Theses/Dissertations from 2015
A Comparative Evaluation of the Learner Centered Grading Debriefing Method in Nursing Education, Marisa J. Belote
Sleep, Depressive Symptoms and Cognition in Older Adults and Caregivers of Persons with Dementia, Glenna Shemida Brewster
The Relationship between Hearing Status and Cognitive Performance and the Influence of Depressive Symptoms in the Older Adult, Julie A. Daugherty
Basal Salivary Oxytocin and Skin to Skin Contact among Lactating Mothers of Premature Infants, Jessica Marie Gordon
The Relationship Between Nurses' Emotional Intelligence and Patient Outcomes, Mary Kutash
Sexual Functioning and Body Image in Younger Breast Cancer Survivors, Carly Lynn Paterson
Cognitive Load of Registered Nurses During Medication Administration, Sarah Faith Perron
A Comparison of Quality of Life between Intense and Non-Intense Treatment for Patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and High-Risk Myelodysplastic Syndrome, Sara Marie Tinsley
Theses/Dissertations from 2014
Acculturation, Self-Efficacy and Breastfeeding Behavior in a Sample of Hispanic Women, Ivonne F. Hernandez
Knowledge and Acceptance of HPV and the HPV Vaccine in Young Men and Their Intention to be Vaccinated, Brenda Renee Jasper
The Relationships Between Sleep Disturbances, Depression, Inflammatory Markers, and Sexual Trauma in Female Veterans, Ellen Marcolongo
Factors Influencing Vaccination Decisions in African American Mothers of Preschool Age Children, Chauntel Mckenzie Mcnair
Examination of Possible Protective Effect of Rhesus D Positive Blood Factor on Toxoplasma-related Depressive Symptoms in Pregnancy, Lisa Lynn Parnell
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice of Primary Care Nurse Practitioners Regarding Skin Cancer Assessmnets: Validity and Reliability of a New Instrument, Debra Michelle Shelby
Theses/Dissertations from 2013
Knowledge and Practice of Reproductive Health among Mothers and their Impact on Fetal Birth Outcomes: A Case of Eritrea, Winta Negusse Araya
Race/Ethnicity, Subjective and Objective Sleep Quality, Physical and Psychological Symptoms in Breast Cancer Survivors, Pinky H. Budhrani
Factors Predicting Pap Smear Adherence in HIV-infected Women: Using the Health Belief Model, Crystal L. Chapman Lambert
The Relationship Between Socioeconomic Status and Body Mass Index on Vitamin D Levels in African American Women with and without Diabetes Living in Areas with Abundant Sunshine, Shani Vann Davis
Predictors of Quality of Life in Patients with Cutaneous T cell Lymphoma, Darcie Marie Deaver
Relationship between dysphoric moods, risk-taking behaviors, and Toxoplasma gondii antibody titers in female veterans, Allyson Radford Duffy
Prenatal Stress, Depression, and Herpes Viral Titers, Pao-Chu Hsu
Factors Associated with Fear of Breast Cancer Recurrence Among Survivors, Jean Marie Lucas
Sickle Cell Disease: The Role of Self-Care Management, Nadine Matthie
The Strong Black Woman, Depression, and Emotional Eating, Michelle Renee Offutt
Development of an Investigator-designed Questionnaire Concerning Childbirth Delivery Options based on the Theory of Planned Behavior, Chun-Yi Tai
Theses/Dissertations from 2011
Literacy and Hazard Communication Comprehension of Employees Presenting to an Occupational Health Clinic, Christine Bouchard
A Meta-Analysis of Cultural Competence Education in Professional Nurses and Nursing Students, Ruth Wilmer Gallagher
Relationship Between Cancer-Related Fatigue and Depression: A Pilot Study, Gloria Michelle Guess
A Comparison of Oncology and Non-Oncology Nurses in Their Knowledge of Cancer Pain Management, Nicole Houle
Evaluating Knowledge and Attitudes of Graduate Nursing Students Regarding Pain, Eric Bartholomew Jackson
Bone Marrow Transplant Nurses' Attitudes about Caring for Patients Who are Near the End of Life: A Quality Improvement Project, Leslie Lauersdorf
Translation and Adaptation of the Center for Epidemiologic Studies-Depression (CES-D) Scale Into Tigrigna Language for Tigrigna Speaking Eritrean Immigrants in the United States, Mulubrhan Fisseha Mogos
Nurse Manager Emotional Intelligence as a Predictor to Registered Nurse Job Satisfaction and RN Perceptions of the Practice Environment and the Relationship to Patient, Nursing and Hospital Outcomes, Jacqueline Cecilia Munro
The Relationship of Mid-Pregnancy Levels of Cytokines, Stress, and Depression with Gestational Age at Delivery, Melissa Molinari Shelton
Prophylactic, Risk-Reducing Surgery in Unaffected BRCA-Positive Women: Quality Of Life, Sexual Functioning and Psychological Well-Being, Sharon Tollin
Theses/Dissertations from 2010
The relationship between FAM5C SNP (rs10920501) variability, metabolic syndrome, and inflammation, in women with coronary heart disease, Jennifer L. Cline
The Relationship Between FAM5C SNP (rs10920501) Variability, Metabolic Syndrome, and Inflammation, in Women with Coronary Heart Disease, Jennifer L. Cline
Women’s Perceptions of Postpartum Stress: A Narrative Analysis, Nancy Gilbert Crist
Lived experience: Near-fatal adolescent suicide attempt, Phyllis Ann Dougherty
Exploring the Relationships among Work-Related Stress, Quality of Life, Job Satisfaction, and Anticipated Turnover on Nursing Units with Clinical Nurse Leaders, Mary Kohler
A comparative study of knowledge of pain management in certified and non-certified oncology nurses, Sherrie A. LaLande
Evaluating knowledge and attitudes of undergraduate nursing students regarding pain management, Jessica Latchman
Evaluation of Oncology Nurses' Knowledge, Practice Behaviors, and Confidence Specific to Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy, Rebecca Denise McAllister
Moderating the effectiveness of messages to promote physical activity in type 2 diabetes, Rachel E. Myers
Factors affecting the process of clinical decision-making in pediatric pain management by Emergency Department nurses, Teresa A. Russo
The correlation between neuropathy limitations and depression in chemotherapy patients, Melissa Thebeau
Theses/Dissertations from 2009
Fatigue symptom distress and its relationship with quality of life in adult stem cell transplant survivors, Suzan Fouad Abduljawad
Nursing advocacy and the accuracy of intravenous to oral opioid conversion at discharge in the cancer patient, Maria L. Gallo
Transitional care for adolescents with HIV: Characteristics and current practices of the adolescent trials network systems of care, Patricia Gilliam
The effect of ethical ideology and professional values on registered nurses' intentions to act accountably, Susan R. Hartranft
Falls in bone marrow transplant patients: A retrospective study, Lura Henderson
Predictors of cancer caregiver depression symptomatology, Henry R. Rivera
Psychosocial outcomes of weight stigma among college students, Sabrina Joann Robinson
The experience of fatigue and quality of life in patients with advanced lung cancer, Andrea Shaffer
The relationship between uncertainty in illness and anxiety in patients with cancer, Naima Vera
Shifting paradigms: The development of nursing identity in foreign-educated physicians retrained as nurses practicing in the United States, Liwliwa Reyes Villagomeza
Theses/Dissertations from 2008
Prostate cancer screening intention among African American men: An instrument development study, Susan Anita Baker
The geriatric cancer experience in end of life: Model adaptation and testing, Harleah G. Buck
Communication systems and HIV/AIDS sexual decision making in older adolescent and young adult females, Rasheeta N. Chandler
Relationship of anger trait and anger expression to c-reactive protein in post-menopausal women, Rosalyn Gross
Identifying patients with cancer at risk of experiencing a fall while hospitalized, Joann M. Heaton
The effects of a structured adherence intervention to HAART on adherence and treatment response outcomes, Donald E. Kurtyka
Modulation of monocyte-derived dendritic cell maturation and function by cigarette smoke condensate in a bronchial epithelial cell co-culture model, Alison J. Montpetit
Cancer patients with pain: Examination of the role of the spouse/partner relationship in mediating quality of life outcomes for the couple, Mary Ann Morgan
Development of an ecological model to predict risk for acquisition of Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea during acute care hospitalization, Susan Elaine Steele
Development and psychometric evaluation of the chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy assessment tool, Cindy S. Tofthagen
Health decision behaviors: Appropriateness of dietary choice, Daryle Hermelin Wane
Theses/Dissertations from 2007
The relationship between sleep-wake disturbance and pain in cancer patients admitted to hospice home care, Marjorie Acierno
Wheelchair positioning and pulmonary function in children with cerebral palsy, Lee Barks
Structural equation model of exercise in women utilizing the theory of unpleasant symptoms and social cognitive variables, Sarah Elizabeth Cobb
The Relationships Among Pain, Dyspnea, Constipation and Quality of Life in Lung Cancer Patients Enrolled in a Hospice Program, Lisa A. Laches
The influence of acculturation and other family characteristics on asthma outcomes in Hispanic children, Rose M. Nieves
Depressive symptomatology, patient-provider communication, and patient satisfaction: A multilevel analysis, Lorraine Marie Novosel
Back massage: Long term effects and dosage determination for persons with pre-hypertension and hypertension, Christine M. Olney
Relationship between nurses' management of pediatric oncology patients' symptoms and job satisfaction, Jennifer I. Rheingans
Effect of a preoperative warming intervention on the acute phase response of surgical stress, Vanda Doreen Wagner
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- Paediatric Care Standards in the UK: Comparing Nursing Practices in NHS Backed Hospitals and Private Institutions
Paediatric nursing dissertation topics have gained much popularity in student research over the past few years and paediatric nursing is now a leading field in academic healthcare studies.
This title will make a great study if you are interested in the legal or social aspects of nursing practices in the country. Not only will it show the difference between the caregiving standards of public and private institutions, there will be much to say on how the government is working over providing good healthcare to the public. With the aim of comparing the two kinds of paediatric nursing care, you will be able to make a fascinating set of study objectives that could be achieved both qualitatively and quantitatively.
- Retention of Diploma holding Nursing Students to Degree Programmes in the UK
The title is self-explanatory. It falls under nursing education and training, which is a very interesting area of research.
With this title, you can build a firm quantitative study about how many of the nursing diplomas issued in the UK turn into a bachelor’s degree. The study should also talk about the factors that affect this retention into higher education.
If you’re more of a qualitative researcher, you could tweak the title a little and focus on reasons why nursing students are/are not taking up a degree after getting their diplomas.
- Critical Care Nursing: Studying Patient Safety Protocols in the UK and USA
This nursing dissertation title will make a comparative study between critical care nursing standards of two countries (you can change the countries to suit your preferences). It is suitable for students who are interested in studying nursing policies and practices internationally. The aim of the study should be to make recommendations for the country of publication from the conclusions drawn out of the two studied countries.
There is plenty of literature available on critical care nursing in various countries to construct the title into a secondary data based study (if you can get access to institutions in both countries, go for getting empirical data for your study).
- Administrative Problems faced by Adult Nursing Staff in London
This title is all about what the nurses deserve and what they are getting, keeping the study’s focus on adult nursing practices in a city. The research objectives could include studying both public and private, or either, institutions to peruse current data on what kind of administrative problems adult nursing staff is facing and what is being done to lessen these experiences.
Likert-scale based quantitative data could cater statistical analyses of nurses’ responses about such problems and construct recommendations for the institutions and policy makers of the city.
- Studying the Subject Matter and Trends of Nursing Research Published in British Journal of Nursing (2001-2016)
This desk research title is for those students who would much prefer studying in the library in front of a computer screen with hot coffee by their side than going out in the field and collecting data.
The title focuses on BJN, a renowned publication in nursing and healthcare academia, and a number of strategies can be applied to study the literature they have published. You take your pick.
- The Role of Midwives in Providing Medical Services to Pregnant Women of XXX (any rural area)
Choose any particular rural area in any developing country where access to mainstream medical services is still a problem. Discuss the important role of midwives in such a situation and provide recommendations on how they can become part of the medical services through proper training.
- Risk of At-Home Management of Cold in Children: Role of Nurses in Improving Awareness among Caregivers
Research has raised concern over inadequacy of home-based management of cold in children by their caregivers and have highlighted the risks associated with poor management. The study will explain how nurses can play an important role in improving awareness among caregivers on whether or not to rely on home-based management and the adequate strategy for it.
- Practice of Breast Feeding among Career Women in the UK/US: Personal, Social and Legal Challenges
Students searching for nursing dissertation topics specifically for UK or US, breast feeding is a very popular one. Choose any specific clinic in a premises of highly educated neighborhood where you expect percentage of career women to be high and interview them about challenges they face with regard to labor laws, social attitude toward breast feeding and their personal preferences that can influence their practice of breast feeding.
- How effective is Long Distance Online Learning for Nurses? Attitude of Students and Teachers
Nursing being a practical subject is hard to be taught through long-distance learning. However, improvement in online technology has providedupgraded and better options for such learning. The study will survey students and teachers of a long-distance learning program to examine their attitude toward the effectiveness of such a learning program.
- Attitude and Behavior of Nurses and other Health Care Providers towards HIV Positive Patients: The Factor of Sexual Orientation.
The research will examine whether the sexual orientation of nurses and health care providers and their perceived sexual orientation of HIV positive patient influences their attitude towards the patients. The main motivation is a negative belief is society regarding sexual orientation of such patients as a large number of patients have been reported to be homosexual.
- Frequency of Screening among Patients Post Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation attending XXX.
Allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation requires proper post-transplantation management in order to protect patients from side-effects, leading to cases of morbidity and mortality. This is a recommended nursing dissertation topic for student who can access any medical institution providing stem cell transplantation.
- Psychological Well Being of Nurses Working in Intensive Care Unit
The fast-paced challenging environment of Intensive Care Unit is expected to cause psychological pressure on nurses working there. The study will use pre-designed general psychological health scale to measure well-being of nurses working in ICU.
- Factor Influencing Cognitive and Language Development among Premature Birth Infants: A Meta-Analysis.
To have a complete list of factors that can influence cognitive and language development among children born before the completion of 9 month period, the study will conduct a meta-analysis.
- Safety Protocols for Research on Domestic Violence: The Knowledge and Attitude of Nursing Students.
While there are safety protocols for protection of participants in any research involving cases of domestic violence, there is lack of research on how adequate are the guidelines regarding such safety protocols provided to the students. The study measure the knowledge and attitude of students about these safety protocols.
- Nurse-Physician Interaction During Emergency: A Case Study of XXX Hospital in Palestine/Syria/Yemen.
Expanding the body of research on nurse-physician interaction, the study will be conducted in any hospital where civil war conditions and terrorism has increased the frequency of emergency cases. In addition the security of health care providers in such areas is also at high risk and their healthy interaction is important from the angle of peer-support.
- Am I Healthy Now? Lifestyle Changes among Cancer Survivors After Successful Treatment.
The study is aimed to understand the life style changes among cancer survivors in order to live a healthy and prolonged life after treatment. For students of nursing schools, the topic provides insight to the intervention they can provide for supporting such patients.
- Power Relations among Nurses and Hospital Management: The recommendation for improvement.
While nurses have important decision making role for providing timely care to patients, hospital management often overlook the need of professional autonomy among nurses. The study converses upon the power relations between nurses and hospital management to highlight strategies for improving it.
- Quality of Care Provided to Patients of Acute Myocardial Infraction: Comparison of Day and Night Shift.
The study measures quality of care provided to patients of Acute Myocardial Infraction in a particular setting, controlling other environmental factors and compares the values for day and night shift. The aim is to examine whether there is decline in care provided during night shift.
- Education and Socio-Economic Status Affecting Smoking During Pregnancy: A Systematic Review.
The aim of the study is to compare the recent empirical studies and clinical trials on parental smoking during pregnancy and to examine the effect of education and socio-economic status.
- The Lived Experience of Women with Infertility: A Phenomenological Inquiry.
This qualitative and phenomological study will explore the experiences of women with infertility to highlight the social challenges faced by them and the coping mechanism such women adopt.
- Evaluating the Effectiveness of Health Education Provided to Mothers of Children with Very Low Birth Weight.
Using a quasi-experimental technique, the study compares the knowledge and child-care practices of mothers of children with very low birth weight in intervention and control group. Women in intervention group will attend a health education program.
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