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NURSING NUR 3065 Nursing Role and scope exam QUIZ 1 Question 1 10 out of 10 points The Chadwick Report drew attention to which of the following conditions in Great Britain? Answer ... Question 2 10 out of 10 points Identify the nurse responsible for the establishment of the Henry Street Settlement. Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points Identify the nurse responsible for establishment of the Frontier Nursing Service. Answer Question 4 10 out of 10 points The Shattuck Report made which of the following recommendations? Answer Question 5 10 out of 10 points Identify the person who linked cholera rates with the water supply. Answer Question 6 5 out of 25 points Match the following names to the corresponding accomplishment: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Florence Nightingale A. Crimean War heroine and began School of Nursing at St. Thomas D. Crusader for humane treatment of both the insane and the imprisoned Lillian Wald B. Henry Street Settlement C. American Red Cross Mary Breckenridge E. Frontier Nursing Service E. Frontier Nursing Service Dorothea Dix D. Crusader for humane treatment of both the insane and the imprisoned B. Henry Street Settlement Clara Barton C. American Red Cross A. Crimean War heroine and began School of Nursing at St. Thomas Question 7 0 out of 25 points Match the following names to the corresponding accomplishment: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Edward Jenner D. discovered method of vaccination against smallpox virus B. French chemist who developed a process that prevented the spoilage of wine Louis Pasteur B. French chemist who developed a process that prevented the spoilage of wine D. discovered method of vaccination against smallpox virus Joseph Lister C. practiced antiseptic surgery which resulted in decreased mortality from infection after surgery A. known as the father of microbiology and for anthrax research Robert Koch A. known as the father of microbiology and for anthrax research E. linked cholera rates with water supply John Snow E. linked cholera rates with water supply C. practiced antiseptic surgery which resulted in decreased mortality from infection after surgery QUIZ 2 Question 1 10 out of 10 points Examples of philosophies of nursing include which of the following? Answer Question 2 0 out of 10 points As a student, you find that your philosophy of nursing is congruent with that proposed by Watson. Thus, you consider the concept of nursing to be best represented by which of the following: Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points Theoretical works in nursing can be categorized by level of abstraction as which of the following: Answer Question 4 10 out of 10 points As a student nurse utilizing Roy’s model in practice, your nursing interventions will focus on which of the following? Answer Question 5 10 out of 10 points The central concepts of the discipline of nursing include which of the following? Answer Question 6 25 out of 25 points Match the following theorist to the appropriate theory: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Imogene King B. Theory of Goal Attainment B. Theory of Goal Attainment Rosemary Parse E. Human Becoming Theory E. Human Becoming Theory Madeleine Leininger D. Cultural Diversity Theory D. Cultural Diversity Theory Hildegard Peplau A. Theory of Interpersonal Relations A. Theory of Interpersonal Relations Jean Watson C. Science of Caring C. Science of Caring Question 7 25 out of 25 points Match the following terms to the appropriate definitions: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Concepts E. label that describes a phenomenon E. label that describes a phenomenon Conceptual model D. set of statements that integrate concepts into a meaningful configuration D. set of statements that integrate concepts into a meaningful configuration Propositions B. statements that describe relationships between events, situations, or events. B. statements that describe relationships between events, situations, or events. Theory A. an organized, coherent, and systematic articulation of a set of statements related to significant questions in a discipline A. an organized, coherent, and systematic articulation of a set of statements related to significant questions in a discipline Metaparadigm C. global perspective of a discipline C. global perspective of a discipline QUIZ 3 Question 1 10 out of 10 points Which of the following statements best reflects the concept of realism? Answer Question 2 10 out of 10 points Evaluative beliefs refer to what people should or should not do. Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points Existential beliefs can be shown to be true or false. Answer Question 4 10 out of 10 points Which of the following statements best reflects the concept of idealism? Answer Question 5 10 out of 10 points The process of valuing involves: Answer Question 6 10 out of 10 points The process of developing a personal philosophy of nursing involves asking which of the following questions? Answer Question 7 10 out of 10 points The definition of nursing includes several fundamental aspects which include: Answer Question 8 30 out of 30 points Match the following statements to the appropriate label: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match There is more than meets the eye. C. Idealism C. Idealism Seeing is believing. E. Realism A. Realism Logical thinking is superior. A. Realism B. Realism The world is evolving. J. Idealism F. Idealism The world is static. H. Realism D. Realism The social world is created. F. Idealism G. Idealism The social world is a given. D. Realism E. Realism Reality is physical and independent. B. Realism H. Realism Reality is a conception perceived in the mind. G. Idealism I. Idealism Thinking is dynamic and constructive. I. Idealism J. Idealism QUIZ 4 Question 1 10 out of 10 points As the student nurse caring for a patient on the oncology unit, you are included in a conference with the patient to obtain informed consent for treatment. Informed consent is related to which of the following ethical principles? Answer Question 2 10 out of 10 points Which of the following concepts means to “do no harm?” Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points Which of the following ethical theories promote “the greatest good?” Answer Question 4 10 out of 10 points Which of the following concepts refers to deeds of “mercy, kindness, and charity?” Answer Question 5 10 out of 10 points The Four Topics Method for Analysis in Clinical Ethics Cases is used to analyze cases according to which of the following topics? Answer Question 6 10 out of 10 points Which of the following ethical theories relate to “actions that are duty based?” Answer Question 7 20 out of 20 points Match the ethical theory to statement that best describes the theory: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Deontology A. relates to actions that are duty based A. relates to actions that are duty based Utilitarianism B. promote the greatest good B. promote the greatest good Virtue Ethics D. doing the right thing comes from a person’s basic character D. doing the right thing comes from a person’s basic character Ethic of Care C. emphasis on personal relationships and relationship responsibilities C. emphasis on personal relationships and relationship responsibilities Question 8 20 out of 20 points Match the following principles to the corresponding definition: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Autonomy B. involves self-rule and generating decisions independently B. involves self-rule and generating decisions independently Beneficence D. consists of deeds of “mercy, indness, and charity” D. consists of deeds of “mercy, indness, and charity” Nonmaleficence C. “do no harm” C. “do no harm” Justice A. pertains to distribution of scare resources A. pertains to distribution of scare resources QUIZ 5 Question 1 10 out of 10 points The student nurse wants to promote the real image of nursing so she: Answer Question 2 10 out of 10 points The student nurse is admitting a patient to the medical unit. The student’s explanation of what the patient can expect during the hospital stay includes: Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points Strategies to promote minorities in the nursing workforce include: Answer Question 4 0 out of 10 points Which of the following alternative therapies are classified as energy therapies? Answer Question 5 10 out of 10 points Which of the following alternative therapies are classified as mind-body interventions? Answer Question 6 10 out of 10 points According to your textbook, which of the following societal trends impacts professional nursing? Answer Question 7 40 out of 40 points Match the following examples of complementary treatments to the corresponding type of treatment: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Therapeutic Touch E. Energy therapies C. Energy therapies Meditation B. Mind-Body Interventions B. Mind-Body Interventions Prayer D. Mind-Body Interventions D. Mind-Body Interventions Massage H. Manipulative and body-based methods H. Manipulative and body-based methods Herbal Therapy G. Biologically based therapies G. Biologically based therapies Magnetic Therapy C. Energy therapies E. Energy therapies Patient support groups F. Mind-Body Interventions F. Mind-Body Interventions Homeopathic Medicine A. Alternative medical systems A. Alternative medical systems QUIZ 6 Question 1 0 out of 10 points The student nurse assigned to a patient on a medical unit. As the student cares for the patient his focus is on facts and rules. The student nurse is displaying behavior typical of which of Benner’s stages of professional socialization? Answer Question 2 10 out of 10 points O’Neil and the Pew Commission identified competencies related to nursing socialization that included: Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points The student nurse shows evidence that the norms and values of the profession have been incorporated into the self-concept. This student is in which stage of role development according to Kelman? Answer Question 4 0 out of 10 points Which of Benner’s stages of clinical nurse development is characterized by characterized by the ability to analyze problems and prioritize? Answer Question 5 15 out of 30 points Match the following cognitive stages for professional role development to the predominant characteristics of the stage: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Unilateral Dependence A. student places complete reliance on external controls; searches for one right answer A. student places complete reliance on external controls; searches for one right answer Negative/Independence B. student begins to pull away from external control; characterized by cognitive rebellion B. student begins to pull away from external control; characterized by cognitive rebellion Dependence/Mutuality D. student moves from a position of opposition toward a more realistic evaluative stance C. learning from others and the ability to independently problem solve are evident. Interdependence C. learning from others and the ability to independently problem solve are evident. D. student moves from a position of opposition toward a more realistic evaluative stance Question 6 22.5 out of 30 points Match the following stages of clinical nurse development to the characteristics of the stage as identified by Benner: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Novice D. characterized by a lack of knowledge and skill D. characterized by a lack of knowledge and skill Advanced beginner B. ability to identify principles but lacks the experience to know how to prioritize in complex situations B. ability to identify principles but lacks the experience to know how to prioritize in complex situations Competent C. characterized by the ability to analyze problems and prioritize C. characterized by the ability to analyze problems and prioritize Proficient A. ability to grasp the situation as a whole; begins testing the rules E. has moved beyond a fixed set of rules Expert E. has moved beyond a fixed set of rules A. ability to grasp the situation as a whole; begins testing the rules QUIZ 7 Question 1 10 out of 10 points Characteristics of a career include: Answer Question 2 10 out of 10 points Some ways to participate in professional networking include: Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points As a student nurse on the medical unit, a nurse tells you that “as a registered nurse, you will always have a job.” You recognize that this is: Answer Question 4 10 out of 10 points You are student nurse in a leadership rotation. As a part of the experience and with permission from the employees, you observe the performance appraisal meetings with the nurse manager and employees. During the meetings you observe what can be classified as a halo effect. These observations include: Answer Question 5 30 out of 30 points Match the following actions/characteristics with corresponding concept: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match A Rating based on past positive performance rather than current observations F. Halo Effect C. Halo Effect Strong social skills and a pleasant personality mask poor performance H. Halo Effect F. Halo Effect Positive performance interrupted by a serious error committed recently D. Horns Effect A. Horns Effect History of mediocrity punctuated by a single recent stellar performance C. Halo Effect B. Halo Effect Associating with substandard peers E. Horns Effect D. Horns Effect Friendship or shared interests with manager B. Halo Effect F. Halo Effect Consistent good work but disagrees with manager G. Horns Effect G. Horns Effect Poor physical appearance in dress, manners,or hygiene A. Horns Effect E. Horns Effect Question 6 24 out of 30 points Match the following characteristics to the corresponding category: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Temporary H. Occupation A. Occupation Minimal training required J. Occupation B. Occupation Life-long vocation E. Career C. Career University professional degree program G. Career E. Career Only continuing education is what isrequired for job or to get raise or promotion I. Occupation F. Career Short term commitment B. Occupation H. Occupation Life-long learning F. Career D. Career Long-term commitment to profession C. Career G. Career Will assume additional responsibilities D. Career I. Occupation Expectation of reasonable work; responsibility ends with shift A. Occupation J. Occupation QUIZ 8 Question 1 14.8 out of 14.8 points Professional roles in nursing include: Answer • Question 2 14.2 out of 14.2 points The five rights of delegation include all of the following except: Answer • Question 3 14.2 out of 14.2 points The nursing care delivery model that relies on critical pathways to evaluate care is: Answer • Question 4 14.2 out of 14.2 points You are a nurse working in a facility that utilizes total patient care nursing. One disadvantage of this model of care is: Answer Question 5 14.2 out of 14.2 points Highest levels of collaboration are characterized by: Answer Question 6 14.2 out of 14.2 points To be an effective patient advocate the nurse must: Answer Question 7 14.2 out of 14.2 points Some changes over the past several decades that have impacted the healthcare delivery system and the practice of nursing include which of the following? Answer QUIZ 9 Question 1 20 out of 20 points Group discussions enhance critical thinking skills by: Answer Question 2 20 out of 20 points Characteristics of critical thinking include: Answer Question 3 20 out of 20 points Approaches to developing critical thinking skills include: Answer Question 4 20 out of 20 points Steps in the nursing process include: Answer Question 5 20 out of 20 points Today the student nurse assigned to a patient on a medical unit assessed the patient’s response to nursing interventions. The step of the nursing process being utilized is known as: Answer QUIZ 10 Question 1 0 out of 20 points As a student nurse you are committed to basing your practice on evidence. The highest level of evidence is produced using which of the following methods? Answer Question 2 20 out of 20 points Grading the strength of a body of evidence should incorporate three domains that include: Answer Question 3 20 out of 20 points Evidence-based nursing practice considers: Answer Question 4 0 out of 20 points You are a nurse caring for an elderly female patient in a medical-surgical inpatient unit. The patient is suffering from an alteration in level of comfort related to post surgical pain. As you evaluate her response to the standard care provided, you wonder about the effectiveness of alternate interventions. When you frame your question as a PICO question, the intervention would be: Answer Question 5 10 out of 20 points Match the following PICO category to the corresponding description: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match What group do you want information on? D. Population C. Intervention What event do you want to study the effect of? C. Intervention D. Population Compared to what? Better or worse than no intervention at all, or than another intervention? B. Comparison B. Comparison What can I hope to accomplish, measure, improve or affect? A. Outcome A. Outcome QUIZ 11 Question 1 10 out of 10 points Standards are applied in cases of informed consent. These standards include: Answer Question 2 10 out of 10 points In the clinical area today, you cared for a patient who is on an organ transplant waiting list. In post-conference you and your fellow nursing students discussed the major ethical issues surrounding organ transplantation. These ethical issues include: Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points In the clinical setting today you were the student nurse caring for a terminally ill patient who was in intractable pain. The staff nurse also assigned to this patient administered a high dose of pain medication to the patient who died less than 30 minutes later. The nurse explained to you that the hastening of the patient’s death was foreseen but was not the intended effect of the administration of the dose of pain medication. This is an example of: Answer Question 4 10 out of 10 points Types of euthanasia include: Answer Question 5 10 out of 10 points Today in the clinical setting you cared for a patient who is no longer able to make competent decisions. The daughter of the patient talked with the physician about treatment options and they chose a treatment based upon what the patient had verbalized to the daughter while she was still competent. This is an example of what type of surrogate decision maker? Answer Question 6 10 out of 10 points Current conceptions of death include: Answer Question 7 13.332 out of 40 points Match the following concept to the appropriate definition: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Durable power of attorney A. a legal document with the most strength, it designates a person to make either general or healthcare, and medical decisions for the patient B. a formal legal document that provides written directions concerning medical care that is to be provided in specific circumstances Medical directive C. not a formal legal document but attorney provides specific written instructions concerning the type of care and treatments that individuals would want to receive if they were to become incapacitated C. not a formal legal document but attorney provides specific written instructions concerning the type of care and treatments that individuals would want to receive if they were to become incapacitated Living will B. a formal legal document that provides written directions concerning medical care that is to be provided in specific circumstances A. a legal document with the most strength, it designates a person to make either general or healthcare, and medical decisions for the patient QUIZ 12 Question 1 10 out of 10 points Sources of law include: Answer Question 2 10 out of 10 points The primary obligation of all board of nursing members is to: Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points Boards of nursing have number of disciplinary choices which may include: Answer Question 4 10 out of 10 points The role of the nurse in the informed consent process is a(n): Answer Question 5 10 out of 10 points The patient you are caring for in the clinical setting today has a lawsuit pending against a nurse, physician, and the hospital. The patient claims that a risk of a procedure did occur but that he was not informed of the risks involved in the procedure and that he was not informed of alternatives to the procedure. What type of case is it? Answer Question 6 10 out of 10 points Components of informed consent include explanation by the physician of: Answer Question 7 40 out of 40 points Match the following rights of delegation to the corresponding explanation: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match The right task A. task that is delegable for a specific patient A. task that is delegable for a specific patient the right circumstances D. appropriate patient setting, available communication resources, and consideration of other factors D. appropriate patient setting, available communication resources, and consideration of other factors the right person E. the right person delegating the right task to the right person to be performed on the right person E. the right person delegating the right task to the right person to be performed on the right person the right direction and communication C. a clear, concise description of the task C. a clear, concise description of the task the right supervision and evaluation B. appropriate monitoring, intervention, and feedback B. appropriate monitoring, intervention, and feedback QUIZ 13 Question 1 40 out of 40 points Match the following strategy to the correct category of age-related change: Answer Question Correct Match Selected Match Give smaller amounts of information at a time E. Cognitive E. Cognitive Use line drawings with high contrast B. Visual A. Visual Speak distinctly but do not shout D. Hearing C. Hearing Allow more time for self-expression F. Cognitive F. Cognitive Decrease extraneous noise C. Hearing D. Hearing use printed materials with 14- to 16- point font and serif letters A. Visual B. Visual Question 2 0 out of 10 points As a student nurse you are participating in the education of a new diabetic patient. The plan for today includes teaching the patient to accurately draw up insulin into the syringe. The domains of learning specifically targeted in the educational process today include which of the following? Answer Question 3 10 out of 10 points Issues that need to be considered when using the Andragogic model include: Answer Question 4 10 out of 10 points As a student nurse you know that according to the Health Belief Model, the likelihood of a person acting in response to a health threat is dependent on which of the following factors? Answer Question 5 10 out of 10 points As a student nurse you will document the patient education process on the medical record. Which of the following elements of the process should be documented? Answer Question 6 10 out of 10 points During the patient education session you notice that your middle-aged patient hands all of the written materials you give to him to his spouse. You also notice that some of the forms in his medical record are incomplete. These may be cues that the patient: Answer Question 7 10 out of 10 points The student nurse is participating in the patient education process with a young mother. The student nurse assesses that the young mothers’ perception of self-efficacy is not at a level compatible with success. In an effort to enhance the patient’s self-efficacy the student nurse may find it helpful to do which of the following? Answer QUIZ 15 Question 1 25 out of 25 points The Institute of Medicine report titled, Health Professions Education: A Bridge to Quality (2003) identified core competencies for all clinicians. These competencies include the ability to: Answer Question 2 0 out of 25 points Which of the following is/are true of graduates with the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree? Answer Question 3 25 out of 25 points A factor(s) currently impacting the changing healthcare environment and the practice of nursing is (are): Answer Question 4 25 out of 25 points Which of the following is/are true of the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL)? Answer [Show More]

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