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Therefore, prevalent pain for cancer patients can be reduced through non-pharmacological interventions compared to patients who do not receive non-pharmacological interventions, hence, making their last days comfortable within seven days. Evidence-Based Solution Because of the lack of skills to use non-pharmacological interventions for pain management, nurses are unable to relieve pain for cancer patients when pharmacological medicine fails to work. With the use of evidence-based practice, it is possible for nurses to understand and use non-pharmacological techniques to manage pain for the patients (Schmidt, & Brown, 2017). Moreover, using evidence-based interventions would enable the nurses providing care to cancer patients in their last days of life to personalize pain management techniques, thus, promoting patient-centered care. Nursing Intervention Because lack of proper pain management for cancer patients who are near death is a problem that decreases the quality of care nurses of...

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Capstone Project: Picot Statement on Terminally ill patients suffering from cancer

Johnson Barry
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