Chapter 13 Post Test

Chapter 13 Post Test - Chapter 13 Post Test Radford,Cindy...

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Chapter 13 Post Test Radford,Cindy Submitted : 4/15/2011 9:00:10 PM Grade: 100.0% Attempt Number: 1 Questions Attempted: 30/30 1. The psychiatric forensic nurse assesses clients and provides evaluations for: a. Clien ts in jail. b. Clien ts in a foren sic hosp ital. c. Clien ts in priso n. d. Attor neys or the court . Grade: 1 User Responses: d.Attorneys or the court. Feedback: a. Rationale: The clients of psychiatric forensic nurses are attorneys or the court system. Correctional mental health nurses work with inmates housed in a jail, in a prison’s psychiatric unit, or in forensic psychiatric hospitals with persons adjudicated “not guilty by reason of insanity.” Cognitive Level: Analysis Nursing Process: Assessment Client Need: Safe, Effective Care Environment 1
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Chapter 13 Post Test Radford,Cindy Submitted : 4/15/2011 9:00:10 PM Grade: 100.0% Attempt Number: 1 Questions Attempted: 30/30 2. A person is accused of a crime and arrested by law enforcement. The forensic nurse is asked to testify to the defendant’s state of mind. In what capacity will the nurse testify? a. Fact witn ess b. Host age nego tiator c. Expe rt witn ess d. Profil er Grade: 1 User Responses: c.Expert witness Feedback: a. Rationale: An expert witness is recognized by the court as having a high level of skill or expertise in a designated area and qualified to render an opinion on a legal matter in court. Any registered nurse can be subpoenaed to court as a fact witness. A hostage negotiator addresses the mental state of the perpetrator and recommends appropriate negotiation strategies. Criminal profiling is an educated attempt to provide law enforcement with specific information on the type of individual who would have committed a certain crime after studying behavioral and psychological indicators left at a violent crime scene. Cognitive Level: Analysis Nursing Process: Assessment Client Need: Safe, Effective Care Environment 2
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Chapter 13 Post Test Radford,Cindy Submitted : 4/15/2011 9:00:10 PM Grade: 100.0% Attempt Number: 1 Questions Attempted: 30/30 3. When comparing forensic nursing practice with correctional mental health nursing practice, the nurse correctly identifies that the psychiatric forensic nurse: 3
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Chapter 13 Post Test Radford,Cindy Submitted : 4/15/2011 9:00:10 PM Grade: 100.0% Attempt Number: 1 Questions Attempted: 30/30 a. Focu ses on the clien t’s pres ent need s. b. Focu ses on the clien t’s past state of mind . c. Focu ses on 1:1 coun selin g. d. Focu ses on offeri ng medi catio n admi nistr ation . 4
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Chapter 13 Post Test Radford,Cindy Submitted : 4/15/2011 9:00:10 PM Grade: 100.0% Attempt Number: 1 Questions Attempted: 30/30 Grade: 1 User Responses: b.Focuses on the client’s past state of mind. Feedback:
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