Fundamentals Of Nursing Chapter 1 Review Questions
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1. Nursing practice in the twenty-first century is an art and science that is centered on the
2. Who decreased mortality by improving sanitation in the battlefields, resulting in a decrease in illness and infection?
3. The professional nurse responsible for increasing the respect for the individual and awareness of cultural diversity was:
4. The document that developed goals and objectives to meet the health of the public is known as:
5. A nurse who uses critical thinking in the decision-making process providing effective quality care to individuals is known as a(n):
B. Clinical decision maker
6. The document that assures clients that they will receive quality care from a competent nurse is the:
7. The regulation of licensure and practice of nursing is accomplished by the:
8. A nurse who has been in a position on the same unit for 2 years understands the organization and care of the clients on that nursing unit. Benner defines this nurse as able to anticipate nursing care and to formulate long-range goals; this nurse is given the title:
9. An advanced practice nurse (APN) is the nurse most independently functioning of all professional nurses. All of the following are examples of clinically focused APNs except:
10. An APN is pursuing a job change. Which of the following positions would the APN be unable to pursue without meeting additional criteria?
B. Certified registered nurse anesthetist
11. Which of the following professional organizations was created to address concerns of members in the nursing profession?
NURSING HAS A CODE OF ETHICS THAT PROFESSIONAL rn'S FOLLOW:
1. DEFINES THE PRINCIPLES BY WHICH NURSES' PROVIDE CARE TO THEIR CLIENTS
2. THE FOUNDER OF MODERN NURSING IS:
THE FOUNDER OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS:
4. EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IS DEFINED AS:
1. THE INTERGRATION OF BEST RESEARCH EVIDENCE WITH CLINICAL EXPERTISE AND PATIENT VALUES
5. THE STANDARDS OF CARE DESCRIBED IN THE ANA STANDARDS OF CLINICAL PRACTICE, SECOND EDITION INCLUDE:
1. THE NURSING PROCESS: ASSESSMENT, DIAGNOSIS, OUTCOME IDENTIFICATION, AND PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION, AND EVALUATION.
6. REGARDLESS OF EDUCATION PREPARATION, THE EXAMINATION FOR THE RN LICENSURE IS EXACTLY THE SAME IN EVERY STATE IN THE UNITED STATES, THIS:
1. PROVIDES A STANDARDIZED MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE BASE FOR THE CLIENT POPULATION NURSES SERVE
7. CONTEMPORARY NURSING REQUIRES THAT THE NURSE POSSES KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS FOR A VARIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ROLES AND RESPONSABILITIES. EXAMPLES INCLUDE:
4. INCREASED EMPHASIS ON HEALTH PROMOTION AND ILLNESS PREVENTION
8. ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES GENERALLY:
2. FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY
I NORTH AMERICA THE MAJOR PROFESSIONAL NURSING ORGANIZATIONS IS ARE:
2. NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR NURSING AND THE AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION
10. AS LONG AS NURSES MAINTAIN INVOLVEMENT IN HEALTH CARE POLICY AND PRACTICE:
2. OUTSIDERS WILL NOT IMPOSE THEIR WILL ON NURSING AND NURSING PRACTICE.
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3/29/15, 11:27 PM Nursing Process fashcards | Quizlet Page 2 oF 14 http://quizlet.com/15945626/nursing-process-fash-cards/ (Answer: ) D (Rationale: During the evaluation step of the nursing process the nurse determines whether the goals established have been achieved, and evaluates the success of the plan. Answer A involves data collection. Answer B involves setting priorities, and Answer C is the actual intervention.) A nurse is revising a client's care plan. During which step of the nursing process does such a revision take place? A. Assessment B. Planning C. Implementation D. Evaluation (Answer: ) D (Rationale: You should begin with the simplest interventions. Answer A is incorrect because medications should be avoided whenever possible. Answer B would be a thorough sleep assessment, and should be done only after common sense interventions fail. Answer C would be appropriate only after common sense interventions fail.) Which intervention should the nurse in charge try first for a client that exhibits signs of sleep disturbance? A. Administer sleeping medication before bedtime B. Ask the client each morning to describe the quantity of sleep the night before C. Teach the client relaxation techniques, such as guided imagery and progressive muscle relaxation D. Provide the client normal sleep aids, such as pillows, back rubs, and snacks (Answer: ) C (Rationale- Making appropriate referrals is a valid part of planning the client's care. The nurse normally does not provide sex counseling. While providing time for privacy and providing support for the spouse