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The Ghanaian surgical nurse and postoperative pain management: a clinical ethnographic insight
(PubMed Commons, 2014)
This study aimed at illuminating the perceptions and responses of Ghanaian surgical nurses regarding their patients’ POP. It also identified the factors that influenced nurses’ pain responses. A focused ethnography ...
An ethnographic exploration of postoperative pain experiences among Ghanaian surgical patients
(SAGE Publications, 2014)
The experience of pain associated with surgery has been a challenge for health care professionals for many years, and culture is said to influence pain. Purpose: This study focused on patients’ experiences of postoperative ...
Determinants of nurses’ knowledge gap on pain management in Ghana
There are concerns about adequacy of nurses’ knowledge and skill in effective pain management since effective pain management promotes early recovery after surgery. This study explores factors that accounted for Ghanaian ...