If the writer gave the systematic procedure the survey could be replicated. Use of quotation marks from the interviews allowed the reader to understand how the subjects emerged ( Lo Biondo-Wood & A ; Haber. In the information analyses subdivision of Kalisch ( 2006 ) the writer mentioned grounded theory method was used for extraction of subjects from the interviews. the reader doesn’t know the systematic procedure used. Fitness is the “criterion that provides the reader with an chance to find the utility of the informations outside of the study” ( Lo Biondo-Wood & A ; Haber. The writer should hold described informations impregnation as mentioned antecedently. The disregard of giving the bit-by-bit procedure inhibits the reader’s ability to follow the thought of the research worker. because of losing information the reader is diffident if this is survey is repeated in other infirmaries or other units if the same subjects would germinate ( Lo Biondo-Wood & A ; Haber. Findingss The writer gives great inside informations in the findings subdivision of Kalisch ( 2006 ) leting the reader “to apprehend the kernels of the experience” ( Lo Biondo-Wood & A ; Haber. There is little that can be done to decrease the demand on nurses but the profession can become aware of the need to support each other. Lamentation and loss: expressions of caring by contemporary surgical nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing 58(4), 339-347 Loiselle, C. ” the research worker helps us understand what nursing attention on a regular basis missed on medical-surgical unit and what are the grounds nursing staff give for non finishing these facets of attention. “Ensuring quality nursing attention and patient safety is a major challenge facing nurses and nurse leaders today” ( Kalisch. “…specific facets of nursing attention missed routinely and nursing staff grounds why these elements of attention are prioritized as less of import than others” ( Kalisch. The research identifies the procedure elements of her phenomenon instead than merely depicting it ( Lo Biondo-Wood & A ; Haber. Numerous research has been done on the phenomenon of caring by nurses specializing in several areas but the population of surgical nurses has been “relatively neglected in caring research” (Enns, 2007).Caring is a phenomenon that has been universal throughout nursing, it is a trend that will forever be current due to the ever changing scope of nursing.This paper will address the problem statement, literature review, conceptual underpinnings and research questions, research design/method, ethical considerations, sampling, data collection, data analysis, confirmability of the findings, interpretation and discussion of findings, additional considerations, and rating the scientific merit of a research report.Problem Statement The phenomenon of interest has been identified as the expressions of caring by nurses on acute care general surgical wards (Enns, C., Gregory, D., 2007).