Sample Nursing Paper on Peer-Reviewed Source on the Euthanasia of Nursing New Zealand


The debate on quality assurance and certification is an emerging issue in the current world. Journals offering both archives and discovery have codified knowledge. Open access information is something making the difference in this profession. This article gives an examination to nursing personnel with the view of taking them as consumers. They work in a various setting as far as resources are concerned. This touches both software and hardware changing the information access mechanism to the best. Much openly accessible are not actually peer-reviewed. In this regard, an audit process should be initiated in open access publishing. The Excellence Research Centers of Australia are one of the initiatives instigated by the relevant authorities in Australia. Venues of containing useful offers on existing sources of this type. (Gilmour, Jean A., Susan D. Scott, and Nicholas Huntington)


Research into the decision making by nurses is at a slow phase although the evidence is easily becoming available. In the currently dated research, the evolution is quite amazing. Back in the days, they used majorly experimental knowledge as sources. Nevertheless, they also used physical sources, workplace sources as well as their basic nursing education. This study also showed that research writings for literature are more of the project publications themselves. The Internet has had a big influence on this issue. It has come with its mechanisms to access and disseminate information. Various policies and self-archiving emphasis in repositories among the institutions of learning. The zeal for academics joining the research articles access platform has given the whole thing an attractive picture. There exist very few publications on the open access in nursing literature. Thus, understanding on evidence is based on the clinical environment and technical competence of the personnel. (Wood)

However, the uncertainty in the working environment is blocking the way for nurses to utilize research. Translation of evidence highlights the diversity of knowledge transfer as well as practice development, evidence-based practice and evidence-informed practice. The practice development motivates the nursing professionals to understand the problems, the solution to them and team up with the rest of the staff in integrating new strategies with the current ones. Technology advancements are rapidly becoming the way forward for efficiency in service deliverance.


The findings are the backbone of the allegations of this claim. The frequencies of open format and access are fundamental too. The total number journals were close to 300 but only 15% adhered fully to the open access. These journals are seen as global average articles with a rate of 10% in the aspect of open access. The removal of the barriers opposing information accessibility is crucial in transferring knowledge and patient outcomes benefits. For marginalized areas such as rural and third-world settings, it is a perfect blend of the information transfer and sharing. (Bundy)The findings give the outline of investigations on practice integration barriers and the need to focus on clinical factors on top of the status of the relevant journal of open access.


The sample of our research was somehow rigid to ensuring good information sharing in the whole process. The open access rate being very high affects the global average. The unrefined state of the access tool for encouraging information retrieval and restrictions on the internet within the clinical setup. Poor implementation of restrictions may harshly affect the outcomes. This study was focused only on the ERA list which locks out the rest of the nursing journals.  The difference between the partially open and completely open is hectic to analyze. (Parker)


There are several instances of rebuttal in my research. The very notable one is the controversy between Montag and Beatty. Their views and arguments that the research was totally contradicting with mine. The two are focusing on burning out the information and findings I documented about this life touching research. To make the matters worse they are literary equipped academically to place my research findings I got to the highest levels possible. (Weller)


This is the first research of this kind. Despite the rebuttals, its success is quite amazing. The findings were surely helpful in building the nursing professional. The barriers in the institutional sector including lack of conducive development environment needs an immediate address. According to (Charlotte, and Barbara Brookes), this will ensure sufficient benefit to the health professionals.



Bundy. Australian and New Zealand information literacy framework. Perth: Gold Coast, 2004.

Charlotte, and Barbara Brookes. he Rationalization of Unethical Research: Revisionist Accounts of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and New Zealand “Unfortunate Experiment”. Perth: American journal of public health 105, no. 10 (2015): e12-e19., 2015.

Gilmour, Jean A., Susan D. Scott, and Nicholas Huntington. Nurses and Internet health information: a questionnaire survey.”. Melbourne: Journal of advanced nursing 61, no. 1 (2008): 19-28., 2008.

Parker. Practice nursing in Australia: a review of education and career pathways.”. Sydney: BMC nursing, 8(1), 1., 2009.

Weller. ts strengths and weaknesses. Information Today, Sydney: Editorial peer review, 2001.

Wood. A literature review of multi-source feedback systems within and without health services, leading to 10 tips for their successful design.”. Canberra: Medical teacher 28.7 (2006): e185-e191, 2006.