Exam 3 with Q&As

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A characteristic of the functional model of nursing care delivery is:  ~ care is fragmented and task oriented  A hospital organizational model where a authority and managerial responsibilities are divided by major types of service  such as cardiology and obstetrics is known as:  ~ service line model A nursing case manager requests a meeting with the nursing staff after discovering variances from critical pathways  related to timely discharge of hip replacement patients. Patients are not being discharged in time because they are  refusing their physical therapy as a result of poor pain control. Meeting with the staff to discuss potential improvement in  pain management is an example of:  ~ continuous quality improvement According to the nurses code of ethics, the nurses primary responsibility is to:  ~ the patient Bandura’s theory of self efficacy described people's response to health related behaviors.  A major premise to this theory  was?  ~ Believe in self as having the ability to improve health is important in changing health behaviors An overriding principle of Nightingale's writings on nursing dealt with which aspect of nursing?  ~ The relationship between patient, health, and environment As payment systems changed from retrospective payment prospect of payment, what factors related to nursing care  delivery complicated cost containment?  ~ Inability to determine the cost of nursing services As the United States becomes more ethnically diverse, what skill will become invaluable to practicing nurses?  ~ Cultural competency Dynamic balance between systems and their parts is called:  ~ homeostasis  Family structures have experienced change in the 2nd half of the 20th century. What is the most dramatic difference in  families today?  ~ Increased incidence of single parent families For data collection to be valid, what must occur?  ~ The tool must measure what is supposed to be measured Leininger’s theory uses the sunrise model. What is the major premise of her theory? 
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2010 for the course NURS 2300 taught by Professor Various during the Spring '10 term at Mid-America.

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