For my bachelors and my masters I chose topics I was really interested in. For the masters I picked a topic that there was (at the time) very little research on. I managed to get hold of a number of uncommon books and lots of journal articles, i also wrote to embassies and organisations. I chose a topic i was passionate about so that I didn't get bored and give up. In the end, if I'm honest, I chose a topic that was way too big for me to handle and probably didn't get the mark I would have if I had picked a more manageable subject, but at least I never lost interest. sorry that's probably not much help
mosschops I have access to quite a few online journals through the OU. I could have a look if you like and email you stuff if i can find anything. ISI web of science is pretty good for searches like this.
thats the trouble I dont know. I was going to look at 'visitors to recovery' but can find nothing. My other options would be things like communication between theatre staff which there is quite a bit on.
I have looked at Blackwell Synergy and Cochrane Library so far, but I know I have lots more online databases to go through
theirs probably no research 'cause visitors aren't alowed in recovery...full stop!! (did i read it right??)
personally, imo don't make this too hard for yourself... tis quite stressfull in the 3rd year anyway, without going of on a mad hunt for info. if theirs lots of stuff on communication, do that (i speak as a lazy studyer!!) good luck,let me know if you want me to look out any info for ya (i'm at work fri)
Try ovid it usually gives good research articles on all things nursy/medical. You can get an Athens password form your uni phone your learning centre (library) give them your student id and they can if they are nice give you a password today. Just grovel a bit! Don't forget the BMJ you don't have to stick to just nursing research it crosses into Dr territory! Good Luck.