Module 5 Knowledge Check.docx - Question 1 4 4 pts A sample of 75 subjects was asked by a nurse researcher to participate in a study at an immunization

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Question 1 4 / 4 pts A sample of 75 subjects was asked by a nurse researcher to participate in a study at an immunization booth in the mall. What type of sampling method is the researcher using? Stratified random sampling Network sampling Systematic sampling Convenience sampling Because the sample was convenient and everyone was asked that came to the immunization booth, it is a convenience sample. Question 2 4 / 4 pts You are examining results that are comparing three different educational degrees in nursing (diploma, ADN, and BSN) to their reported levels of commitment to the profession. The researcher set the alpha level (the level of statistical significance) prior to the study at p< 0.05. Which of the findings below demonstrate statistical significance, based on the researcher's alpha level? A significant difference was found among diploma, associate degree, and baccalaureate graduates' scores ( r =.40, p = .001).
No decision can be made as to whether a significant difference was found among diploma, associate degree, and baccalaureate graduates' scores. A significant difference was found among diploma, associate degree, and baccalaureate graduates' scores ( r =.112, p = .24). Question 3 4 / 4 pts The level of significance usually set in nursing studies is at either: .05 or .01 0.5 or 0.1 .03 or .003 .005 or .001 Question 4 4 / 4 pts According to Makic et al (2014), which one of these is NOT an intervention suggested for critically ill patients and frequent turning and the prevention of skin breakdown? providing good skin care practices and nutritional support turning patients every two hours (or more frequently)
ensuring the provision of adequate staff and a turning schedule for each unit using of support surfaces therapies (specialty beds) for high risk patients According to Makic et al (2014), which one of these is NOT an intervention suggested for critically ill patients and frequent turning and the prevention of skin breakdown: ensuring the provision of adequate staff and a turning schedule for each unit. Question 5 4 / 4 pts Open-ended questions provide primarily ________ data. quantitative qualitative confirmatory exhaustive In order to collect qualitative data open-ended questions are asked. Question 6 4 / 4 pts
According to Makic et al (2014) what is the best way to confirm placement of a feeding tube when radiography is not available in a pediatric population? testing aspirate for presence of bilirubin and trypsin testing aspirate for concentration of pepsin detecting carbon dioxide using colometry or capnography testing aspirate for pH and color According to Makic et al (2014), the best way to confirm placement of a feeding tube when radiography is not available in a pediatric population is testing aspirate for pH and color.

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• Fall '16
• Denise Cauble
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