Free nursing dissertation titles
Perhaps the Impact of Exercise in the improvement of mobility in vascular dementia patients 65 years and over in a Worcester nursing home.
Provide evidence of the understanding the management of ashtma in children. Following BTS Guidelines.
What are Nurses perceptions of their knowledge levels and educational needs in regard to wound assessment and management.
A nurses role in combating pre-diabetes in the a clinical setting.
A systematic literature review on means of reducing risk of falls in elderly patients in hospitals.
An analytical, critical and evaluative written document derived from published and/or primary sources. At Masters Level, students are expected to contribute some original/creative work, by advancing arguments in the field of by presenting a different alternative.
Does an increased Early Warning Score change care/management of patients?
Does the critical care nurse have adequate knowledge when caring for a patient who requires a Pulmonary artery catheter?
Fatigue in lung cancer.
How does the midwife facilitate positive breastfeeding outcomes in postnatal women?
How effective is the care and management of patients with asthma attending Accident and emergency?
Management of acute illnesses in children using homoeopathy.
Mind and body management of specific coping strategies for chronic pain and rheumatoid arthritis.
Quality of life while living with leg ulcers due to pain, isolation, depression, exudate, odour and immobility.
Spirituality and Mental Health.
'The challenges that healthcare professionals have in meeting the spiritual needs of terminally ill patients.'
The clinical management of bleeding problems with women who use the contraceptive implant.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PERINEAL MASSAGE DURING ANTENATAL IN MINIMISING PERINEAL TRAUMA DURING THE SECOND STAGE OF LABOUR: THE MIDWIFE ROLE?
The transition process from National Health Service (NHS) to private practice for nurses working in aesthetic medicine, and the experience of mentorship.
Use of aseptic non touch technique as an infection control strategy.