This is a paper that is focusing on the Barriers to pain management in cancer patients on hospice care. The paper also provides additional information to use in writing the assignment paper.
The clinical issue of interest in cancer patients articles review
Clinical issue of interest: Barriers to pain management in cancer patients on hospice care.
Read the 4 peer reviewed articles below. After reading each of the four peer-reviewed articles, identify the Research Methodologies applied in each of the four peer-reviewed articles. Use the Matrix Worksheet template attached to analyze the methodologies applied in each of the four peer-reviewed articles.
The analysis should include the following: –
1. Firstly, the full citation of each peer-reviewed article in APA format.
2. Secondly, a brief statement explaining why you chose this peer-reviewed article and/or how it relates to your clinical issue of interest, including a brief explanation of the ethics of research related to your clinical issue of interest.
3. Thirdly, a brief description of the aims of the research of each peer-reviewed article. A brief description of the research methodology used. Be sure to identify if the methodology used was qualitative, quantitative, or a mixed-methods approach. Be specific.
· Firstly, in dentifying Research Methodologies. Complete the Matrix Worksheet template in Word.
· Secondly, an introductory paragraph. State the purpose of the assignment the last sentence. (1 paragraph)
Thirdly, completed Matrix Worksheet Template.
conclusion (1 paragraph)
· Additionally, use APA format and double space all parts including the Matrix Worksheet Template ( ATTACHED)
· Also, use APA format including for the title page, references in text, and reference list. In the introductory paragraph, state the purpose of the paper in the last sentence.
· Lastly, the purpose of the paper must be stated in one concise statement and is specific to the assignment.
Firstly, Chi, N.-C., & Demiris, G. (2017). Family Caregivers’ Pain Management in End- of-Life Care: A Systematic Review. The American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care, 34(5), 470–485. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1177/1049909116637359
Secondly, Han, C. J., Chi, N.-C., Han, S., Demiris, G., Parker-Oliver, D., Washington, K., Clayton, M. F., Ellington, L., & Reblin, M. (2018). Communicating Caregivers’ Challenges with Cancer Pain Management: An Analysis of Home Hospice Visits. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management, 55(5), 1296–1303. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2018.01.004
Thirdly, Johnson, L. A., Bell, C. J., Ridner, S., & Murphy, B. (2019). Health-Care Professionals Perceived Barriers to Effective Cancer Pain Management in the Home Hospice Setting: Is Dying at Home Really Best? Omega, 30222819857871. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1177/0030222819857871
Fourthly, Wilkie, D. J., Ezenwa, M. O., Yao, Y., Gill, A., Hipp, T., Shea, R., Miller, J., Carrasco, J., Shuey, D., Zhao, Z., Angulo, V., Suarez, M. L., McCurry, T., Martin, J., Molokie, R. E., & Wang, Z. W. (2017). Pain Intensity and Misconceptions Among Hospice Patients with Cancer and also Their Caregivers: Status After 2 Decades. American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Medicine, 34(4), 318–324. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1177/1049909116639612