Medicine is a diversified field with as many diversified practitioners. Dissertation topics in medicine in nursing contexts involve academic research of a wide variety of phenomena and can be viewed in the list of suggested titles provided below.
Dissertation topics in forensic medicine correlate with public health issues and deal with analytical and investigative nursing care. Also provided below are assorted dissertation topics in community medicine to combine multidisciplinary issues with nursing practice worldwide.
A list of dissertation topics in medicine:
The following is a list of topics for medicine dissertations that you can consult to choose a relevant and interesting topic:
Teaching forensic medicine to nursing students- review of methodologies and challenges in the UK.
Forensic medicine in mental health nursing- antecedents and practical implications with reference to the UK.
Nurses' capacity for forensic applications in injury-related deaths in inpatient settings for dementia patients in the UK- review of literature.
Role of nurses in forensic autopsies in healthcare in the UK- literature review and analysis.
Workplace injuries application of forensic nursing in occupational contexts- review of UK-based literature.
Intimate partner violence in underserved communities in the UK and challenges for forensic nursing- an investigation.
A systematic review of forensic nursing guidelines applications to mortality in inpatients settings in the UK.
How can nurses aid in disaster-related deaths? Perspectives from forensic nursing.
Empathy in mental health nursing- how does it impact practical forensic nursing evaluations?
A forensic evaluation of stress-related deaths in nursing practitioners in Intensive Care Units in the UK- an exploration.
Screening for autism during pregnancies- role of forensic nursing and recommended guidelines.
How can nurses manage child safety programs in adoption and foster care in the UK? A review.
The scope of forensic nursing in correctional facilities in the UK and the US- a comparison of literature.
Human trafficking and the roles and responsibility of community health nurses- perspectives from the UK.
Historical evidence of forensic nursing and impact on current guidelines- a systematic review.
How can nurses provide quality care in the current global challenges in health care access? Transnational perspectives.
Nursing attitudes and healthcare provision to resident and refugee sexual assault victims- a primary investigation from the UK.
Post partum support through community health nursing- comparison of UK with rest of Europe. (find more midwifery research topics)
Forensic nursing evaluation of child abuse in foster care- an investigative discussion.
The role of the mental health nurse in Assertive Community Treatment teams in the UK- analysis of literature. (find more community health topics)
Forensic evaluation of death rates of elderly patients in nursing homes- a literature review.
Academic preparedness of nurses in practical elder abuse investigations- perspectives from forensic nursing.
Risk-based evaluations of Zoonotic transmissions in nursing homes and roles of forensic nurses in assistance programs- review of literature.
Nurse attitudes towards euthanasia- a primary investigation.
What challenges do developed countries face in community mental health nursing?
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