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NR449 Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing – Comprehensive Exam Practice MCQ's

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1. Question: Nursing research is significant to the profession of nursing because it promotes what? 2. Question: Which aspect of the scientific investigate ion of nursing practice is also a fundamen... tal concept of American Nurses Association (ANA)'s Code for Nurses? 3. Question: Nurses who do not conduct research need to understand the nursing research process for which of these reasons? 4. Question: Which of these actions demonstrates the role of a knowledgeable consumer of nursing research? 5. Question: Members of the nursing staff are to participate in a unit-based clinical research study. Which research-related actions would be expected of a nurse with a baccalaureate nursing degree? 6. Question: Which statement describes the role of the nurse in research? 7. Question:What is the primary value of evidence-based nursing practice? 8. Question: A novice nurse researcher is comparing the processes used in nursing research and evidence-based practice. What differences, if any, exist between the two processes? 9. Question: A nurse is analyzing a research article. Where in the article is the nurse likely to find the research question and study purpose? 10. Question: The nurse researcher is conducting a research study using subjects who will be interviewed regarding their experience with postpartum depression. For which of these reasons would the researcher selects a qualitative, rather than quantitative, research design? 11. Question: The nurse is analyzing a research article. To determine if an integrative review was performed as part of the study, the nurse must understand that this type of review is what? 12. Question: When assessing the strength of a body of evidence used in a research study for consistency, the nurse should determine what? 13. Question: The nurse is analyzing a qualitative research article. In which section of the article is the nurse likely to find a summary of legal-ethical issues considered in the study? 14. Question: The nurse is analyzing a qualitative research article. In which section of the article should the nurse expect to find a discussion of the research findings? 15. Question: The nurse is using the critical reading process to analyze a research article. The nurse identifies the main theme of the article and states it in two sentences, using the nurse's own words. The nurse is using a strategy to promote which type of understanding? 16. Question: The nurse is using the critical reading process to analyze a research article. The nurse is using a list of criteria to determine how well the researcher performed each step of the research process. The nurse is using a strategy to promote which type of understanding? 17. Question: Which of the following is a critical step for the quality improvement process in health care settings? 18. Question: Which statement(s) describe the actions of the baccalaureate nurse graduate as a participant in the nursing research process? (Select all that apply.) 19. Question: Which aspects of the nursing research process are common to nurses at all educational levels? (Select all that apply.) 20. Question: For the baccalaureate nursing student, education in nursing research has which outcomes? (Select all that apply.) 21. Question: Developing nurse researchers at a younger age is a priority for the future in the nursing profession for which reasons? (Select all that apply.) 22. Question: What difference, if any, exists between a research question and a hypothesis? How is a hypothesis related to a theory? 23. Question: A nurse makes these statements. Which one has the greatest potential as an area of nursing research? 24. Question: The nurse has identified a clinical problem as a potential research question. Which of these steps should the nurse take next? 25. In a research study, what are the properties of interest that differ in value? 26. Question: A nurse researcher proposes a study of teenage mothers and their experience with postpartum depression. Which of these considerations would affect the feasibility of the study? 27. Question: What is the key difference between independent and dependent variables? 28. Question: When designing a research study, the nurse should have which of these understandings about independent and dependent variables? 29. Question: A nurse's research question is, "How does maternal employment among health care professionals affect infant health during the first 6 months of life?" In this question, what is the dependent variable? 30. Question: A nurse has defined the research question as, "How does oral nutritional supplementation during dialysis treatments affect the serum albumin levels of adult patients who have chronic kidney disease Stage 5?" In this question, what is the independent variable? 31. Question: A nurse has defined the research question as, "Is there a relationship between self-esteem and body weight among postmenopausal women?" What type of research-question format (or research design) is implied by this question? 32. Question: A nurse has defined the research question as, "What is the lived experience of late-stage pregnancy loss among women older than 35 years?" What type of research-question format (or research design) is implied by this question? 33. Question: Which research question is testable as currently written? 34. Question: What is the purpose of a hypothesis for any study? 35. Question: Which hypothesis fails to meet the criteria of testability? 36. Question: Which hypothesis is nondirectional? 37. Question: The nurse has defined the hypothesis as, "There will be no difference in the number of adverse events among patients discharged two days after an abdominal hysterectomy compared with patients discharged 4 days after an abdominal hysterectomy." This statement is an example of what? 38. Question: The nurse notes these statements in a research article: 39. Question: A nurse states the purpose of a research study as, "This study will compare the effect of warm and cold applications on the resolution of intravenous (IV) infiltrations in hospitalized older-adult patients in the early postoperative period." In this statement, what constitutes the independent variable(s)? [Show More]

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