51. The analysis of a theory or conceptual model includes examining the origins. Which would not be considered an aspect of origin of the theory/model? 52. The clinical manifestations of dyskinetic cerebral palsy include: Jerky uncontrolled and abrupt fine musculoskeletal movements 53. Which core competency incorporates assuming complex collaborative roles with stakeholders and communities?Leadership 54. A critical environmental element that affects the authority of advanced practice nurses to practice to their fullest/maximum scope, according to Hamric’s model, is: Health policy 55. For nursing to be considered a discipline, which statement is true?Context has considerable influence on the development of the knowledge base. 56. The APN wants to develop a community educational program for hypertension and stroke prevention. She recognizes that the individual’s lifestyle and pattern of behavior need to be addressed for the program to be successful. Which theory would be most appropriate to guide the program development? 57. When considering a theory for use in guiding practice, the APN should examine the Conceptual-Theoretical-Empirical (C-T-E) linkages by for which criteria?Specification adequacy 58. In septic shock, which mediators are anti-inflammatory?Interleukin (IL-4, IL-10, IL13) 59. The link between major depression and cortisol secretion is that individuals with depression: Show that persistently elevated plasma cortisol levels can result in inflammation that is believed to trigger depression. 60. Which three primary criteriafor advanced practice nursing are identified in Hamric’s Integrative Modelof Advanced Practice Nursing? 61. Which advance practice nursing was developed to facilitate delivery of high quality, patient-centered primary care? Certified nurse practitioner (CNP) 62. An adult-gerontology nurse practitioner is employed in a rural practice that is initiating a school- based primary healthcare program. All nurse practitioners in the practice are required to initiate preparations
to facilitate conducting patient visits in the new setting. Which role concepts best describes what the adult- gerontology nurse practitioner is experiencing? Role incongruity 63. A MSN student is noting challenges related to attending school while attempting to balance other work , family, and social responsibilities. Which of the following role concepts illustrates the MSN student’s experience? Role stress 64. A 24 year old female presents to the primary care office with complaints of dysuria. Urinalysis lab results indicated positive nitrites. The nurse practitioner plans to initiate antibiotic coverage for the most likely causative organism which is: Escherichia coli 65. Place the following four steps of APN core competency of evidence based practice in order. a. Critically appraise and extract evidence b. Formulate a measurable clinical question c. Review literature for relevant studies d. Implement useful findings in clinical decision making
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