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Current issues MSQ:
Characteristics of Environmental issues are:
d. all the above
Nursing issues may start from:
Exploration of issues are all the following expect:
d. social & economic
The arise of nursing issues are out of all the following expect:
b. Opportunities, political, social, and practical realities
c. The presence or absence of human and physical resources
d. the nature of nurses’ work
Groups who lack clear goals often feel frustrated and lost is:
a. Establishment of Clear Goals and Outcomes
c. external changes
d. none of the above
A Driving Force for Change is:
a. originates from outside the person or organization
b. most effective leaders in a group are not the ones who are officially designated as the leaders
c. Change can occur only when the driving force is greater than the restraining force
d. all the above
Leadership-Style Theory is
High Task–Low Relationship is
A. similar to the authoritarian style
B. High Relationship–Low Task
C. High Task–Low Relationship
All of The following is the purpose for National League for Nursing except:
a. maintain and improve the standards of nursing education.
b. The NLN is also a strong force in community health nursing
c. Foster the development and improvement of hospital
d. help colleges with schools of nursing work together
…………. is the listing, or registering, of names on an official roster after certain pre- established criteria have been met.
c. Mandatory Licensure
……………. is a granting of credentials to indicate that an individual has achieved a level of ability higher than the minimal level of competency indicated by licensure.
a. Organizational Certification
b. Individual Certification
…………. is necessary to ensure that everyone who claims to be a nurse can function at a minimal level of competency and safety.
a. The American Nurses Association.
b. Special-Interest Organizations
c. The International Council of Nurses.
Which of the following is protects the registered nurse title but not the practice of nursing itself.
a. Mandatory Licensure
b. Institutional Licensure
c. Permissive Licensure
d. None of the above
Which of the following is the propose for National Student Nurses’ Association
a. established in 1953 to represent the needs of nursing students.
b. Curriculum development and evaluation techniques
c. Help maintain high standards of education in schools of nursing
d. All the above
is the process by which health professionals impart information to patients:
Is defined as the principle by which individuals and groups of people learn to behave in a manner conducive to the promotion, maintenance, or restoration of health.
Nursing education should prepare students to function in the following key roles. Except:
who advocate for health and initiate health activities on behalf of the community.
Patient Education Materials Printed Materials. Except:
Health information web sites
Patient Education Material Visual Material. Except:
classes and seminars
Process of Education:
all of above
Benefits of Preoperative Education
Reduces patient anxiety and fear
Reduces use of pain medication
Reduces recovery time
all of above
Create a written history and keep records:
Put the plan in motion, help patients along the way to reach the objectives you’ve set together:
who choose interventions and technology in an ethical and cost effective way.
who work effectively with colleagues, staff and other organization and who collect, analyze, and use health data to meet the health needs of individuals and communities
is an active, organized, cognitive process used to carefully examine one’s thinking and the thinking of others it's definition of what of the following:
Which of the following is from critical thinking importance?
Critical thinking is the key to resolving problems
Need to make accurate and appropriate clinical decisions
Need to be able to think creatively when planning care for clients
ALL of the above
all the following are characteristics of critical thinking except:
All the following are Critical Thinking Competencies except:
All the following are ATTITUDES OF CRITICAL THINKERS except:
Knowledgeable of their biases & limitations.
to have an opinion, to reflect on or ponder, to call to mind or remember to devise a plan, to form a mental picture of (image), to reason. Meaning of:
ability to use language.
reasoning from the general to the specific meaning of:
The ability to use language effectively and express yourself Meaning of:
is a complete network of agencies, facilities, and all providers of health care in specified geographic area?
Health Care System
Health care should be:
All the above
Levels of prevention
all of the above
The forestalling of the onset of illness or injury during the pre- pathogenesis period (before the disease process begins)
none of the above
The early diagnosis and prompt treatment of disease before the disease becomes advanced and disability becomes severe
The retraining, reeducation , and rehabilitation of the patient who has already incurred disability
…………. A group of tasks assigned to one individual:
the Model approach to determine include:
all the following is characteristics of traits except:
Specialized body of knowledge
High intellectual level
Public service and altruistic activities
is the practice of nursing in which interventions are based on data from research that demonstrates that they are appropriate and successful:
Nurses’ Code of Ethics
Autonomy and Independence
Specialized Body of Knowledge
refers to the increased amount of power that an individual or group is either given or gains:
none of above
Origins of Power include:
………………. A person who belongs to and practices a profession.
political power and the amount of money that the person in that occupation earns.
A & B
The profession of nursing meets most of the traits criteria but falls short in a few areas Except:
High Intellectual Level of Functioning.
Specialized Body of Knowledge.
Professional Identity and Development
In the early stages of the development of nursing practice, this criterion did not apply. which of the following:
……..… Medical—limited only by specialization Some serve as primary care providers:
Increase Power in Nursing by:
Political Activity and networking
Accountability and Professionalism.
all of the above
Defined a s rules of social conduct made by humans to protect society:
code of ethics
Types of obligations:
Machin that assists a client breathing. In intensive care units (ICU):
Ethical involving children
cardio pulmonary recitation
none of the above
It’s the ability of the individual to influence the behavior of others.
leader often allows the group to make its own decisions without regard to the task:
High Relationship–Low Task
High Task–Low Relationship
Low relationship–low task orientation.
High Relationship–high Task
Which of the following is true about team client care model:
Nurses are assigned to specific tasks rather than specific clients.
Nursing staff members are divided into small groups responsible for the total care of a given client.
Nurses are designed either as a primary nurse or associate nurse.
Nurses are paired with less trained caregivers.
When a client experiences cardiac arrest, this is an example of which of the following types of change:
All of the following true about critical thinking except:
Based on intuition.
Based on reason and knowledge.
It is an attitude about solving problems.
Critical Thinking Is Creative.
Action oriented critical thinking means:
Critical thinking use of effective communication.
Essential to the formulation and evaluation of policies and procedures.
The goal is to be the resolution of a problem or to improve client care.
All of the above.
are based on a moral or ethical principles:
It is a written list of a profession’s values and standards of conduct:
Code of ethics.
It is the obligation of an individual to be faithful to commitments made to himself or herself and to others.
It is the obligation to be fair to all people:
Which of the following from ethical issues related to genetic researches:
Safety of genetic research.
The legality and morality of genetic screening.
The proper use of genetic information.
is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity:
Its aim is to prevent an existing illness or injury from progressing to long- term disability:
Which of the following is an example of tertiary prevention:
A nurse who provide primary health care for a client should do all of the following except:
Advanced diagnostic procedures.
Managing ongoing health problems.
It is defined as the application of medical and nursing sciences to the care of living victims of crime or liability- related accidents.
Clinical forensic practice.
Clinical forensic medicine.
A person who Provides an incisive analysis of physical and psychological trauma, questioned deaths and or psychopathology evaluations related to forensic cases called:
Forensic nurse investigator.
Clinical forensic nurse.
Forensic nurse examiner.
Forensic corolational nurse.
Education for the forensic nurse examiner should encompass study of which of the following:
All of the above.Knowledge.