Chapter 1: Nursing TodayMULTIPLE CHOICE1.The first practicing nurse epidemiologist wasa.Florence Nightingale.b.Mildred Montag.c.Clara Barton.d.Mary Agnes Snively.ANS: A2.The American Red Cross was founded by3.Nurses working in the Henry Street Settlement in 1893 were among the first nurses to demonstrate autonomy in practice. This was because those nurses4.In 1923, the Goldmark Report was an important study that5.The major difference between a baccalaureate degree nursing program and an associate’s degree nursing program is that the baccalaureate program includes studies in a.Basic sciences and theoretical courses.b.Social sciences and humanities.c.Theoretical and clinical courses.d.Basic sciences and clinical courses.ANS: B
6.The nurse has been working in the clinical setting for several years as an advanced practice nurse and has earned her master’s degree as a family nurse practitioner.However, she seems unfulfilled and has a strong desire to do research. To fulfill her desire, the nurse most likely would apply to attend a program that would lead to a7.The nurse is caring for her patients and is focused on managing their care as opposed to managing and performing skills. This nurse demonstrates which level of proficiency according to Benner?8.Which of the following resources guides faculty on structure and evaluation of thenursing curriculum?9.The nurse is caring for the patient who has had major abdominal surgery and also has a large sacral pressure sore. The nurse implements coughing and deep breathing exercises and consults the wound care specialist to evaluate and prescribe care for the pressure sore, even though no physician order has provided instructions to do so. In doingthis, the nurse is implementing the element ofa.Autonomy.b.Accountability.c.Advanced practice.d.Nurse practitioner.ANS: A
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