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Ch 3 Quiz Q&As - Chapter3Quiz PointsAwarded 7...

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Chapter 3 Quiz Points Awarded  7 Points Missed  0 Percentage  100% 1. One feature that distinguishes professions from occupations is that a profession: A. has members who are rarely motivated by altruism. B. has practitioners who often rely on intuition or trial and error. C. has a specialized body of knowledge that is transmitted via professional education. D. has little control over practice ethics or standards of practice. The correct answer is: a profession has a specialized body of knowledge that is transmitted via professional  education. Right  Points Earned: 1/1 Correct Answer:C Your Response:C 2. A nurse tells a peer, “I’m sick of being a low-paid drudge! I hate being a preceptor for new nurses, and I hate working  on that unit research project. I think I’ll go find a job outside of nursing.” The nurse who hears this can assess that the  nurse speaking is:
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