Presumably by increasing endorphin levels massage seems to provide an immediate

Presumably by increasing endorphin levels massage

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Presumably by increasing endorphin levels, massage seems to provide an immediate relaxation and an ability to sleep immediately following the session, but it is unclear whether these benefits actually extend to total sleep, despite anecdotal support.Response Feedback:A research problem is an area of concern or phenomenon of interest about which there is a gap in the knowledge base needed for nursing practice. The problem identifies an area of concern or phenomenon of interest for a particular population and often indicates the concepts to be studied. p. 47 Question 9A master’s student knows next to nothing about Maslow’s theory related to hierarchyof needs but, on her advisor’s recommendation, decides to use it as a theoretical framework for her theory paper. The student goes to the library and accesses an old master’s thesis that also uses the theory and copies three pages, word for word. She uses the other student’s reference to Maslow’s work. This is an example of which of the following? p.185
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Module 1 Quiz -NURS-5366-407-PRINC-OF-RESEARCH-IN-NURSING--2019-Spring Question 10A nurse researcher works on a subacute orthopedic hospital floor. She notes that elders with knee replacements sleep as many as 16 hours aday, waking only for physical therapy and meal. She also notices that those with many visitors sleep fewer hours and seem to experience more pain. She wonders whether sleep in elders after knee replacement prevents pain, or whether elders select the coping strategy of sleeping more, in response to pain. She wants to identify the possible relationship between sleep and pain so she conducts a literature search which reveals only three descriptive studies on this topic (one quantitative and two qualitative). What is “the relationship between elders’ hours of sleep following knee replacement and its relationship with report of pain”? Response Feedback: 47
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