Chapter 22- Teacher and Counselor - A B C D 1.A diabetes...

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1.A diabetes nurse educator is teaching a patient, newly diagnosed with diabetes, about his disease process, diet, exercise, and medications. What is the goal of this teaching? A) to help the patient develop self-care abilities B) to ensure the patient will return for follow-up care C) to facilitate complete recovery from the disease D) to implement ordered teaching and counseling 2.A nurse in a neighborhood clinic is conducting educational sessions on weight loss. What aim of nursing is met by these educational programs? 3.A nurse refers a patient with a new colostomy to a support group. This nurse is practicing which of the following aims of nursing? 4.Which of the following is an essential component of the definition of learning? 5.A nursing faculty member is teaching a class of second-degree students who have an average age of 32. What is important to remember when teaching adult learners? A) a focus on the immediate application of new material B) a need for support to reduce anxiety about new learning C) older students may feel inferior in terms of new learning D) all students, regardless of age, learn the same 6.A nurse is designing a teaching program for individuals who have recently immigrated to the United States from Iraq. Which of the following considerations is necessary for culturally competent patient teaching? A) Use materials developed previously for U.S. citizens. B) Use all visual materials when teaching content. C) Use a lecture format to teach content with few questions. Page 1
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D) Develop written materials in the patient's native language.
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  • Nursing, National Patient Safety Foundation

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