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Publication No. 15-1558, 17-75. New York: National League for Nursing. Part 2 Nursing research: making a difference in people’s lives Chapter 4 Improving patient care Suzanne Willard Introduction Nursing research and clinical practice Symptom management Disease prevention End-of-life care Pain management Conclusions References 35 35 36 38 39 39 40 40 Introduction Nurses are present at the most intimate times in peoples’ lives. They provide quality care – the essence of nursing – based on findings by nurse scientists, whose recommendations regarding interventions have an impact on care.
2007) looked at whether counseling by nurses had an effect on risk factors in patients with hypertension. Although counseling did not reduce blood pressure, it did reduce some of the metabolic risk factors associated with poorly controlled hypertension. End-of-life care Having nurses provide end-of-life care was a goal even in the early days of the hospice movement. In an ethnographic study, Wright (2002) identified and described the qualities of nurses who work in this environment. Among the 12 themes that emerged, the most prominent quality was attending to, or being humanly present with, the patient.
Today, it acknowledges that both approaches can contribute to knowledge development. Although the philosophy of nursing science is still in its infancy compared to most other sciences, nursing’s growth and successful preparation of well-qualified researchers in the last 20 years have placed the discipline in an enviable position. It has achieved recognition by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the USA and by similar entities elsewhere, such as the Canadian Institute of Health Research.