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Chapter 35 Answer Key Question 1 See full question A 13-year-old begins to shout and uses profane language when the nurse enters the room to administer medications. Which is the best response by the nurse? You Selected: Acknowledging the anger and setting limits on the behavior Correct response: Acknowledging the anger and setting limits on the behavior Explanation: It is important to acknowledge the child's anger without allowing inappropriate behavior. Once the anger is acknowledged and behavior limits are set, the child may discuss the reasons for the anger. All other options do not address the child's feelings. Reference: Pillitteri, A. Maternal and Child Health Nursing , 7th ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014, Chapter 35: Communication and Teaching with Children and Families, pp. 1011-1012. Chapter 35: Communication and Teaching With Children and Families - Page 1011-1012 Question 2 See full question When developing a teaching plan for a child, what must the nurse assess first? You Selected: Level of knowledge and ability and motivation to learn Correct response: Level of knowledge and ability and motivation to learn Explanation:
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Chapter 35 Level of knowledge and ability and motivation to learn must be assessed before a teaching plan can be developed. The number of siblings, preferred games, and peer support may be helpful to know after the plan is developed, but they are not essential to know before the plan is created. Reference: Pillitteri, A. Maternal and Child Health Nursing , 7th ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014, Chapter 35: Communication and Teaching with Children and Families, p. 1017. Chapter 35: Communication and Teaching With Children and Families - Page 1017 Question 3 See full question Which teaching strategy would be most effective for a 7-year-old who is learning how to check blood sugars? You Selected: Re-demonstration Correct response: Re-demonstration Explanation: Active participation facilitates learning. Checking blood sugars is a psychomotor skill that is best learned through demonstration followed by re-demonstration by the child. Lecture, role modeling, and book reading would not be the most effective methods. Reference: Pillitteri, A. Maternal and Child Health Nursing , 7th ed., Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014, Chapter 35: Communication and Teaching with Children and Families, p. 1019. Chapter 35: Communication and Teaching With Children and Families - Page 1019 Question 4 See full question
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Chapter 35 The nurse has given an adolescent a pamphlet about sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Which documentation by the nurse shows that the teaching has been effective? You Selected: Named two methods used to reduce the risk of STIs Correct response: Named two methods used to reduce the risk of STIs Explanation: This statement describes specific information contained in the pamphlet. All the other answers are generalized statements that do not demonstrate learning.
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