Research Paper Topics For Seminar In Nursing

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Seminars in Oncology Nursing is a journal for the dissemination of knowledge in the complex field of cancer nursing. The Journal, published five times a year, contains topical reviews carefully prepared by selected experts. Each issue focuses on a specific topic, with the aim of comprehensive coverage.

2017 Topics (Volume 33, Issues 1-5)

February: Surgical Oncology and Nursing Care, Guest Editor Amy J. Hoffman

May: Cancer Screening and Early Detection, Guest Editors Julie A. Eggert and Jennifer T. Loud

August: Multiple Myeloma, Guest Editor Beth Faiman

November: Interdisciplinary Management of Cancer Treatment Toxicities, Guest Editors Teresa Knoop and Debra Wujcik

December: Communication, Guest Editors Elaine Wittenberg and Betty Ferrell

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 Impact of nurse characteristics on optimal patient outcomes
  • Agency
  • Education
  • Certification
  • Experience
  • Outcomes related to use of RNFA

Perioperative Education and Administration

  • Effectiveness of Periop 101
  • Use of simulation for initial training and ongoing competency
  • Adequacy of staffing models

Gaps in Guidelines (not amenable to nursing-only research; needs collaboration)

Patient outcomes after implementation of Guidelines

Frequency and procedures for environmental cleaning

Contraindications for pneumatic tourniquet

Skin prep practices

  • Surgical site prevention bundle◦Hypothermia in special populations
  • Role of temperature and humidity
  • Role of laminar flow

Outcomes Related to Guidelines

  • Influence of culture 
  • Influence of cost
  • Methods to disseminate
  • Education practices


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