In so doing 50 nurses are interviewed and asked a series of questions relating to official guidelines as to the management and evaluation of pain within children.
It is expected that the results of the study will provide an abundance of suggestions for further in-house training opportunities to ensure that all nurses involved in paediatric care delivery service in accordance with best practice.
Using accepted NHS mentoring protocols as the literature framework for this study this dissertation charts the experiences of five students at three hospitals within the south-west of England.
It records their initial expectations of mentoring their experiences during the mentoring processes and their evaluation of the process thereafter.
Through this study a number of recommendations to improve the quality of mentoring is suggested.
Suggested initial topic reading: Spiritual awareness within nursing skills: A study in palliative care Palliative care can be defined as the active holistic care of patients with advanced progressive illness.
Accurate assessment and the evaluation of pain relief measures are pre-requisites to a health and fast recovery.
This dissertation seeks to measure existing attitudes to children’s pain within paediatric units in Turkey.
Using a range of research stratagems – but primarily interviews with the dying and their relatives – this dissertation gets to the heart of what patients and their loved ones would like from the professionals who look after them.
By tackling this sensitive area and doing so in this manner this dissertation is uniquely placed to offer not only insight but recommendations to further support the needs of loved ones and those that they leave behind.