Quote from nitesky83
I like the topic but I have to use nursing journals and it's not easy to find many on something like that.
I dunno... this is difficult!
If you are concerned about having the necessary resources to write the paper readily available, then THAT's where you should start. Go to the library and browse several issues of the major nursing journals. See what's "out there" in the literature for you to use. That browsing exercise will give you a clue as to what topics are considered important by the people who work in that field (the authors, editors, and regular readers of the journals). It will also assure that you will have the resources you need to write the paper.
Too many students make a big mistake when they choose a topic for a paper. The start with thinking about some topic that sounds interesting without considering whether or not there is sufficient literature on the topic to complete their assignment. They should be surveying the literature to familiarize themselves with the general field as they thinking, incorporating what they learn from browsing the literature into their choice.
It's like making a meal when you are stranded on a desserted island. It would be silly to think, "Hmmm... what do I want for dinner?" and then go out and expect to find the ingrediants for a great meal just sitting there waiting for you. Instead, you would say, "Hm..... what's available on this island that I can eat?"
Unless you are a highly skilled, experienced nursing scholar prepared to forge new ground with original work, you should look at the literature BEFORE you pick a topic rather than wait until afterwards and then expect to find exactly what you want just sitting there waiting conveniently for you find.