you need to summerise the article. There is the article name and details in the attachment , so you can access it online.
you also need to answer a question.
Please read the summary and short answer question file attached.
The summary is like abstract of the article.
Please read the following carefully, you must summerise that article in your own word.
Summary usually contains the main topic, purposes and an overview of the content. It provides information directly from the report such as key
factors and the conclusion.
This must include specific elements and components:
-Background: a statement that identifies the nature of the work
-Aim: a statement of the purpose of work
-Method: a sentence or two that explains how the work was done
-Results: several sentences that describe the main findings
-Conclusion: Final sentence that describes the major impact of the work
The beginning of the summary should state the importance of the topic.
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Activity 1: Construct a one-page summary of the following article. Your summary must be 250 words (+/- 10%), 12pt Arial font and double-spaced
text. You do not need to include other sources/references or a reference list.
McHugh, M.E., Miller-Saultz, D., Wuhrman, E., and Kosharskyy, B. (2012). Interventional pain management in the palliative care patient.
International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 18(9), 426-433. doi:10.12968/ijpn.2012.18.9.42
Activity 2: Complete the table (50 words)
Consider the following list of non-pharmacological approaches to managing pain in patients receiving palliative care, and reflect on why nurses
might choose three of these strategies. Fill in the table and refer to the reference below if you need help.
• Heat or cold
• Physical therapies
• Relaxation and stress management techniques – including meditation and yoga
• Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy – a minute electrical current is passed through the skin via electrodes,
prompting a pain-relieving response from the body
• Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) – this form of therapy can help you learn to change how you think and, in turn, how you feel and
behave about pain. This is a valuable strategy for learning to self-manage chronic pain.
(Better Health Channel, 2015)
Non-pharmacological strategy Purpose
Better Health Channel (2015). Pain management – Adults. Retrieved February 10, 2015 from
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