Nursing Inquiry and Praxis III

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Doll Therapy as a Tool to Improve Pain Assessment for Dementia Patients

It is estimated that over 50% of dementia patients suffer from pain daily, which contributes to psychological distress, impaired social interactions, and behavioural problems (Corbett, Husebom, & Ballard, 2012). Pain assessment for dementia patients can be significantly difficult due to their inability to appropriately communicate their discomfort (Corbett, Husebom, & Ballard, 2012). As a result… Continue Reading →

Final Project – Website Link

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Dissemination (LA #10)

Conducting research is merely the beginning of the process when it comes to improving practice by method of research (Lobiondo-Wood & Haber, 2013). Once the research is conducted, the findings are disseminated either by research reports within journals or scientific conferences (Lobiondo-Wood & Haber, 2013). Dissemination is a necessary component of a study, particularly those … Continue reading Dissemination (LA #10)

LA10: Dissemination

Dissemination is the process in which research findings are presented to the community through resources such as publications, conferences, and training programs (LoBiondo-Wood, Haber, Cameron, & Singh, 2018). This is significant because when new usable information is found, it will be rendered useless if the proper dissemination is not used and no one hears about … Continue reading LA10: Dissemination

Dissemination Component {Murphy Stewart}

                                                   Dissemination Component It takes approximately seventeen years for evidenced-based research to be adopted into clinical practice (Fritz, 2016). This can affect patient care as there may be a more efficient… Continue Reading →

Rigour

Rigour refers to strictness in which a study is conducted in order for that study’s findings to be believed or trustworthy (LoBiondo-Wood & Haber, 2013).  Essentially, it’s the rules that researchers adhere to in order to maintain integrity of their study.  Without riguor, a study’s findings can not be taken seriously.  This study applies riguor … Continue reading Rigour

Dissemination: The Importance of Knowledge

In the era of globalization, knowledge serves as an exceptionally powerful tool for evolution and improvement (Umunadi, 2014). Nursing is consistently adapting based on evidence-based practice (EBP) guidelines disseminated from governing bodies such as the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO). For those conducting research in hopes of influencing the profession, it is exceptionally important … Continue reading Dissemination: The Importance of Knowledge

Updated Topic Background & Purpose

The Effects of Physical Activity on Leukemia Symptoms in Children

Project Plan

The Effects of Physical Activity on Leukemia Symptoms in Children

Ethics Assignment Draft#1 – LA 5

  Ethical Considerations for Research Mikayla Taus Laurentian University Cambrian College Site BSN 4416: Nursing Research III Laura Killam October 16th, 2018 Ethical Considerations for Research            Human ethics committees are often used to review studies to identify any risks to the participants and to ensure their protection (Guillemin, Gillam, Rosenthal & Bolitho, 2012). The… Continue Reading →

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