HESI- Behavioral and Community Guide

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UPNS 354 BEHAVIORAL/COMMUNITY HEALTH HESI FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE FALL 2016 1. Therapeutic response addressing an Alzheimer’s patient 2. Priority nursing intervention for acute self-abuse 3. Role of community nursing in program development 4. Primary prevention strategies for migrant workers and their families 5. Nursing assessment of the health of a community 6. Therapeutic use of silence 7. Therapeutic communication with families with disabilities 8. Interaction with patient’s disclosing abuse 9. Use of Abnormal Involuntary Movement scale in assessing EPS 10. Initial nursing actions to patient manic behavior during interview 11. Nursing intervention regarding fixed delusions 12. Nursing action in response to Tardive Dyskinesia 13. Assumptions of the mentally ill 14. Nursing intervention to alterations in speech 15. Dietary restrictions for MAOI’s 16. Nursing intervention for possible elder abuse 17. Confabulation 18. Sun downing 19. Delirium vs. Dementia 20. Nursing problem priority in grieving 21. Nursing actions responding to Alzheimer patient’s physical complaints
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