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Question 194 / 4 ptsOpen-ended questions provide primarily ________ data.exhaustivequantitativeconfirmatoryqualitativeIn order to collect qualitative data open-ended questions are asked.Question 204 / 4 ptsWhich type of reliability is the consistency of measurement of two or more raters?
AccuracyContentInterraterTest-retestWhen two or more raters are measured for consistency of data collection it is interrater reliability.Question 214 / 4 ptsAccording to Peterson et al (2014), what type of evidence is considered to be the strongest?Similar findings from individual replicated studies. Systematic reviews of Random Controlled Trials (RCTs).Findings from non-experimental research.Meta-synthesis of related qualitative studies.According to Peterson et al (2014), the type of evidence that is considered to be strongest is systematic reviews of RCTs.Question 22
4 / 4 ptsIn this example of a PICO question: “In elderly hospitalized patients, what is the effect ofhourly nursing rounds on reducing falls compared with the standard practice of bedside call lights and low bed positioning?” Hourly nursing rounds represent what element of the PICO format?C - comparisonI - interventionP- populationO - outcomeQuestion 234 / 4 ptsAccording to Makic et al (2014), which of these is NOTa role of the nurse in the prevention of venothromboembolism (VTE)?Providing early mobility / exercise for patient as indicated to reduce the risk of VTE.Assessing all patients on admission for risk factors related to the development of VTE.Ensuring that chemical and mechanical therapies are maintained to reduce the risk of VTE.Knowing the pharmacological recommendations for VTE prophylaxis for medical and surgical patients.
According to Makic et al (2014), it is NOT a role of the nurse to know the recommendations for VTE prophylaxis for medical and surgical patients in the prevention of venothromboembolism (VTE).Question 244 / 4 ptsAccording to Peterson et al (2014), in AACN's 2012 rating scale level system, grouping together A, B, and C levels of evidence would result inexperimental levels of evidence for practice.evidence-based recommendations for practice.expert opinion or manufacturer's recommendations for practice.non-experimental levels of evidence for practice.According to Peterson et al (2014), in AACN's 2012 rating scale level system, grouping together A, B, and C levels of evidence would result in evidence-based recommendations for practice.Question 254 / 4 ptsCronbach’s alpha is used to determine:internal consistency among items on a scale.equivalence of observations.triangulation of theories.stability of repeated measurement over time.
The statistical procedure used to examine the extent to which all items in an instrument consistently measure the construct is Cronbach’s alpha coefficient.Test-retest reliability determines the equivalence of items.Reliability is stable measurements over time.Triangulation is a term in qualitative research.