselves as young adults. However there are also many differences between men and women, in particular the views men and women have on physical exercise. This essay will discuss three important reasons why a social researcher would use a qualitative form of interviewing rather than a structured quantitative form of interviewing, in regards to the differences between men’s and women’s views of physical exercise. The essay will begin by conversing what qualitative interviewing is, and then what quantitative interviewing is. Then following this will be the three reasons why this would influence a researcher to use qualitative interviewing in this particular circumstance. The essay will conclude with a summary of the findings of the essay.