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28.This is the nurse’s third day of caring for a client who recently underwent a colectomy that resulted in a colostomy. Asthe nurse goes about the physical assessment, a discussion about spirituality develops. The client tells the nurse that hisreligion believes in a basic harmony between religion and science. You interpret this as which of the following groups?A)BuddhismB)Baha’i International CommunityC)MormonD)Jehovah’s WitnessAns: BFeedback:The Baha’i International Community believe in a basic harmony between religion and science. Jehovah’s Witnessesoppose the false teachings of other sects; opposition often extends to modern science, including medicine. Buddhistsbelieve in the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path. Mormons believe in divine healing through the laying onof hands.”29.Then nurse is caring for a female client today. As the nurse is giving the client her morning medications, she begins aconversation about her belief in a higher power. The nurse knows that this can be interpreted as which of the following?Choose all that apply.A)FaithB)SpiritualityC)ReligionTEST BANK FOR FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 9TH EDITION BY TAYLORTESTBANKWORLD.ORG
ND)GodE)AtheismAns:A, B, C, DFeedback:Spirituality is anything that pertains to a person’s relationship with a nonmaterial life force or higher power. An atheist isa person who denies the existence of a higher power. Faith generally refers to a confident belief in something for whichthere is no proof or material evidence, such as a higher power. God is defined as a higher power. Religion refers to anorganized system of beliefs about a higher power.30.Then nurse is caring for a hospice client who tells the nurse that she is worried about how she has treated a youngersister. She asks the nurse how to make things right. The nurse recognizes this as which of the following spiritual needs?A)MeaningB)ForgivenessC)PurposeD)LoveAns:BFeedback:According to Shelly and Fish (1988), there are three spiritual needs underlying all religious traditions and common to allpeople: (1) the need for meaning and purpose, (2) the need for love and relatedness, and (3) the need for forgiveness.31.The nurse’s client today informs her that he receives regular visits from a parish nurse, who helps him with his diet-controlled diabetes. The nurse is aware that parish nurses do which of the following? Choose all that apply.A)Provide medicine at no chargeB)Refer clients to appropriate resourcesC)Perform physical assessmentsD)Promote personal responsibility for healthE)Provide health educationAns:B, D, EFeedback:Parish nurses are not visiting nurses or home health nurses who provide direct bedside care. The key roles of the parishnurse are health educator, personal health counselor, referral agent, trainer of volunteers, developer of support groups,integrator of faith and health, and health advocate.

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