Community Exam 2.docx - Question 1 2 out of 2 points Community health nurses practice within the three levels of prevention Which of the following would

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Question 1 2 out of 2 points Community health nurses practice within the three levels of prevention. Which of the following would the community health nurse engage in at the primary level of prevention for communicable disease control? Select all that apply. B. Administering immunizations to senior citizens at a flu clinic C. Teaching kindergarten children to wash their hands E. Encouraging families to complete their young children's “baby shots” Answer s: A. Encouraging clients to receive prompt treatment for the symptoms of gonorrhea B. Administering immunizations to senior citizens at a flu clinic C. Teaching kindergarten children to wash their hands D. Providing TB skin tests to children entering kindergarten E. Encouraging families to complete their young children's “baby shots” F. Providing chest x-rays to people with positive TB skin tests Response Feedback : Primary prevention interventions include administering immunizations, teaching about hand washing, and encouraging adherence to the recommended schedule for childhood immunizations. Providing TB skin testing and chest x-rays and promptly treating symptoms of gonorrhea are examples of interventions at the secondary level of prevention. Question 2 2 out of 2 points Which of the following are necessary components of a nurse's personal preparedness? Select all that apply . B. Workplace and community disaster plans have been reviewed by the nurse. D. An individual disaster plan for the nurse's own family has been developed. E. The nurse participated in disaster drills at the workplace and had a family disaster drill to practice what actions to take in the event of a disaster. Answer s: A. It is not necessary for the nurse to bring copies of their nursing license and driver's license.
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B. Workplace and community disaster plans have been reviewed by the nurse. C. In the case of an actual disaster, the nurse will be able to use equipment made available to them. D. An individual disaster plan for the nurse's own family has been developed. E. The nurse participated in disaster drills at the workplace and had a family disaster drill to practice what actions to take in the event of a disaster. Response Feedback : To be personally prepared, a nurse should have read and understood workplace and community disaster plans, should have developed a disaster plan for his or her own family, and should have participated in disaster drills. Nurses preparing to work in disaster areas should bring copies of their nursing license and driver's license and bring basic equipment. Question 3 2 out of 2 points The community health nurse determines that the adult population in the community has an increased incidence of vaccine preventable disease. Which of the following are factors that may contribute to low vaccination levels among adults? Select all that apply.
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