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ATI LEADERSHIP PROCTORED EXAM- (10 DIFFERENT VERSIONS)-COMPLETE RESOURCESFORATI LEADERSHIP PROCTORED EXAM2021100% SUCCESS GUARENTEEDATI LEADERSHIP PROCTORED EXAMVERSION 11.The best example of the impact of the womens movement on health care is:
1Improvement in breast cancer survival rates2Insurance coverage for well-woman check-ups3Women subjects to be included in all appropriate healthresearch projects4A single, teenage mother receiving Women, Infants, andChildren (WIC) benefitsANS: 3The womens movement brought about many changes in society as women increasinglydemanded economic, political, occupational, and educational equality. As a result, there isgreater sensitivity to the health care needs of women and the role of women in health careresearch. There are emerging health care specialties dealing with the needs of women. These new
specialties expand from the traditional obstetrical specialty and address issues ranging from well-womens examinations, to oncological subspecialties, to the management of menopause. Becauseof the prior lack of female subjects in biomedical research, the federal government now requiresstudies to routinely include women in research, unless specific exception criteria are met. Forexample, research focusing on management of prostatic cancer is an exception.Improved survival rates for female-oriented cancers is evident because of emphasis being placedon research.While important, increased insurance coverage is not the best option available because thisaction would be directly driven by research findings.While important, increased federal funding for female-oriented benefits does not represent thebest option available because this action would be directly driven by research findings.DIF: C REF: 4 OBJ: AnalysisTOP: Nursing Process: ComprehensionMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Health Promotion and Maintenance2.The human rights movement most directly impacts nursing practice because:1Nurses act as advocates for all clients2Clients require someone to focus on their needs3Caring for clients is the focus of nursing practice4Everyone deserves to be treated fairly and with respectANS: 1Client advocacy is a nursing responsibility. The human rights movement changed the waysociety views the rights of all of its members, including minorities, clients with terminal illness,pregnant women, and older adults. Many groups have special health care needs, and nursingresponds by respecting the human rights of all clients and their right to quality care. Nursesadvocate the rights of all clients.Clients do require someone to focus on their needs; advocacy is a responsibility of the nurse butthe concept of the nurse as an advocate was established well before the human rights movement.

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