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(Select all that apply.)a.Provide regular blood pressure screening for members of the congregation.b.Create a bulletin board to display information about the signs and symptoms ofstroke.c.Implement a program to speak with adolescents about stress management.d.Research evidence-based approaches for chronic wound healing.ANS: A, BAs a member of the wellness committee, the parish nurse is concerned with reducing the riskof development of disease or disorder among all of the members of the congregation. Thus,implementing strategies that are related to health promotion would be appropriate for thenurse to implement. These would include blood pressure screenings, creating a bulletin boardabout stroke, and implementing a stress management program for adolescents. Researchingevidence-based guidelines for chronic wound healing would not address health promotionstrategies within the congregation. Also, it is unlikely that the parish nurse is providing directcareservices,such ascaringNfoUr cRhSroInNicGwTouBn.dsC,OfoMr membersof the congregation.2.A parish nurse has been using pastoral activities when providing care to clients. Which of thefollowing interventions is the nurse most likely using? (Select all that apply.)a.Helping families plan healthy nutritious meals and get plenty of restb.Giving health education classes to the congregationc.Using hymns and scripture as a source of guidance and comfortd.Helping identify spiritual strengths that may assist in copingANS: C, DWhen the nurse fulfills pastoral care, the nurse stresses the spiritual dimension, lends supportduring times of joy and sorrow, guides the person through health and illness, and helpsidentify the spiritual strengths that assist in coping with particular events. The incorrectresponses represent nursing functions, not functions of pastoral care.
Chapter 30: The Nurse in Home Health and HospiceStanhope: Foundations of Population Health for Community/Public Health Nursing,5th EditionMULTIPLE CHOICE1.Which of the following statements best describes the most essential difference between homehealth care and acute client care?a.Acute client care is individualized for the client and family.b.Home health care is provided in theclient’senvironment.c.Reimbursement for home health care varies from that of care provided ininstitutions.d.The focus of acute client care is on community health.ANS: BHome health differs from other areas of health care in that health care providers practice in theclient’s environment. All nurses give individualized care to clients. Reimbursement for homehealth care is different than that provided in an acute care setting; however, this is not themost essential difference. The focus of acute client care is typically on care provided in ahospital setting, not in the community.

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