Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Nursing Pain Management in hospitalized patients with Cancer. It needs to be at least 2500 words.Download file to see previous pages… According t

Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Nursing Pain Management in hospitalized patients with Cancer. It needs to be at least 2500 words.

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According to Wood &amp. Kerr (2011:67), the focus of the research is essential considering that management of pain in hospitalized patients with cancer, is critical in ensuring patient’s comfort and quick recovery. Abstract The abstract in this research article is concise and clear with well-summarized features of the main report. The research by has outlined the strengths of research in a manner by showing the used methods of pain management and the factors that contribute to pain in cancer patients. Presentation in the abstract is excellent. However, there is a weakness in the abstract in that it does not show clearly some of the expected experiences of patients in pain. It focuses only on strategies for pain management, but does not outline whether there is pain related to cancer treatment. An abstract should provide a brief description of the whole study without leaving out essential details (Polit and Beck 2010, p.54). This makes this research less favourable for use by nurses in such a scenario. Introduction The introduction for this research is quite elaborate and clear. It has a clear purpose statement, and it is logical and straightforward. However, there are some weaknesses in that there is a lengthy citation at the opening, which seems too broad for the research purpose. The statistics used to give details about cancer are too many and are striking and conflicting at times. The literature review that is significant to this study forms only a small portion of the introduction. The introduction has mentioned that there are many factors, which contribute to pain in cancer patients, but it is not specific which factors it will cover or explore for better management pain in hospitalized patients with cancer. The citations used are also too old dating back to the year 1994. These might not give up to date information required for pain management in cancer, in the 21st century. The more recent citation used in the introductory part is 2000, which is quite far considering that new methods of pain management have come up in the last one decade. The use of old research studies in this study shows that there has been no significant change in techniques for pain management, which is not true. The weak support provided by old studies makes this research study unfavourable in a nursing practice. Statement of the problem The problem statement in this study is clear and unambiguous, and this makes the reader identify it easily. The researcher clearly explains the purpose of the study, the reason of carrying out such a study, the target group, and interest in helping in management of pain in hospitalized patients with cancer (Holland &amp. Rees, 2010:45). The strength in this problem statement is that it shows how the study is significant to nursing practice. It elaborates the best methods in earlier studies, to help the present nurses in managing pain in such patients. It also shows that apart from pain, other factors that contribute to such pain needs intervention to prevent the occurrence of pain. In general, it gives information about a holistic approach to pain management in such patients. This helps the nurses to provide adequate management to such patients. The statement of the problem also matches the methodology used in this study.

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