A specific view at one way an ethical dilemma can be resolved in medicine or nursing.
An in depth look at some of the research in managing dyspnea in patients with end stage cystic fibrosis using various routes of opioids.
This is an example of a brief review of an article covering a current event in nursing. This is a common assignment to encounter in nursing school.
This was originally a school assignment. It is presented here with the original questions as headings.
This is a case study about a patient known as MK. This patient is living with polyneuropathy caused by exposure to pesticides.
A discussion of two videos regarding brain damage and occupational therapy, complete with citations for students.
A discussion on the application of the nursing theory of Martha Roger's and a brief comparison to the nursing model of Betty Neuman.
A comparison of two unrelated works that can be used to understand common issues. This was originally done for a nursing class.
This is part two of a two part article on Pressure Ulcers (also known as "bed sores"). It discusses treatment and prevention of the condition. Warning: some imagery may be disturbing.
This is part one of a two part article on Pressure Ulcers (also known as "bed sores"). It covers the cause and stages of the condition. Warning: Imagery may be disturbing.
A brief look at a book that describes the stages of grief the author went through in the time just after his son's death.
A look at a particular kind of hospital designed to provide western medicine from a holistic and collaborative approach.
An example of the specifics associated with neurological assessment.
A look at the problems with collecting accurate pulse oximetry readings in newborns. This is for nurses or anyone else interested in the technical aspects of infant care.
The debate of the ethics of genetic testing is more involved than it seems at first glance.
A glance at a potential emerging healthcare issue in the realm of the tobacco industry.
This is a short discussion of the differences between disabilities and chronic illnesses and how they are handled in the healthcare setting.
This is a brief discussion of how nurses can advocate for acupressure on behalf of their patients.
This is a brief discussion of many of the changes that are expected in the field of nursing in the coming decade.
This is an example of a proposal for addressing a clinical issue. The topic is the use of wearable devices for reducing fall risks in geriatric patients.
This is a critique of a QUANTITATIVE study on refractory dyspnea.
This is a critique of a QUALITATIVE study on the effects of opioids on treatment resistant dyspnea.
This is a scientific paper on the importance of varicella treatment and inoculation.
This article discusses the staging of cancer and the various complications that arise during treatment.
How does nursing staff ratios affect patient care? How are ratios affected by nursing leadership as compared to nursing management?
A brief comparative essay of the Baha'i and Christian faiths.
This paper explores a study on the use of yoga to improve the quality of life for female patients with breast cancer.
A look at a qualitative study suggesting that exercise promotes recovery in cancer patients.
This article discusses the Institute of Medicine's 2010 report on the future of nursing.
A discussion about health disparities in the United States' Hispanic population.
An example of how to conduct a family health assessment for nursing students.
A discussion of the benefits of receiving additional education in the nursing field.
Influenza is one of the most commonly encountered deadly diseases. Due to its high survival rate, people tend to treat it as unimportant, thus aiding in its spread.
Integrative learning is an important method of education that allows students to understand material better than rote memorization.
Many proponents of teaching children cursive site psychological and neurological benefits. However, research supporting this notion is sparse.
A common ethical dilemma in nursing arises when the religious persuasion of parents making medical choices for their children clashes with the doctor's assessment of what's best.
Evidence based practices are an important aspect of improving health care services and patient outcomes. This paper compares three journal articles and their discussion of evidence based practices.
Sex addiction is a commonly understood phenomenon. This paper explores whether hypersexuality can truly fit the definition of addiction.
An analysis of the themes presented in "Good People" by David Foster Wallace, taking into account the author's own religious context.
An Essay written for a Religious Studies class. It received an 'A.' Unfortunately, the corresponding works cited page has been lost to time.
A quick rundown of the surprisingly numerous parts of the famous Japanese katana.
Some helpful tips for when you get the urge to hit the open road college student style.
For anyone studying this piece of literature.
For anyone studying this is literature class. Or for fun.
A sophomore level essay on Identity Crisis.
For anyone taking an ancient history class who needs a run down of some of the big names in antiquity.