37.Which of the following statements best addresses how theory can guide and direct practice?a.Nursing theories will guide the way of relating with the person, and direct the goals of practice with the person.b.Research studies are the associated methods, procedures and empirical indicators that guide practice.c.Nursing theory is essential to the continuing evolution of the discipline of nursing.d.Nursing theories are required when an organization is applying for magnet status. 38.To implement a theory/conceptual model into practice, the nurse would identify the purpose of the practice, general nature of the practice problem, the setting of the practice, and the characteristics of participants in the practice. What would be the next step for the nurse?
39.Which theorist identifies carative factors as a value system, and faith-hope and sensitivity to self and others? 40.Which statement below best reflects Imogene King’s theory?a.The coping process responses constitute the outputs of the human??? adaptive system.b.A person is a system of behavior characterized by repetitive, predictable, and goal –directed behaviors that strive toward balance.c.Nursing goals are negotiated with the client and take into account both the client’s and the nurse’s perceptions.d.If nurses with special knowledge and skills communicate appropriate information to clients, mutual goal-setting and goal attainment will occur.41.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?42.According to Madeline Leininger, cultural care/accomodation/negotiation refers to actions or decisions that help a particular culture:a.retain and preserve care valuesb.adapt to or negotiate with others for satisfying healthcare outcomes.
c.change or modify behaviors affecting their lifestyles.d.work with each other to set up goals for improved health outcomes.
- Fall '17