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I have been there, I have done that, I prefer not to be in that situation anymore. It is self-evident that nursingpaper.com research papers are rather challenging; however, in case the right facilities are used, it shall be much easier. I'd recommend checking out the following sources:I'd recommend checking out the following sources:



CINAHL: This is a database that is specifically for nursing; it has in excess of five million articles on various topics concerning nursing. It is useful for searching for various studies concerning pain controlling.


The Cochrane Library: It is a set of posts containing works of reviews that can assist you in reviewing the literature and provide the latest findings on a certain topic. They have several papers on treatment to control pain for surgical patients.


Nursing journals: Many nursing journals of high quality exist that focus on research in the area of pain management. Less popular but rather scholarly, it’s possible to name such journals as Pain Management Nursing, The Journal of Pain, Anesthesia & Analgesia, etc.


Besides the above mentioned resources, it might be helpful to visit a Web site of a large nursing association, for example, the American Nurses Association or the National League for Nursing. These organisations usually have information on the research methods to be used and the management of pains.



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Red Velvet
Red Velvet
17. Juni

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to share some additional resources that I've found helpful for nursing research papers:

  • The National Institutes of Health (NIH): The NIH has a website called PubMed, which is a free database of biomedical literature. You can search PubMed by keyword, author, or title.

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): The CDC has a website that contains a wealth of information on public health topics. You can search the CDC website by topic, keyword, or date.

  • The World Health Organization (WHO): The WHO has a website that contains information on global health issues. You can search the WHO website by topic, keyword, or country.

I hope these resources are helpful!

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