Dimensions of Nursing Principles: Exam 3 Assignment
Dimensions of Nursing Principles: Exam 3
1.What ethical principle refers to the clients’ right to make healthcare choices even if the health care provider does not agree with the decision?
- When World War 1 was over, which nursing leader became a nursing educator, eventually serving as a dean at the Yale School of Nursing?
- What is the most important element for the nurse navigator to include in the planning of care for a client? Dimensions of Nursing Principles: Exam 3 Assignment
THE CLIENT’S PERCEPTIONS AND BELIEFS ABOUT THE DISEAS PROCESS AND THE MODALITIES OF TREATMENT
- What is the term that describes nurses’ opinions, results, or the decision they make?
5.The primary purpose of which legislative act was to allow client records to be transferred from one provider or institution to another provider or institution?
B.HEALTH INSURANCE PORTABILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT
- A nurse assessing a non- American client for cyanosis is struggling because she does not know the appropriate skin color for the client’s ethnic group. How should this nurse do… assessment?
EXAMINE THE CLIENT’S ORAL MUCOSA.
- What process is used to track events leading to error. Identifies faulty systems and processes, and develop a plan to prevent further error?
ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS
- Which event in American history had significant impact on educational standards in nursing by shortening hospital-based nursing programs from 36 months to 30 months?
C.WORLD WAR II
- What exists if a smartphone of one brand can synchronize with a desktop or laptop computer of another brand to use some of the computer’s data?
- What is one of the main steps in developing critical thinking?
GAIN INSIGHT AND SELF-AWARENESS.
- What type of learner learns best by moving, experiencing, or experiencing?
- In nursing research, what is the critical link necessary to connect the researcher’s framework with the appropriate type of data collection?
- Which elements are commonly a result of workplace incivility?
TOXIC WORK ENVIRONMENT, ANXIETY, PSYCHOLOGICAL PAIN
- Why is disaster planning difficult for the elderly population?
THEY HAVE LIMITED MOBILITY AND CHRONIC DISEASE ISSUES. Dimensions of Nursing Principles: Exam 3 Assignment
15.What task may be delegated to a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) if each client is stable?
TURNING A CLIENT WITH A CEREBRAL VASCULAR ACCIDENT (CVA) EVERY 2 HOURS.
- Why is it important for nurses in general practice to have an awareness of forensic knowledge?
NURSES ARE OFTEN IN POSITIONS TO REPORT CRIMES OR PRESERVE EVIDENCE
- Who is universally regarded as the founder of modern nursing?
- The nurse knows that recruiting and retaining minority nurses is a primary concern of the healthcare industry. Which group/s of minority nurses is the largest?
ASIAN, NATIVE HAWAIIAN
- What is another name for a healthcare proxy?
MEDICAL DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY
- The nursing profession tends to use which term when attempting to explain apparent relationships between observed behaviors and their effect’s health?
- What is the difference between a theory and a model?
- A. A NURSING THEORY ATTEMPTS TO EXPLAIN APPARENT RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN OBSERVED BEHAVIORS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON A CLIENT’S HEALTH, AND A MODEL IS A REPRESENTATION OF SOMETHING THAT EXISTS IN REALITY.
- What specialized area of nursing below is considered a type of forensic nurse?
SEXUAL ASSAULT NURSE EXAMINER (SANE)
23.A nurse may be forced to decide between going to work and staying home with a sick child. The decision will be based on which of the following for the nurse?
24.What is the federally funded national health insurance program in the United State for people older than 65 years?
25.Joleen, a new graduate nurse is training with Mara, a senior nurse on the unit. Which of the following behaviors would support the idea that Mara is a persecutor? (select all that apply)
- MARA CALLS JOLEEN ”JOJO”. DESPITE BEING ASKED NOT TO.
- MARA HAS AN ANSWER TO EVERY QUESTIONS AND NEVER NEEDS TO LOOK ANYTHING UP.
- MARA INSISTS THAT JOLEEN ASSESS CLIENTS EXACTLY THE SAME WAY SHE DOES.
- MARA COMPLIMENTS JOLEEN ONE DAY AND CRITICIZES HER THE NEXT.
- What three-phase project was created to improve the quality and safety of client care by focusing nursing education on student competency?
Quality and Safety Education for Nurses
- The Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation (SBAR) tool helps prevent miscommunication among caregivers.
- What is the most obvious barrier to providing culturally competent care?
- Why is civility in nursing important for making a positive impact on nursing care?
CIVILITY ENABLES NURSES TO MAKE CARING THE FOCAL POINT OF PRACTICE.
30.What is the primary reason some nurses have difficulty in their role of managing the needs of the elderly or dying client? Dimensions of Nursing Principles: Exam 3 Assignment
THEY HAVE AN INTERNAL CONFLICT IN COPING WITH THEIR OWN FEARS OF DEATH.
31.Which habit does not promote critical thinking?
BEGIN WITHOUT AN END IN MIND
32.A nurse has forgotten to renew his or her nursing license by the expiration date and report for duty, and works the shift. What is the nurse violating?
- What is the primary goal of the nurse navigator?
ELIMINATION OF THE BARRIERS TO CARE TO MAKE MOVING THROUGH THE TREATMENT MAZE EASIER.
- The nurse recognizes cultural awareness as an important aspect to caring for clients. When do nurses develop cultural awareness?
WHEN VALUING ALL ASPECTS OF A CLIENT’S CULTURE.
- When does the encoding process of communication take place?
THE RECEIVER THINKS ABOUT THE INFORMATION, UNDERSTANDS IT, AND FORMS AN IDEA BASED ON THE MESSAGE.***
- What is considered the preferred strategy for dealing with and resolving conflict?
CONFRONT THE CONFLICT.
- If a nurse uses information from research as the basis for making decisions about providing care, this nurse is engage in which type of practice?
- The Institute of Medicine (IOM) published report in 2000, To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System, stated what was the cause of the estimated that 98,000 people die per year?
ADVERSE EVENTS AND MEDICAL ERRORS IN HOSPITALS
- Which communication style involve interpersonal behaviors that permit people to defend and maintain their legitimate rights in a respectful manner that does not violate the right of others?
- Which process allows interpreters to instantly transform emotions, idioms, colloquialisms, and other culturally specific references into analogous statements enabling second- language care?
- What is the process used to think about issues when deciding how to prevent client problems? CRITICAL THINKING
- What is the most effective method that nurses can use to impact change to the profession and nursing practice?
JOIN PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATIONS IN LARGE NUMBERS.
- Which client is the most appropriate for the Registered Nurse (RN) to assign to the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP)?
A CLIENT WITH DIFFICULTY WALKING AND REQUIRES ASSISTANCE TO THE BATHROOM ADDING POTASSIUM TO AN INTRAVENOUS (IV) BAG OF D6W THAT WAS ALREADY HANGING.
- What is the most accurate description of case management?
CASE MANAGEMENT INCLUDES OVERSEEING THE CLIENT’S CARE WHILE THEY ARE IN THE HOSPITAL AND FOLLOWING CLIENTS THROUGH VARIOUS PHASES OF CARE AFTER DISCHARGE
- What is the term used when analyzing a client’s issues and problems, which includes reasoning outside and inside the clinical setting?
- CLINICAL THINKING
- What is the federally funded program known for financing a large portion of maternal and childcare for the poor?
- The fact that all televisions will correctly receive a signal sent by a station or signal provider regardless of what brand of television is in…
- A nurse who is off duty discussing a client’s medical information with her neighbor is an example of what type of ethical principle?
BREACH OF CONFIDENTIALITY
- What does an ethical code provide for nurses?
FRAMEWORK FOR DECISION-MAKING
- Novice critical thinkers demonstrate which of the following skills?
RELY HEAVILY ON RESOURCES AND NEED CLEAR-CUT RULES.
- What organization provides nursing with a code of ethics?
AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION
- A Registered Nurse (RN) on duty is working past a client’s room and notices the client on the floor after what appears to have been a fall. Immediately the nurse thinks, “How can I help?” “What focused assessment should I provide to determine if the client is hurt?” “I need to call for assistance right away.” What type of thinking is the nurse displaying?
- Which situation is the nurse allowed to breach a client’s right of confidentiality?
A 32-YEAR-OLD COMES TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM FOR WOUNDS SUSTAINED BY A KNIFE.
- A family comes into a health care provider’s office and requests genetic testing due to a family member being diagnosed with BRAC II. The physician places a verbal order while other clients enter the office so the clients have the ability to over hear the conversation. What should the nurse be concerned that the physician potentially violating? Dimensions of Nursing Principles: Exam 3 Assignment
BREACH OF CONFIDENTIALITY
- What is an example of covert lateral violence?
MAKING FACES BEHIND THEIR BACK
- What is the first step in the delegation process?
DETERMINING THE SKILL LEVEL OF THE PERSON TO WHOM THE TASK IS TO BE DELEGATED.
- What attribute is best described as a “sense of knowing without conscious use of reason?”
- What are the goals for Healthy People 2020 to promote across the lifespan? (Select all that apply.)
- QUALITY OF LIFE
- HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT
- HEALTHY BEHAVIORS
- What is the SBAR’S primary focus in healthcare?
OUTLINE COMMUNICATION OF CRITICAL INFORMATION.
- What is the primary purpose for the development of the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) project?
FOCUS NURSING EDUCATION ON COMPETENCIES TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF MEDICAL ERRORS.
- In health care, what is are the attempts to guarantee when an action is performed by a healthcare professional is performed correctly the first time and every time thereafter is called?
- Which grouping represents the six quality and safety education for nurses (QSEN)
CLIENT-CENTERED CARE TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION INFORMATION EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SAFETY.
- When does the organ donation professional become involved in the care of the client?
AFTER DEATH HAS BEEN DECLARED BY A PHYSICIAN
- Which principle is based upon Nightingale’s spirituality?
A SENSE OF A DIVINE INTELLIGENCE WHO CREATES AND SUSTAINS THE COSMOS AS WELL AS AN AWARENESS OF HER OWN INNER CONNECTION WITH THIS HIGHER REALITY. Dimensions of Nursing Principles: Exam 3 Assignment
- Which individual can the charge nurse delegate the task of completing the admission assessment for a newly admitted client?
REGISTERED NURSE (RN)
- Where would a nurse look to find their scope of practice as defined by state law?
NURSE PRACTICE ACT
- What is an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury or the risk thereof serious injury, including loss of limbs or function?
- What are five phases of the nursing process?
ASSESSMENT, DIAGNOSE, PLAN, IMPLEMENT, EVALUATE
- A Registered Nurse (RN) just finished assisting a client to the restroom. Before leaving the patient’s room. The above displays knowledge and skills of which Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) competency?
- What does SBAR stand for?
SITUATION, BACKGROUND, ASSESSMENT, RECOMMENDATION
- What is one of the roles of a parish nurse?
SERVE AS HEALTH EDUCATORS AND COUNSELORS IN THE CHURCHES
- A physician writes a DNR order for a competent client. Which individual may give permission for this order?
- What are the four concepts that are common in most nursing theories?
CLIENT, HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT, NURSING
- How does the Institute of Medicine (IOM) define quality?
THE DEGREE TO WHICH HEALTH SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND POPULATIONS INCREASE THE LIKELIHOOD OF DESIRED HEALTH OUTCOMES AND ARE CONSISTENT WITH CURRENT PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE.
- Even if a client is not over the age of 65, clients with which chronic condition may be eligible for Medicare benefits? Dimensions of Nursing Principles: Exam 3 Assignment
END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE