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NR 341 MIDTERM EXAM EVOLVE QUESTIONS | 100% CORRECT

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The critical care nurse has just listened to a lecture on standards of professional performance. The nurse then agrees to serve as a preceptor for undergraduate nursing students who are scheduled for ... observation in the critical care unit. Which statement by the critical care nurse indicates an understanding of the standards of professional performance? • “Professional standards include contributing to the professional development of others.” Precepting students is an example of contributing to the professional development of others. It is also an example of assuming leadership, but contributing to the development of others is the best response. The preceptor will probably use skilled communication in the professional development activities. It is not an example of clinical inquiry, which refers to applying research in practice. • “Professional standards include providing leadership in the practice setting.” Precepting students is an example of contributing to the professional development of others. It is also an example of assuming leadership, but contributing to the development of others is the best response. The preceptor will probably use skilled communication in the professional development activities. It is not an example of clinical inquiry, which refers to applying research in practice. • “Professional standards include using clinical inquiry in practice.” Precepting students is an example of contributing to the professional development of others. It is also an example of assuming leadership, but contributing to the development of others is the best response. The preceptor will probably use skilled communication in the professional development activities. It is not an example of clinical inquiry, which refers to applying research in practice. • “Professional standards include using skilled communication to collaborate with others.” Precepting students is an example of contributing to the professional development of others. It is also an example of assuming leadership, but contributing to the development of others is the best response. The preceptor will probably use skilled communication in the professional development activities. It is not an example of clinical inquiry, which refers to applying research in practice. Question 2 of 10 The charge nurse is making assignments for the critical care unit and assigns the experienced nurse to care for two complex patients. The novice nurse is assigned to care for the less complex patient. The charge nurse is basing assignments on which model of practice? • Institute for Healthcare Improvement The synergy model of care states that the needs of patients and families influence and drive competencies of nurses, which improves client care. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement is an organization aimed at creating a safer health care environment. Quality and Safety Education for Nurses is an initiative to implement quality and safety content in nursing education programs. Universal care is a model of delivery in which patients remain on one unit and the level of nursing assignment changes. • Quality and Safety Education for Nurses The synergy model of care states that the needs of patients and families influence and drive competencies of nurses, which improves client care. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement is an organization aimed at creating a safer health care environment. Quality and Safety Education for Nurses is an initiative to implement quality and safety content in nursing education programs. Universal care is a model of delivery in which patients remain on one unit and the level of nursing assignment changes. • Synergy model The synergy model of care states that the needs of patients and families influence and drive competencies of nurses, which improves client care. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement is an organization aimed at creating a safer health care environment. Quality and Safety Education for Nurses is an initiative to implement quality and safety content in nursing education programs. Universal care is a model of delivery in which patients remain on one unit and the level of nursing assignment changes. • Universal care The synergy model of care states that the needs of patients and families influence and drive competencies of nurses, which improves client care. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement is an organization aimed at creating a safer health care environment. Quality and Safety Education for Nurses is an initiative to implement quality and safety content in nursing education programs. Universal care is a model of delivery in which patients remain on one unit and the level of nursing assignment changes. Question 5 of 10 What actions can the nurse take to remain aware of current and emerging trends affecting practice and emerging trends affecting practice and patient care? • Read professional journals. As changes in health care delivery evolve, critical care nursing continues to expand and develop to meet patients’ needs. Nurses in critical care must be aware of current and emerging trends that have the potential to affect practice and patient care. The nurse can accomplish this by reading professional journals, joining a journal club, becoming involved in unit-based councils, and attending local professional meetings. Working in many areas of nursing may help enrich nursing practice overall, but it does not specifically help the critical care nurse in practice. • Work in many areas of nursing. As changes in health care delivery evolve, critical care nursing continues to expand and develop to meet patients’ needs. Nurses in critical care must be aware of current and emerging trends that have the potential to affect practice and patient care. The nurse can accomplish this by reading professional journals, joining a journal club, becoming involved in unit-based councils, and attending local professional meetings. Working in many areas of nursing may help enrich nursing practice overall, but it does not specifically help the critical care nurse in practice. • Join a journal club. As changes in health care delivery evolve, critical care nursing continues to expand and develop to meet patients’ needs. Nurses in critical care must be aware of current and emerging trends that have the potential to affect practice and patient care. The nurse can accomplish this by reading professional journals, joining a journal club, becoming involved in unit-based councils, and attending local professional meetings. Working in many areas of nursing may help enrich nursing practice overall, but it does not specifically help the critical care nurse in practice. • Become involved in a unit-based council. As changes in health care delivery evolve, critical care nursing continues to expand and develop to meet patients’ needs. Nurses in critical care must be aware of current and emerging trends that have the potential to affect practice and patient care. The nurse can accomplish this by reading professional journals, joining a journal club, becoming involved in unit-based councils, and attending local professional meetings. Working in many areas of nursing may help enrich nursing practice overall, but it does not specifically help the critical care nurse in practice. • Attend local professional meetings. As changes in health care delivery evolve, critical care nursing continues to expand and develop to meet patients’ needs. Nurses in critical care must be aware of current and emerging trends that have the potential to affect practice and patient care. The nurse can accomplish this by reading professional journals, joining a journal club, becoming involved in unit-based councils, and attending local professional meetings. Working in many areas of nursing may help enrich nursing practice overall, but it does not specifically help the critical care nurse in practice. Question 7 of 10 Handoff communication is essential in reducing errors. Which action can the nurse take to reduce errors in communication? • Begin the practice of bedside shift report between nurses. Interruptions and noise during communication with others is a barrier to effective handoff communication. Bedside report, forms and checklists, and crew resource training promote effective handoff communication. • Seek information on crew resource management training. Interruptions and noise during communication with others is a barrier to effective handoff communication. Bedside report, forms and checklists, and crew resource training promote effective handoff communication. • Initiate a system of forms and checklists to convey information during rounds. Interruptions and noise during communication with others is a barrier to effective handoff communication. Bedside report, forms and checklists, and crew resource training promote effective handoff communication. • Implement strategies to control noise during transfer report of a patient. Interruptions and noise during communication with others is a barrier to effective handoff communication. Bedside report, forms and checklists, and crew resource training promote effective handoff communication. Question 3 of 10 What actions can the nurse manager take to promote a healthy work environment? • Acknowledge family contributions. Acknowledgment of family contributions, effective decision making, meaningful recognition, and the encouragement of respect for one another are ways that the nurse manager can promote a healthy work environment. Limiting staffing could lead to an unsafe environment for both patients and team members. • Limit staffing to reduce noise. Acknowledgment of family contributions, effective decision making, meaningful recognition, and the encouragement of respect for one another are ways that the nurse manager can promote a healthy work environment. Limiting staffing could lead to an unsafe environment for both patients and team members. • Be effective in decision making. Acknowledgment of family contributions, effective decision making, meaningful recognition, and the encouragement of respect for one another are ways that the nurse manager can promote a healthy work environment. Limiting staffing could lead to an unsafe environment for both patients and team members. • Give meaningful recognition to team members. [Show More]

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