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Cancer Pain in End of Life Cancer Patients Name Course Tutor’s Name 13th, January, 2013 Cancer Pain in End of Life Cancer Patients Introduction Pain management in end-of-life care harbors unique opportunities to both patients and caregivers. There are millions of articles and other literature materials available for a particular topic.
In particular, the paper analyzes the problem or issue identified in the articles, strengths and weakness of the articles and proposed recommendations/solutions. Lastly, the paper gives a rationale to support the choice of the literature and its significance to the project. The articles propose pain prevention theories other than use of therapies. The first search strategy applied in the study is the use of well-built clinical questions. In this context, well-built research questions are those deduced from the research topic so that they respond to key issues that form the topic. 1. Ferrel, B., Levy, M. H., & Paice, J. (2008). Managing pain from advanced cancer in the palliative care setting. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 12 (4), 575-81. The author proposes a gate control theory of pain among cancer patients in palliative care. In particular, the article recommends integration of physical, physiological, social, and spiritual therapies for the well-being of patients. This approach is of key interest to patients and caregivers/nurses. ...
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